I was immediately intrigued when I entered the store, a brand new display with their new Fall 2.0 collection, the packing is coated in a rich dark blue and golden finish gives a royal and chic vibe to it. I had a few items on my mind I wanted to find that day, a cream contour product and plumping lip gloss. I found what I was looking for in Kiko Milano Barcelona. (In Diagonal Mar Shopping)
This sculpting touch stick is not a new product but I was searching for one like these. They had 2 shades and other stick products such as highlighters and blushes but that’s not really what I was looking for, so I sticked with this product. I used it for the first time and I fell in love with cream contouring. It’s easy to use and blends perfectly with other products.
I enjoy the smooth consistency of this product has because it goes on so easy, it blends perfectly with my beautyblender and gives no hard strokes after worth. I recommend this product for you girls that loves to contour you feel like a makeup pro when you use this sculpting stick.
This mysterious product that everyone has many questions about. Is the eyeshadow really magnetic, or is this just marketing? I will test this product and answer all your questions. There are 6 different shades. See more on Kiko Milano website and the ingredient list if you really want to know what’s behind this magnetic eyeshadow.
Look at this precious product so special I never seen this before, It’s weird to the touch it’s so delicate and perfect. But what is it all about? The eyeshadow is one colour it looks like there are two shades but that are actually the magnetic dust that shows. Under need there is a magnet that holds the shadow in place and makes the waves in the product. When you feel the eyeshadow is fun to touch and feels weird, swatching the product is so stunning you don’t need much you can easily pack more product on for a full pigment.
I love reading your comment’s! What do you thing about magnetic eyeshadow? You can always ask question about these products I will answer as fast as I can.
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