Trying Out Some Kiko Eyeshadows

Kiko Eyeshadows 1004 2I’ve meant to do little Kiko spree for a while now.  There are so many reviews on beauty blogs of late and with it being so affordable and a haven for many a dupe, I was just waiting for my local store to be a bit empty as every time I pass by it is understandably rammed.  Although everything is so appealing, I decided to stick to some eyeshadows…I know I know, I could have gone wild but put an affordable price tag on something and I decide to become all reserved – how on earth does that work?!!

First up are two shimmers.  On the left below is the High Pigment Wet and Dry Eyeshadow in No.16 Metallic Rosy Beige, which as its name suggests is a subtle pink shimmer.  This is great for making the eyes pop especially when used as an inner corner highlight.  On the right is the Smart Colour Eyeshadow in No.2 Pearly Champagne.  This is more yellow toned so the two are the perfect nudes to have in my collection and are great as a base either on their own or with a deeper colour in the crease.  I also love the texture as they are smooth and buttery soft making application and blending a dream.

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The next two eyeshadows below make for the perfect crease colours or for use on the outer corners to create more depth and both are also from the High Pigment Wet and Dry Range.  On the left is No.47 Matte Light Brown.  I would say rather than light brown it’s more of a mid-brown colour – those subtleties do make all the difference and you can definitely build it up to create a deeper brown.  I also find it has a slight reddish tinge to it but nothing too obtrusive and for a matte it blends perfectly.

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On the right is No.80 Pearly Iridescent Brown.  This is matte in texture but with subtle reddish golden flecks running through it.  Sounds crazy but there’s no overly shimmery look when blended into the crease and the colour itself is more of a charcoal brown and cool-toned than No.47 which is on the warmer side.  I’ve yet to use the eyeshadows wet but I can only imagine that the pigment would be even stronger.

It took me a while to choose just these four as there are so many to choose from – around 91 in the High Pigment Wet and Dry Eyeshadows and 32 in the Smart Colour Eyeshadow range and whilst they don’t look like the most exciting of colours they are firm staples and exactly what I was after.  What’s more, at just £2.50 for the Smart Eyeshadow and £6.90 each for High Pigment Wet and Dry Eyeshadows you can’t really go wrong.

So have you tried these before and what Kiko recommendations do you have?  I’d love to know. x

  • I’ve tried a couple of Kiko eyeshadows before and loved the quality considering the affordable prices. Love the shades you picked out, right up my street x

    Beauty with charm

  • These all look lovely, definitely good staples, especially those crease shades!

    The Makeup Directory

  • I still need to try out Kiko. There is one near me, but it is always packed when I go in x

    Lily |

    • I know what you mean, the one nearest to me is always packed too – you can understand why though! x

  • Thanks so much. Defintely worth a visit I am sure you will end up with something from there – you can’t really go wrong and it’s pretty affordable too x

  • I haven’t tried their mascaras, thanks for the recommendation x

  • They sounds really good for their price. I haven’t tried them yet but would love to try.

  • The no.47 matte light brown is just gorgeous! Such a perfect crease shade. I’ve actually never tried Kiko products before (they are insanely difficult to get over here) but I definitely would love to try some of their shadows. Your pictures are just stunning too, so detailed and well thought out! Thanks for sharing, have a great day!

    xxxx from Emily //

    • Thanks for your kind words. That’s a shame you can’t get Kiko do easily where you are, they do soe amazing products. x

  • I love the eyeshadows that you picked! The light shades are so gorgeous!

  • Thank you – I must admit it does take me a while but I thoroughly enjoy it and if appreciated by others then it’s time well spent! I think you are right i should try the pearly champagne as a highlight too x

    • Sinéad Danielle ✿

      Aw I can imagine it’s time consuming! But it definitely pays off – your photos are always a pleasure to see xx

  • Shelise Saddul

    I LOVE Kiko make up, especially there eye shadows. I don’t buy it often but when I go Westfield I always have a quick browse, I don’t have these eye shadows but I bought one a few weeks ago that’s half gold half bronze its amazing x

    S x

  • I really love the Kiko Wet & Dry shadows, they’re amazing xx

  • I love the Kiko Water Shadows I think they are called, I have the shade 208 also their lipsticks and cream eyeshadow sticks are gorgeous and I have heard great things about their Second Skin foundation. Such a good brand, thanks for sharing xxx

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  • Total bargains! I only ever hear amazing things about Kiko but they don’t have any stores in Ireland, sadly! xx


    • Ahh that”s a shame – you need to make a trip down to London then xx