Allo polish Pals!
How are you doing today? I hope you are doing great! I just want to remind you that there are currently two giveaways running now – in case you missed this mornings post you can now enter to win a $15 from Born PrettyStore and of course do enter the nail art giveaway if you have not already.
This is a long post with lots of pretty pictures so please bare with me! Today I am showing you three beautiful polishes and a whole new line of nail art products from Kiko – exciting, yus, yus?
|Three Kiko polishes, four types of nail art stickers and Kiko's very awesome nail art brush set.|
|From left to right: Ruby, Colbalt Blue and Ribes Red.|
I'm not going to be doing an indepth review of these polishes today since I think we'll focus on the nail art (And they are not exclusive to the nail art collection) but I want to say this was my first ever experience using Kiko polishes. I have seen all your beautiful swatches and I was excited to try for myself. Needless to say from the pictures... I am impressed! The Power Pro polishes retail for £/€4.90
Now, the next product(s) I'm going to show you is something I think is pretty darn cool! Also in their new art collection Kiko have added a set of four brushes that come in their own handy little metal case. The case is a beautiful shiny black tube with the Kiko logo and inside contains four great nail art tools including a fan brush, a dotting tool, a slim tipped angled brush and a small square tipped brush that I think would be great for one stroke manicures perhaps.
|The four piece proessional brush set retails for £/€ 12.90|
Shall we have a look at some of those pretty, pretty, shiny stickers?
|It's very easy to create a very cute manicure with minimal fuss! Sticker sets and glitter tape retail for £/€ 2.90|
I really like Kiko's nail art stickers. I think we can maybe all agree that nail art stickers can be a bit hit and miss and I also recall some of you previously mentioning that you didn't like the clear plastic around the stickers that can come lose and not stick flatly to the nails... Well luckily that isn't the case with these as are cut very neatly to the edge of the stickers so there is no extra unwanted outlines. I personally love the sheet with the stars and animals (crazy cat lady syndrome) but they are all fantastic.
Overall I think this is a really cute little nail art collection and I think it is great for those who are just starting out in nail art or even long time nail enthusiasts. The stickers are one of the best types of stickers I have tried. Doesn't the glitter tape look like a very beautiful touch for a Christmassy mani? The nail brush set would make a super cute gift or is even a great idea for travelling nail addicts.
Have you tried Kiko nail art? Do any of these products grab your attention?
Have a great day!