I didn't go too crazy on it but I bought a few 'key' items to try. Recently I'm on the hunt on good primers, despite having found my holy grail product - Becca Resurfacing Primer. Originally I was looking to get the Skin Glow moisturising cream but it was sold out on the day I shopped there. Instead, I was recommended to get the Instant Perfection Smoothening & Destressing fluid (£12.90)
It is used as a 'SOS' product on days when your skin feels dull and it helps to brighten up your skin, used as a primer. It contains tiny light-reflecting particles which makes this fluid looks a bit 'pearly' but it doesn't look shimmer on your skin when you apply it. It just helps to put the glow back to your skin.
|instant perfection fluid + foundation|
Next up in the line are two eye products. Precision eye pencil in #301 Matita Occhi, a dark brown colour. It is amazingly pigmented and so easy to draw a perfect line, as the name of the product suggests: precision! I'm totally devoted to eye liner pencil, meaning I can't use a liquid eyeliner. This pencil has become one of my recent favourite. It offers a foolproof finish, I can even say that it will be a perfect eyeliner pencil for any 'eyeliner virgin'! If you want to know how it looks on the eyes, please click here which I have done a post about this.
As I have painfully short eye lashes and even curling them doesn't make them look curlier or longer. I need external help. I came across this 30 days extension night treatment booster mascara. I have been using this every night as the last step of my skincare routine since 1 May. I shall report on it after I have completed the treatment round! So far, dare I say, I think it has made a difference, especially when I wear my normal mascara during the day I found my lashes longer?!
Then it has to been a purchase from the nail polish department. These nail polish only costs £2.50!
Surprisingly, they are of extremely high quality. The polish is substantial, it doesn't leave any streaks of lines on your nails. I put two coats on but you could easily slap just one coat on to get a sheer effect.
This colour is a very natural beige/ nude colour in #220. It has tiny shimmer within it and looks perfect on the nails.
Finally I picked up the most random thing from the shop - a glass nail file. I have always wanted one but they are often too expensive. This one only costs £2.50 and so far I have been enjoying filing my nails using this!
Are you tempted? Perhaps you want to pay a visit at Kiko in Westfield this bank holiday weekend? They are on the 1/F and there are loads of products in the shop. Staff are really friendly and you are guaranteed to have a lot of fun shopping in there, even just for a little browse! Kiko is opening a shop on Regent's Street soon and I will definitely be visiting and updating you guys about it!