Expect lots of Kiko love over the next few weeks. All standard polishes are £2.50 in the shop and online – and if you register, you get your first delivery free (min spend of £25) Well what can I say I am weak and ordered a few more polishes – but at £2.50 I filled a few gaps in my stash colour spectrum.
Up first is Kiko 389 Mint Milk, which was from my visit to Westfield and not the recent online haul. I was wrong about Kiko just being a number, on the web site they have simple names usually the colour but they are not on the bottle.
389 Mint Milk is a vivid mint creme. Its very bright, its vibrant. Its really pretty. This took 3 coats. First application was slightly streaky but it levels out on 2 and 3 is just for perfections sake. Topped with 1 coat of Poshe.
I simply stamped over this with the Dashica paisley design on SDP 39. I’m quite fond of this image! Using Konad white stamping polish and a coat of Poshe.
I have to say the wear on this was fantastic. I wore this design for 3 days which is a long time for any polish to stay on my nails and it showed no chipping and next to little tip wear.
Next is Kiko 314 Cyan which is a Cyan cream. Anyway application was again good, thin but easy to apply but it goes on slightly sheer but still only took 3 coats.
This is stamped with Nail Craze plate NC03 (delivery was sooooo quick from Israel to the UK btw!) And I can see why there is so much love for the Nail Craze plate, just look at the detail and how sharp that image is. I used Konad white stamping polish and 1 coat of Poshe. I can’t wait to use plate NC01 with the dandelion flower image… just have to decide which Kiko to use as a base 😉