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As I mentioned on Monday I was lucky enough to scoop up a few polishes from a blog sale – 5 kikos for £8 including postage and they’re barely used. Amazing deal – I can really recommend keeping your eyes open in the blogosphere and in facebook groups because there are some good deals to be had. I actually ordered without checking which colours I was getting – I received a bright blue, a bright pink, a bright yellow, two stunning glass fleck shimmers in purple and pink and a shimmery olive/yellow green. Kiko is a new brand for me although I have only heard good things about it; as far as I’m aware there is only a shop in London BUT you can order via their website although it might be worth clubbing together with a friend as there is a high minimum spend. I think these polishes are more readily available in Europe, so perhaps a brand to keep an eye out for when you’re on holiday!
It is this latter polish that I am sharing with you today, Kiko 390, which I think is called Light Green (the internet suggests it is a good dupe for Zoya Tracie). I am not a massive collector of greens but this one is really lovely and the silver shimmer just adds an extray dimension to the colour. The application was two very easy coats although this polish does have rather a strong smell but not bad enough that I will not be using it again! The sun was shining so I dabbed on some of my Born Pretty Store Glequins (in yellow and green) with a bit of clear topcoat to make a dragon scale inspired pair of accents. Quick, easy and oh so sparkly! I love the multitude of different colours that these glitters sparkle! If you want to get some exactly like mine click HERE and don’t forget to use my 10% discount code: XFL91
I braved the wilderness of the backgarden today rather than present you with bright purple fingers from lightbox pictures – hope you appreciate the things I do for you! The grass is slowly eating the lawnmower – I am not sure this is how it is supposed to work.