Kiko Blush Cocoa Shock Palettes are on sale for $9.90 each at kikocosmetics.com today so, I thought, haul out the pictures!
I purchased these a few months ago when they were $18 each. Why, yes, I am kicking myself! I honestly don’t regret the purchase though.
Why? Because they are great for heavy handed peeps like me. These contain two shades of baked blush with a matte finish. They simply can’t be overdone. I’m really heavy with blush application. I mean my blog is filled with horror story face of the day photos where I have severe clown cheeks. This is my beauty blogging life, welcome to my wild and crazy world. I’m not exactly America’s Next Top Makeup Artist unfortunately. So yeah, formulas like this=Makeup God Sent.
These are soft, sheer but easy to build and honestly, I can go wild with them and never overdo the color on my cheeks no matter how much I apply. You gotta love that!
They were originally offered in four shade selections but Kiko has three on stick. For ten bucks, they are well worth a haul. They do have a very faint vanilla scent but don’t worry, it’s barely noticeable.
Go haul at kikocosmetics.com (Free Shipping for orders $15 or more). PS Use promo code HOLIDAY30 for an extra 30% Off any items that are not already on sale!
P.S. It’s New Year’s! Almost! I have a lot of mega plans going on for the New Year but if you’re sticking out at home and Netflixing and chilling your way into 2017 (You lucky dog! Nothing like sitting cuddled up with friends, family, and loved ones and watching a good show or movie during on the telly during the Holidays) you should totes look up the Living and the Dead. I watched it back in October on BBC America and was so sad they weren’t going in for a Season 2. It’s a supernatural period series that had has this brilliantly creepy atmosphere that isn’t over the top scary. A friend of mine recently watched, so, I was like, “Oh wow! I really need to recommend this to friends on the blog!”
Also, if you’re a film buff, go see Elle! OMG! I saw it last night and Isabelle Huppert was so good in it. I’m actually very partial to The Piano Teacher with her because I absolutely adore Benoît Magimel. I mean, putting Isabelle and Benoît in the same movie is like freaking fan girl overload for me. But I have to admit Elle might be my new fav film with her. It’s quite a compelling film.