February 22, 2016

Kiko The Artist Collection for Spring 2016

kiko the artist collection

The Kiko The Artist Collection for Spring 2016 is a new makeup collection inspired by the world of art with a selection cheerful, bubbly shades of colors for face, eyes, and lips!

Take a look!

Kiko Blooming Glow Revitalizing Face Serum $19
Revitalizing facial serum with vitamin PP, A and E microspheres to give the skin a boost of moisture, evenness and luminosity.

Kiko Artist Pochette $10
An extra large makeup pouch for storing all your Kiko essentials!

Kiko Artist Eye Brush Duo $13
A duo eyeshadow brush with one flat tip for shadow application and a rounded, bushier applicator for blending!

Kiko Artist Foundation Face Brush $15
A long bristled, flat brush for applying liquid foundations.

Kiko Artist Powder Face Brush $15
A bushier brush for applying a sheer layer of powder to skin.

Kiko Colour Click Lipstick $8 (Available in 6 shades)
A creamy lipstick with an intense, radiant color payoff and a high sheen finish.

Kiko Fine Art Lip Pencil $6 (Available in 6 shades)
A creamy lip liner to sculpt and define lips.

Kiko Artist Stroke Mineral Loose Eyeshadow $8 (Available in 6 shades)
Loose powder shadow with an intense and shiny finish.

Kiko Signature Eyemarker $8
A long wearing eyeliner pen with a unique spatula tip that traces the outer eye area for a precise, thick line.

Kiko Fine Art Eye Pencil $7 (Available in 6 shades)
A creamy, easy glide eye pencil to define eyes.

Kiko Blending Wave Multicolor Blush $12 (Available in 4 shades)
A creamy two-toned blush that gives applies as a cream and sets as a powder.

Kiko Velvet Loose Mineral Beauty Powder $12 (Available in 4 shades)
A loose, illuminating mineral powder with silky formula that gives skin a touch of radiance.

Kiko Glowing Pearl Cushion Highlighter $10 (Available in 2 shades)
A fluid, water based illuminating pen with a soft cushion puff for application that provides a soft, pearly sheen on skin for an instant highlighting effect.

Kiko Glacial Light Soft Sifter Foundation $15 (Available in 6 shades)
A light, liquid textured powder that has a cool, refreshing feel which evens out skin tone and brightens the complexion.

The Kiko The Artist Collection for Spring 2016 is available now at kikocosmetics.com as well as in Kiko stores.

About the Muse

Isabella MuseIsabella is just an average everyday geeky girl who doesn’t blend her eyeshadow correctly, wears too much blush, and hopes she never finds her holy grail products because she likes the thrill of the chase so much. Her mission is to bring you super honest reviews on makeup, skincare, fragrance and all things beauty. She’s in no way an expert on the topic and she sure as hell isn’t a super model. But she’s passionate about makeup and is seeking like-minded individuals that like pina coladas, getting caught in the rain, and ones that enjoy spending hundreds of dollars at Sephora without feeling buyer’s remorse. If you’re that person feel free to reach out and leave a comment.

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  • chibi639

    Oooh! Not that I need any more makeup in my collection, but I so badly want to get the Kiko collection and the Estee Edit collection and compare them. #makeuphoarderlife

  • Lorraine

    Where is kiko available in the u.s? Is it only online? I think I remember reading that it was now available I just didn’t pay much attention BC I’d never heard of them but you’ve got me liking what I see!
    I’m just not likely to buy online without seeing in person. I still haven’t ordered from Colourpop for example even though I’m sure I’d like it.

    • Isabella Muse

      It is. They have a few stores located in the US now! Check there site for store locations, there’s a few right here in NY if you’re in NY!

  • Molli

    Have you tried any Kiko brushes, Muse? Or maybe heard anything about how they are quality-wise? I’m wondering if I should try some, the prices aren’t bad!

    • Isabella Muse

      I haven’t. I’ve tried a lot of the makeup but not their brushes! Sorry!

  • Robin

    My first Kiko order should be here tomorrow. The eye marker with the spatula thing sounds weird.

    Muse- the Walking Dead. Did any of ‘Sunday nights episode happen in the comics?!!!??? Will not say anymore in case you or others haven’t seen it, but wow!

    • Isabella Muse

      I didn’t see this week’s yet Robin but the entire Carl’s losing an eye is in the comics, although it plays out a bit more dramatically in the TV series versus the comics imho! Ron really had nothing at all to do with it so they kinda gave that aspect of it a twist. Now I hear something about sex on Twitter and I cringe to think that it might be between Michonne and Rick which I’m guessing is what happened (I’m trying to avoid spoilers since I haven’t watched yet but it proves impossible as social media just blasts everything out). If that happened, well, no, it did NOT happen in the comics. Rick and Michonne’s love affair is all about friendship not about sexual chemistry, friendship is the beauty and core of their relationship. Why writing them having sex into the TV series seems like a good idea it boggles my mind and I think ruins their friendship aspect but hey, who knows, maybe it’ll work. They killed off Tyreese before anything was able to even develop between Michonne and him. The fact that she and Rick had sex at this point makes me wonder how they are able to bring Ezekiel into the TV series (but on some levels on feel like Deanna Monroe was the Ezekiel of the tv series so maybe they won’t even bother introducing the Kimgdom community and Ezekiel into the tv series) I mean are they going for a love triangle there at some point when Ezekiel finally is introduced? Yeah, ok, so lots going on 🙂 I’m hoping I’m wrong about the sex thing but if it happened on the tv series just know it DIDN’T happen in the comic 😉

  • Lupe Altamirano

    Is it better to
    apply the glacial light soft sifter liquid foundation with a beauty blender or a flat foundation brush? Thank you