Kiko Nail Lacquer

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Kiko Nail Lacquer

I took advantage of a recent sale at Kiko to purchase these three nail polishes. All nail polishes were on sale for 1€ each so I simply did not think about it much.

I’ve been in a teal-aqua-blue loving phase so I ended picking two gorgeous shimmery shades and a basic black.

 

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Kiko Nail Lacquer in 298, 530 and 275

Each nail polish bottle contains 11mL so I couldn’t be happier with the price-quality ratio. On my nails these nail polishes last up to 4 or 5 days whithout chipping (with a coat of Seche Vite as I always do).

It is very easy to be weak and pick up one of these inexpensive nail polishes, specially when the range of shades is so big that you will always find something that will look nice for that do or event.

298 looks greenish aqua colour in the bottle but it applies as a sheer base with only a hint of that colour with aqua shimmer.

530 is a gorgeous electric blue nail polish with teal and golden shimmer. This one is completely opaque in two coats though it is true that it is not as dark as it appears in the bottle.

275 is your garden variety black. It is opaque and has a shiny finish.

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Kiko 298 over 275

 

I tried applying 298 over 275 above and the result is a more intense and dark version of 530!

What do your nails look like at the moment? Have you tried any of the Kiko nail polishes? I think I am going to paint mine with 530!

 

5 thoughts on “Kiko Nail Lacquer

  1. I want them all !
    I’m running to my Kiko Store !! x)
    Actually, I love those nail polishes ! I love blue and the price is so sweet.
    Thank you for this great article ! And blending 298 and 275 is an amazing idea.

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