Months ago, and over quite a time period, I bought a load of Kiko Milano nail polishes in their awesome sale, for 75p each, which are mostly still available for £1. Kiko Milano is an Italian brand that was established in 1997. Their nail lacquers are Toluene, Camphor, DBP and Formaldehyde FREE and come in 11ml bottles. Today I’ll be sharing the reds and some of the pink shades! Please excuse the quality of some of the photos… Two weeks ago I dropped my phone, it cost £80 to fix the screen (cry), and now I feel like the camera is a little dodgy.
- Nail polish with hardening and strengthening action.
- The gel texture gives an extreme lacquered shine and an ideal level of fluidity for perfect control and great ease of application.
- Special resins facilitate ’adherence of the pigments to the ’nail, creating a strong, elastic layer which, thanks to the long wear active ingredients, heightens durability and the brilliance of the colour.
- Citral, a natural active ingredient with strengthening and hardening properties, seals and protects the nails creating an unscratchable armour of light.
Once again, I’m keeping descriptions to a minimum due to all the colours I have to share! and all of these are 2 coaters.
496 – Imperial PurpleThe last purple of the bunch! A lovely deep shade and one of my favourites to wear in autumn.
243 – Plum Red (no longer available online) A gorgeous deep red with a hint of pink.
226 – Rouge NoirAnother beautiful deep red!
286 – Purple RedNot sure how this is ‘purple red’ – I would describe this as a deep blood red. Another lovely colour for autumn.
240 – Apple Red (no longer available online)
A true bright, classic red.
239 – Vermillion RedAnother bright red but this one has a slightly more orange undertone to it.
238 – Martha Red And, yet another bright red which again, is slightly lighter.
362 – Poppy RedThis is looking quite pink here but is more of a red with a pink undertone IRL.
361 – Raspberry PinkVery similar to the last shade but definitely a bit pinker IRL!
363 – Cherry RedAs the name suggests this is a lovely cherry red which reminds me of the colour of Cherry Drops! Was anybody else obsessed with those sweets?
Make sure you read the other fours parts of this series (here)!