Today I'm going to show you a wonderful nail polish from Kiko, a brand we can't get here in the U.S. The lovely M over at Criminal Nails and I had an awesome swapping experience. Apparently the prices of OPI and China Glaze are out of control in Europe, and I'm always drooling at swatches of Catrice, P2, Anny and Kiko, so I think we are grateful to have become swapping buddies!
Here is Kiko, number 374, a dark blackened brown shimmer. Gorgeous color and gorgeous formula to match. If you can be consistent at painting each nail with a thick coat, this could be a one coater.... but I'm not, so this is two coats. You can't tell, but my pinky and ring fingers are one coat. Kiko is made in France, by the way; it's nice to see something not made in China for once, not that I expected it to be.... anyhow.
Below is what M chose for me, she has really good taste. Kiko 374, 363, 362, 300.
Before you leave today, I urge you to go and check out Criminal Nails! M is brutally honest and her designs are bold. By day, she's a lawyer, and in her off time, I think she's kind of a misfit. I have a feeling if she lived in America she would drive a Mustang and have a Harley in the garage. She makes it a point not to be an advertising machine for nail polish manufacturers and showcases her style and shares her ideas. I can truly appreciate that and find it refreshing.
Well, that's it for today. Thanks for stopping by!