Kiko's latest limited edition collection is entitled Daring Game, and to me it's basically Bond-Girl-in-Casino-Royale in a box. It's a fairly hefty collection, with 11 products in a wide variety of shades, from eyeshadow to blush to nail polish to eyeliner. There's even a face serum in there - weird, but I guess even Bond Girls need a pick me up after a night on the cards.
Anyway - here we have the Daring Game Face Brush, and the Golden Game Sculpting Bronzer. The premise is that the heart shaped, dual-fibre brush helps you to apply the multi-toned bronzer and highlighter easily, for a sculpted look in a jiffy.
The bronzer/highlighter palette is encased in white plastic embossed with a Rorschach-inkblot like design. I have no idea what it is. If you do, let me know. Despite the embossing, the palette feels very light and a bit flimsy in the hand.
The product itself is also embossed, and contains two distinct pans - one for the highlighter, which is a pale champagne colour in the Radiant Honey colourway, and one for the bronzer, which is a two tone warm beige.
|What, don't you apply foundation, lipstick and bronzer on a Sunday, leaving your eyes and brows completely bare? No?|
I'd be very, very much in love with this product if it wasn't too warm for my skintone - I find that Kiko bronzers tend to be a warmer, more golden tone than my skin can take. If you're warmer toned, though, this is a very easy, affordable way to master the contour trend with minimal effort - both products are £15.90, which is reasonable for the quality and ease of application. Find the brush and the palette at Kiko stores or online at their website.
Disclosure: PR samples
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