Thursday, 19 February 2015

BUY THIS NOW: Kiko Cosmetics Mosaic Highlighter in 01 Future Light

This beautiful Kiko powder is part of their futuristic Generation Next collection, and it's a dead dupe for Guerlain's iconic Meteorites.  It contains gold, green, white and purple tones to even out and illuminate the skintone (like Meteorites) and gives an oh-so-subtle light reflecting glow - so much so that you'll need to enlarge the swatch above and squint to see it.  The effect on the face is subtle - not glittery, not shimmery, just pretty and glowing (like Meteorites).  Better yet, it costs a mere £14.90, compared to £37.50 for a tub of Meteorites pearls. Oh, and it's more portable.  Buy it now, immediately, from one of Kiko's stores or online at their website.  Seriously.  If you like glowing skin, you won't regret it.

Disclosure: PR sample

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  1. Every so often, you post a 'Buy This Now' that prompts me to do just that *g*. I do tend to forget about Kiko, my bad!

    The last time was for the Clarins Lip Oil, which I managed to get in the raspberry before it sold out everywhere, thanks to your post/review. Cheers for that as I love it.

  2. I saw this in store. It is nothing like the Meteorites. Besides, Meteorites come in many shades, so you can't really say one powder is like all of them. That said, it's a nice enough highlighter and the price is good, but on me it seemed to have a yellowy cast which none of my Meteorites have.

  3. I'm a big fan of Kiko and this looks intriguing! But is it meant as an all-over face powder to set makeup, or just to highlight small areas eg top of cheekbones?

    Rachel x

    1. It's technically a highlighter, but it's so subtle I've been using it as a glowing powder. I think you'd have to use a fair bit of it to get a highlighting effect on your cheekbones :)


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