Swatch: Kiko 03 (Fuchsia) pigment

I bought two Kiko pigments back in the winter days, because I really wanted to invest in a long - term relationship with my pigments. Pigments and mineral cosmetics is great for such a thing, because it doesn't go bad after time.. (if you use it correctly - that is NO water, etc next to them or on them). 

I don't know really who gives names to these eyeshadows but damn.... this color is not even close to fuchsia?! 

This is their official description:
Highly concentrated loose powder eyeshadow with pure pigments and pearls. 
Ultra-fine and perfectly blendable, the texture of Pigment Loose Eyeshadow allows for an extreme, full and intensely bright, one-of-a-kind colour release.
 A powder formulated with pure pigments and with the addition of highly sophisticated micro-pearls to accentuate the colour's luminosity with a high-visibility result. 
Each shade can be blended directly onto the eyelid or mixed with other shades to obtain a unique and personalized shade every time. 
Used in combination with the special Mixing Solution, Pigment Loose Eyeshadow improves its blendability, lid-adherence and colour brightness performance, increasing its hold beyond all expectations.

This eyeshadow is perfect for subtle pink eyes. If you mix it with their primer or apply it over Fyrinnae Pixie Epoxy you get amazing pigmentation. Alone, on a regular base is quite subtle. Enough to give your eyes a bit of color, if you like that :).

in direct light

I wore it in several ocassions and it is really nice. For the swatches I applied it directly over Fyrinnae Pixie epoxy. 

This is the picture that truly shows its beauty. It is wonderful and has micro glitter in it. 
Easy to apply, easy to blend, doesn't cause any problems. A great formula with a good color payoff. 

How it looks most of the time
I think it is really worth the price (about 5€ for 6g of product), because you get A LOT of a great product. 

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