Kiko - Golden TiffanyHello! I hope you all are enjoying the last day of a great holiday weekend. I’ve gotta say I am really loving trying out these European brands. I had such a great experience with the first Kiko that I tried, Cornflower, I decided to try another!

Ladies (& gentlemen) allow me to introduce: Golden Tiffany. Golden Tiffany is from Kiko Cosmetic‘s Quick Dry line which comes in circular bottles. The brush is wide and easy to work with. The polish dried in a decent amount of time and to a really beautiful glossy finish. This polish is really quite stunning. I’d describe this polish as a pearly light blue/teal packed with golden shimmer. In artificial light, it leans more towards a seafoam green because the shimmer blends with the blue. No matter the lighting, it’s a gorgeous polish.

Application was pretty good! I used three coats, but had to add a 4th to one nail when I noticed a few bald spots. Uh oh! Since I didn’t get bald spots on all of my nails, I’ll go ahead and take the blame for that.

Worth mentioning… I follow Kiko Cosmetics on Instagram and they have some truly lovely products I’d love to try. How gorgeous are the multicolor blushes from Kiko’s Life in Rio Collection? I really love the packaging on these eyeshadow palettes! Too cute.

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Be kind.

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Kiko - Golden Tiffany

Kiko - Golden Tiffany

 

 

  1. tanguera says:

    SO very lovely!! Reminds me of Cinderella by Sinful, except with gold shimmer instead of pink shimmer… I much prefer this one, because as you say the gold gives the pale blue a warm tinge, kinda turning it into pale aqua, the color of my dreams! I think I can dupe this one with my existing stash, though… I have a dainty gold microshimmer in a clear base, and I think if I put it over SpaRitual’s “Heavenly,” it might be close enough for rock and roll. 🙂

    • Katie says:

      It’s super gorgeous! The reason I let it sit for a while is because I thought it would probably have to be used as a topper, but it’s stunning on it’s own!

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