Saturday, 7 September 2013

Kiko #343 Spring Greene - swatches and review

This wonderful green Kiko polish has quickly become one of my favorite greens! This was the base for my peacock nails I did a while ago. Click here to see them again.

You can't see the name of the Kiko polishes on their bottles, only the number, but if you go to their website you can look up their names. The name of this Kiko #343 is Spring Green and it's a bright medium green with a drop of blue in it. I've seen some bloggers call it a jelly but it gets opaque so I call it a creme. I might agree on a crelly because of the glossiness of it ;)



GOOD TO KNOW:

Type of polish: Creme.

Number of coats: Two.

Formula: Excellent! Perfect! No complaints at all.

Brush: Ok. Perhaps a bit soft and and straggly.

Top Coat: Yes. One coat. But it's very shiny even without a top coat.

Color accuracy in pictures: Quite accurate. It's a bit brighter live. Not dusky as my pictures show it. It was hard to capture the right shade of this beauty.

Grade: 5+/5

This is a gorgeous green polish with an excellent formula and good opacity.
I thought it might be a dupe to China Glaze Four Leaf Clover but it's not! Kiko is darker. So yes, I need both! ;)

How do you like Kiko #343?
What is your favorite green polish?

6 comments:

  1. Fiin.. skulle precis fråga om det är lik Four leaf clover också skrev du ju om det.. hihi
    Om skillnaden ändå är så pass stor så kanske en gradient med dem båda vore supersnyggt! :D

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  2. What a great color! I love it :)

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  3. den är en favorit för mig med!

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  4. I have it and also I have the impression that it's brighter in real life. You know, I've used it many times for my nail art creations, but I think I never showed the swatches on my blog... Maybe because I really bought it only for nail art, like grass, plants ecc... :-)

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  5. Ser jättefint ut! Har aldrig testat Kiko men det borde jag såklart.

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