Kiko launched their second summer collection this week; their Lost in Amalfi collection, which is themed around everlasting Italian beauty. The Kiko Lost in Amalfi Jelly Highlighter is just one product within the collection, and are available in Kiko stores and on their website too.
Kiko Lost in Amalfi Jelly Highlighter Collection
The Kiko Unexpected Paradise collection launched back in June, and the Lost in Amalfi collection is their August summer collection. There’s three different shades within the Kiko Lost in Amalfi Jelly Highlighter Collection, and they’re £12.99 each.
The Kiko Lost in Amalfi Jelly Highlighter is described as being a radiant-finish gel highlighter for the face and body, and are designed for enhancing the complexion with a gentle luminescence, for an irresistible twist of glamour.
“A shower of light and freshness on the skin: as if by magic, the face and body shine with a sensual shimmer, enveloped in a pleasant feeling.“
The Kiko Lost in Amalfi Jelly Highlighter is available in three different shades;
- 01 Ray of Light
- 02 Coral Sky
- 03 Golden Cliff
AQUA (WATER/EAU), MICA, ISODECYL NEOPENTANOATE, CETYL ETHYLHEXANOATE, BUTYLENE GLYCOL, GLYCERIN, POLYSORBATE 60, GLYCERYL STEARATE, SORBITAN STEARATE, PEG-100 STEARATE, PEG-240/HDI COPOLYMER BIS-DECYLTETRADECETH-20 ETHER, HYDROXYACETOPHENONE, DIMETHICONE,1,2-HEXANEDIOL, CAPRYLYL GLYCOL,TIN OXIDE, MAGNESIUM STEARATE, POTASSIUM LAURATE, TOCOPHEROL, CI 77891 (TITANIUM DIOXIDE), CI 77491 (IRON OXIDES).
- Unscrew the cap and pick up a small amount of product with your fingertips.
- Apply the product as desired to the areas of the face you want to highlight, such as the cheekbones, eyebrow arch and Cupid’s bow.
Each of the three jelly highlighters are packaged within frosted glass jars, with metallic lids. The packaging looks super luxe and beautiful, and they look like they’d be a lot more expensive than their £12.99 price.
These swatches look insanely pigmented, and very metallic, but we obviously don’t know how concentrated they are. Nobody is going to apply a jelly highlighter this heavily, but regardless, they definitely look super pigmented, and it would be more helpful if Kiko gave more realistic swatches as nobody is going to wear their highlighter like this.