Love these nail polishes. I am like a kid in a candy store when I go to one of their shops. I visit the Regent Street store in London and it has such a wide selection of just about every cosmetic you ever thought you wanted, and more besides. The prices are very good and they seem to have lots of reductions. I bought 5 nail polishes today and they cost me £2.50 each. Bargains. The colour spectrum on offer is wonderful. And they have lots of limited colours too. I have got a couple of their other polishes and they are good quality, apply well and last. I have no reason to believe that the ones I bought today won't be the same. I will be painting my toes the most gorgeous juicy raspberry shade with teeny gold flecks in it tonight. Sad to get quite so excited at my age but I don't get out much. Speaking of age, I do not fit the demographic of this shop, it is obviously aimed at a younger female, but they are welcoming and din't look askance when I walk in. There are lots of products to suit the more mature customer but quite a few to avoid too. The music is too loud though. I never thought I would ever say that!
lovee love love this polish! it's great... my favorite color is 287
Love the quality of the kiko polishes! The brush is wide, the formula is thick, I was able to apply without making a mess. The Polish is the perfect texture because it doesn't run into your cuticle.
I have the dark blue and I love it!
Would definitely purchase more shades if I lived in Europe! I got mine at the Florence store for super cheap!
super good quality
lasts up to 5 days
255 my favourite colour
Good formula and value. Five free. Color 372 is my favorite color from them.
Super cheap, come in ever colour imaginable and fantastic quality. I've never used high-end nail varnishes (eg: Nails Inc.) but Kiko are far better quality than pharmacy brands like Rimmel or Bourjois. Don't stain your nails too badly and not difficult to remove, despite lasting a long time.
I decided to try KIKO. Im all for Essie, Nail Inc and OPI so I was quite surprised by the price.
It is hit and miss, there are some which have amazing consistency and pigmentation but not all of them, I recommend them for the price, really cheap.
-Here I write from the best one IMO to the worst so lets begin...
Classic red 238 which has the best consistency, opaque after one coat, easy to paint with it and I can wear it up to a week (very long time for me).
Burgundy colour with gold little shimmer 245, consistency is great and easy to paint, opaque after 2 coats. It looks beautiful in the sun.
Minky taupe-y colour 320. Consistency is good, it needs 3 coats but the colour is really pretty.
Something more blue 389, more cold than 'Mint Candy Apple-Essie', loove the colour, quite runny comparing to the consistency of Essie, opaque after 2 coats.
I have light beige, cool toned 372, nice creamy consistency, need 2 coats, doesnt chip but gets gloopy quite fast.
Orange with shimmer 280, very runny, I have no idea how many coats it needs because after 3 I could still keep going...
I have a huge OPI collection but couldn't resist some of the Kiko colours when I was last in Germany.
I easily got 1 week of wear out of them which was impressive given how cheap they were. The only problem I had was adjusting to the skinny brush since I'm so used to the wider OPI ones.
I will definitely re-purchase.
Most of my nail polishes are from Kiko, since they are so inexpensive and the color range is above the charts. I do like them, but you definitely get what you pay for, since on my nails, with a base and an anti-chipping top coat, they never last more than 2 days without chipping. Nevertheless, for the price, they're well worth it and I'll definitely repurchase.
Kiko polishes are great because they aren't expensive and they come in dozens of colours. The quality is a bit average for a non-expensive polish but it lasts no more than two days.
Also, if your nails are frail, I suggest you not to wear these polishes all the time, take a break from time to time, because they really weaken your nails, after a continuous use I found my nails were flaking.