Sicilian Notes Maxi Eyeshadow Palette ($25) PRODUCT INFO: 2 palettes: 01 - Valley of the Temples (shown) 02 - Sicilian Baroque Palette with 10 super-pigmented multi-finish eyeshadows: intense matte, metallic with extreme colour payoff, and sparkling pearly effect. It’s special because: 🖤 The ten shades of eyeshadow are intensely pigmented, have a fine, adhering texture and are easy to blend; 🖤 It allows infinite combinations of shades and effects to be created, from opaque matte to metallic and shiny; 🖤 Thanks to the integrated mirror, it's perfect for on-the-go touch-ups. 🖤 Dermatologically and ophthalmologically tested. Non-comedogenic. High-quality products, Made in Italy. Discover Sicilian Notes, the autumn collection from KIKO MILANO, and plunge into a new, exquisitely and unmistakeably Italian beauty dimension. Treat yourself to: MY THOUGHTS: This is the 2nd of 3 items from the Sicilian Notes Limited Edition Collection I bought from Kiko Milano. The shimmer shades are buttery with the exception of the cream shade which was a little chalky. The matte shades are nice. Not the most pigmented I’ve used BUT the blend and build up quite well. Is it worth the price? For me, it was because I love to collect beautiful makeup. Swipe left to see more of the packaging and swatches.
KIKO-Sicilian Notes Maxi Eyeshadow Palette
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