For eyes, I used the KIKO Artist Stroke Mineral Loose Eyeshadow (£6.90), which is a really pale shade (01), ideal for the base. I wouldn't use this on its own, purely for the fact it is a super pale shade that doesn't do much for the lids in terms of colour. I really like the loose pigment formula though, and again, it's something that isn't currently in my stash. I am definitely going to go in-store and check out the brighter colours in the line-up.
One of my favourite items from the few that I've got is the KIKO Blending Wave Multicolor Blush (£10.90) in 03 Expressive Biscuit. This was another, that at first sight, I wasn't overly excited about due to it being a shade that I wouldn't usually go for. I have to hold my hands up and say that I was so wrong. I can see this becoming a staple for me during the warming months. It's a very warm terracotta and bronze two tone blush, which has a really lovely pigmented, and creamy texture. I got a bit heavy handed with this the first time I used it, but it blended out so easily. The KIKO Glowing Pearl Cushion Highlighter (£8.90), which is housed in a handy little pen with cushion applicator is also particularly nice and easy to use. I have the shade 01 Virtuous Gold, which is probably a little too golden for me, but it's light enough for a subtle sheen.