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Monday, July 3, 2017

In Love with the KOKO

Khloe Kardashian is hands down my favorite Kardashian. Her work ethic, her fitness evolution, and her dedication are just a few of my absolute favorite things about her along with her being absolutely GORGEOUS!

I recently came across a discount code for Khloe's KOKO collection and figured I'd pull the trigger and pick up a pack for myself and test it out. I sure was NOT disappointed! Check out my review below and let me know what you think! Don't forget, you can share your thoughts with me on Instagram too by using my hashtag! #TheModernIndian 

The set of 4 is called: "In Love With the KoKo" and comes in a average box (not too impressed here). There are 3 matte lippies and 1 gloss shade. The entire pack is priced at $40.00 and can not be purchased individually. Either you buy all 4 or hope your girlfriend doesn't want one shade and sends it your way…

The 4 colors are: Bunny, Baby Girl, Doll, and Sugar Plum. (In order with my swatches)
In order from Left to Right

In order from Top to Bottom

To me the packaging on the outside was mediocre. The packaging of the tubes itself was really cute, fun, and flirty! They each match the color of the lettering on the outside of the box and each tube gives you a glimpse into the colors. The size of each tube is 0.11 oz. making them perfect for travel! 

Aside from the packaging, my absolute favorite part of this set is the quality! Check out the long lasting quality of the matte shades! 

This is after just ONE thorough wash with Neutrogena's Makeup remover

This is after FIVE thorough washes with the Neutrogena Makeup remover
The fact that I had to scrub multiple times and the product still has not worn off was a win in my book. Each of these tubes smell delicious, look beautiful, and are long, long lasting! KoKo definitely won in my book! 

Purchase your KoKo kit here!

I can't wait to see your swatches and see what you think! Comment below and let me know!


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