When Kylie Jenner released her lip kit, I was like every other girl out there desperate to try them. Kylie's promise of matte lips in her trademark nude shade got all us giddy with excitement so naturally they all sold out within minutes and ever since they've been like gold dust.
I managed to get my hands on Koko K which is a pink nude with a mauve undertone and not dissimilar to my natural lip colour so I find this was the best shade choice for my skintone. I was originally eyeing up Dolce K but as it's a darker nude, it would wash me out. Once I applied Koko K, the colour sets slightly darker than original application but I find this looks best on me and suits my complexion.
The lip liner is the most perfect match for the liquid lipstick, nothing annoys me more than trying to find a matching lip liner when applying lipstick so I really do like that the kits come with a matching liner. I have no complaints about the quality of the products, the lip liner is very pigmented, creamy and glides on effortlessly giving great colour payoff. I've found that I prefer these liners to Mac; liners I've purchased from Mac previously have been dry and chalky.
The liquid lipstick is in a sleek tube with a doe foot applicator which makes for a precise application; the product dries within 60 seconds maximum and the finish is super matte with no flaking, drying or smudging in sight. This stuff really packs its punch in longevity, even through eating and drinking it lasts hours, meaning the most I've ever had to reapply this during one day was once.
The lip kits are on the pricier side, retailing around £30 which I feel is good value for money as you are getting a high quality lip liner and liquid lipstick but if you are lucky enough to pick one of these up, you are stung with customs charges around £12. I'll leave that up to you to decide whether it's worth it...