It’s almost time for us Brits to swatch, colour match and have a play with the long awaited Kat Von D products in store, but for those who can’t wait it has just launched online on Debenhams!
The reasonably priced range was created by Kat herself for her love of makeup and art, and need for a 100% cruelty free brand, with a luxury and professional look. She takes her inspiration from her own art and people who inspire her from day to day life.
Her range includes brushes, palettes, lipsticks, foundations and much more!
Read further to see what I’m excited about and my current favourites, and see how you can meet Kat Von D in London!
One thing I am absolutely buzzing to try is her Lock It foundation. Full coverage and lasts up to 24 hours. I’m hoping it will be perfect for my oily nose, I have tried everything but thanks to my glasses and oil build up foundation never stays on that area! I’ll have to try it when it hits store as I’m such an odd colour I’ll need a colour match.
Her lipsticks are to die for, the packaging is enthralling and timeless, and formulas are insanely long lasting, especially with the Everlasting Liquid Lipsticks. The Studded Kiss formula is creamy and again, packaging is iconic and would be perfect to add a touch of classic goth to your dresser. In the Everlasting Liquid Lipsticks, you’ve all heard about Lolita by now, and it is a must have for any look, and Studded Kiss you have an insane 39 shades to choose from, with one of my favourites being Bahau5.
Of course other iconic products from her range include many bloggers and artists favourite, the Shade and Light Palette which is a perfectly cool tonned palette for any pale, light, and medium and deep toned skin, and the accompanying Shade and Light eye shadow palette, which I personally would use all around the face.
There is also a chance to meet Kat Von D at her counter in London on October 8th 2016. It’ll be a great opportunity for any fan to meet Kat, ask her questions about her counter and have a go at some of her best selling products!
If I lived nearer to London I’d love to have attended, so be sure to pop by if you are able to!