For those of you who have not heard of Eyeko, it's a London-based cosmetic company whose makeup line is influenced by Manga twist and Japanese flavor.
Eyeko Beauty has been featured heavily in many international titles including Vogue, InStyle, Cosmopolitan, Glamour, OK! and Allure.
It's all start of with their famous Eyeko Cream3-in-1(which is still be their No.1 seller), it can be used as Moisturizer, Highlighter and Eye Cream. Infused with skin perfecting light reflectors and antioxidant Vitamins A& E plus a Vitamin C boost for a radiant, clear complexion. Now they came out with the new version of the cream which is called Eyeko Tinted Cream. "For radiant skin and a sun kissed glow try NEW Eyeko 3-in-1 Tinted Cream. Treat skin to the same luxuriously whipped texture made with super hydrating Jojoba boosted with antioxidants Vitamins A & E plus Vitamin C for a luminous finish as our No.1 bestseller Eyeko Cream." I also love how cute their Eye Beauty Eye Shadows are, they come in lovely pans with 3 different types,
And here is my favorite....NAIL POLISHES !! aren't they adorable?
The price is VERY REASONABLE, for Nail Polishes it's only £3.00 which is around $5. Eye shadows, Tinted Cream and Eyeko Cream are all £5.00 which is around $8.
Now, here's the best part, they're FREE SHIPPING all over the world on every order.
Yes, you read it right....free shipping to wherever you are, and if you put a code E240 during checkout, you will get a FREE PRODUCT on every order you make.
So go check out Eyeko website here and don't forget to mention the code : ) Happy Shopping, ladies !!!
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