JK Jemma Kidd

This week I went to a special little event over in West London with Jemma Kidd – a masterclass and general intro to the JK Jemma Kidd range. To be totally honest, whilst I was aware of the Jemma Kidd make-up range, I hadn’t realised there were actually two ranges. One – Jemma Kidd Make Up School is the slightly more ‘grown-up’ or professional and the JK range is younger, brighter and a bit more ‘fashiony’ colours.
Introduced to the range by Jemma Kidd herself, who talked us through her history in the beauty industry and then her head make-up artist (who is involved in the product creation for both Jemma Kidd ranges) started our masterclass. Starting with my favourite product I was shown on the evening – JK Jemma Kidd Mannequin Skin Complexion Enhancer – a gorgeous, glowing complexion primer. A very light primer, with a pearly shimmer running through it.

We also went through applying the JK Pro Finish Moisture Tint as a base, to be honest – I didn’t love this, it felt too light for me. I generally like lighter finish bases, but for some reason I didn’t love how this one sat on my skin. 

We also had a little look at some of the colour range – I love the peachy pink lipgloss, brighter on the skin that it looks in the tube. And then the new On Location palettes.
The swatches are from the neural palette (there’s a neutral and a bold palette). I loved the range of shades and mixture of cream and powder textures. I especially love the creamy pink shade of the blusher and the peachy pink shimmer eyeshadow.
Just for fun, here’s a few more shots of the JK collection  (I love the look of the mosaic blusher below the lip glosses in the top picture).
I really enjoyed the masterclass and it was great to discover the two ranges that come under the Jemma Kidd umbrella! In other news, I’m currently trying out the much-raved about Light As Air foundation… will report back soon!
The JK Jemma Kidd range is available from ASOS.

(Light As Air foundation as mentioned received as PR sample)


  1. 24hourprettypeople
    March 18, 2012 / 7:20 pm

    Just went on ASOS and The Mannequin Skin Perfector Kit looks like a good all-rounder for concealing imperfections – next shop I do it shall be mine! And I look forward to hearing what you think of the Light As Air Foundation as it does indeed seem to have had rave reviews…

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