Thursday, 30 March 2017

Look Fantastic Beauty Box | March 2017


This month's Look Fantastic Beauty Box is another exciting one for me, mostly because it's an edit by Elle (aka, The Bible...) in celebration of powerful women, particularly paying homage to women in beauty! My kinda theme!



Each product in the box was founded by ladies who know what's up in the world of beauty, pushing boundaries to create products by women, for women! 


First up is the Pur Minerals Disappearing Act Concealer. I had a couple of products from this brand a few years ago and was obsessed with their rival concealer to the well-known Touche Eclat. This product promises to help hide dark circles (perfect for a gal on the go), blemishes and signs of redness. With the current state of my skin due to the terrible weather in Manchester, i'm definitely in need of a helping hand to cover up some of the blotchy redness I seem to have acquired!


Next up is a product I was never going to be able to resist, Caudalie's Vine Active 3 in 1 Moisturiser. I love Caudalie's products, so there's always a space in my skincare box for them. This one's a lightweight cream designed to add moisture, hydrate and deliver a natural glow. Perfect for the changing season! 



Lastly is the Starskin Eye Catcher Smoothing Coconut Bio-Cellulose Second Skin Eye Mask. I'm a sucker for a Starskin mask so it was so good opening the box to find this little baby in there. According to the beauty babes at Elle, eye masks are gonna be big this year, and it's no surprise why. I'm tired even thinking about being tired! These masks help reduce puffiness and fine lines - basically every working gal's go-to product when working away and travelling often. 



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