I discovered the Look Incredible Deluxe Beauty Box back in August, and I have been blown away by the contents and readers which have purchased the boxes after reading my reviews have been equally wowed by the contents so I couldn’t wait to see what was inside the October box. The Look Incredible October Deluxe Beauty Box is in collaboration with Which Beauty Box UK, and I’m not typically a fan of collaborations with beauty boxes as collaborators tend to throw products into the box they’ve never mentioned before or used. However I follow Jaina and knew she wouldn’t have chosen anything below par so it was an exciting collaboration, and after seeing the contents, it’s definitely one of the best beauty box collaborations I’ve seen to date.
If you’re new to Look Incredible, they have two different beauty box options; the Look Incredible October Deluxe Beauty Box which is £35 and contains full sized products including those from highend brands, or there’s the standard box which is £18.99 which still contains brilliant products but they’re not as luxurious as the Deluxe Box but keep an eye on Jaina’s blog as she always features both boxes each month so you can see which products are includes. For me, the star of the show is definitely the Deluxe Box.
First up in the Look Incredible October Deluxe Beauty Box we have a 10ml Aromatherapy Associates Support Breathe Rollerball worth £16. I love Aromatherapy Associates as their oils are incredibly potent and effective, and the Support Breathe is absolutely amazing for when you have a cold or have issues with your sinuses as it helps to breathe deeply and relieve any congestion. This rollerball size is great for your handbag as you can use it on the go, and it’s really beautifully packaged just like all of the Aromatherapy Associates products.
I couldn’t quite believe my eyes when I spotted MAC within the box.. you never see MAC in beauty boxes, but sure enough we got the MAC Upward Lash Mascara worth £19. I’ve only ever tried one MAC Mascara which is the MAC Gigablack Lash Mascara, and this mascara is completely different as the wand looks a lot smaller but I’ve not opened it because I have a few mascaras on the go at the moment and I don’t want to waste anymore right now but I can’t wait to try it.
Then we have another item which made me excited.. the Too Faced Perfect Lips Lip Liner in the shade Perfect Pink (boxes will contain one of three shades) worth £15, which is a retractable lip liner. Perfect Pink is a gorgeous pinky mauve shade and I will definitely get a lot of wear out of it as I wear pinky nudes almost every day. I can’t believe Too Faced are in the box alongside MAC, it’s just amazing.
Next up is the Japonesque Makeup Setting Spray Aerosol Makeup Mist worth £23.80. I have only tried a couple of Japonesque products so far, but I’ve been impressed so far and I always like to set my makeup with a setting spray so I hope I like this one as I’m intrigued that it is an aerosol spray as I imagine it’d be really cooling upon the skin. It’s a good size too at 85ml, so I’ll cross my fingers it’s effective but the reviews online are very complimentary.
The last items in the box are two packs of the Neutrogena Makeup Remover Cleansing Towelettes; each containing seven wipes each, and each pack worth £2.51 with a combined value of £5.03 (and not the £10 value quoted on the card within the box). I don’t like using makeup wipes to remove my makeup, but I do use them for removing blog swatches so I’ll definitely use them for swatch removal. This mini pack size would be handy for travel as it’s nice and compact, and they have a lot of rave reviews on the Ulta website.
I think this might be my favourite box I’ve tried from Look Incredible in the last three months, with a value of £78 although the card says the contents are worth £90 but they’re not. However I still think £78 of products for £35 is still incredible and I cannot recommend this month’s box enough as it’s so, so good.
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