I am really excited this month as I’m revealing both of the Look Incredible Beauty Boxes for September and today I have the Look Incredible Standard Beauty Box September 2017 box to show you which features a cracking lineup yet again for just £25.
One of the top three questions I’m asked the most is “which beauty box would I recommend” and without a doubt the answer is always Look Incredible as they have two boxes to choose from each month and they only ever feature full size products which makes them so much better than the likes of Cohorted in my opinion as they always feature sample sizes. I think both the Standard and Deluxe Boxes this month are amazing, and read on to find out which gems are inside this month’s Standard box…
The first product within the Look Incredible Standard Beauty Box September 2017 box is the Ciaté Denim Manicure Set worth £12. I’m a big fan of the Ciaté Paint Pot nail polishes so I love the idea of this set as it contains a full size Paint Pot Polish which dries to give a denim effect to the nails, and the set also includes water decals and studs to give a real denim look to the nails. I’ve never seen anything like this before but it’s such a fun manicure idea and the polish alone is a really pretty shade even if you don’t use the studs or decals.
Next up we have a lip product with the bareMinerals Moxie Plumping Lipgloss in the shade Diva worth £17. I’ve got a few of the Moxie Glosses and I really like them as they do have a subtle plumping effect on the lips without burning or stinging and I don’t find them to be sticky either. Diva couldn’t be more of a perfect Autumnal shade as it’s a deep and intense berry which reminds me of a gloss version of MAC’s Rebel which looks a little more berry on the lips than the dark shade in the tube/bullet.
We have two face masks this month with the first being the Masque Bar Honey Sheet Mask worth £7.50. I’ve seen Masque Bar masks feature on many blogs but I’ve never actually tried any for myself so this is a very welcome addition to the box. It’s a sheet type essence mask which is a skin moisturising treatment blended with honey extract, collagen and vitamin E to nourish and hydrate the skin. I always find honey to be really effective for my dry and dehydrated skin so I’m going to save this for when my skin’s feeling particularly dry and in need of a boost.
The second face mask this month is a fabulous one; the Bliss Multi ‘Face’-eted All In One Anti-Aging Clay Mask worth £28 – £3 more than the box alone (although this exact mask retails for £35 on Feelunique so it’s worth £7 more than the quoted price on the box’s menu card which is even better). The description sounds amazing too so I’ll include it as it describes it a hell of a lot better than I ever could;
Bliss say; “The only flexible clay mask that helps correct all six visible signs of ageing – bliss multi-‘face’-eted. Spa-powered with smoothing quartz, 10% glycolic acid, nourishing jojoba oil and detoxifying carbon, bliss multi-‘face’-eted helps smooth the appearance of lines, even skin’s tone and texture, soften, brighten, and even shrink the look of pores. While other clay masks may dry and stress your skin, bliss multi-‘face’-eted is totally face friendly, staying moist and comfortably flexible.”
The final item within the Look Incredible Standard Beauty Box box is one of my favourites…. the Coastal Scents Fall Festival Palette worth £14.95. I have a decent collection of the Coastal Scents Shadow Pots Eyeshadows already and I really do rate them so I’m delighted to have another twelve to add to my collection. This palette contains an array of stunning fall appropriate jewel toned shadows in a mixture of matte and shimmers and they can all be depotted and moved around within the palette too which I appreciate as you can depot your favourites should you wish to.
So they are all of the products within this month’s Look Incredible Standard Beauty Box. I’d love to know your favourite?
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