LoveMeBeauty‘s monthly beauty box is an excuse to show off what an absolute bargain this subscription service is. I’ve done a few of these now and every time the ‘shop the edit‘ refreshes, I get a little excited…SO EXCITED.
This month’s subscription revolves mainly around skin care and can we just take a moment to appreciate how amazing the free makeup bag is. The glam life totally chose me. One of the perks for this subscription is the free makeup bag that comes with every beauty box. I have about 4 now and I don’t think I’ll ever get rid of any of them!
NIP + FAB Glycolic Fix Daily Cleansing Pads – RRP £12.95
This was a sample version of the product as it only contained around six cleansing pads. The pads are super thin and there was enough product on either side to cover the face completely. The pads are used after cleansing and it’s meant to tone the skin, giving a more radiant appearance. After a few uses, I certainly noticed a difference and I’m definitely going to buy the full sized product as I want to see the results over a longer period.
Rodial Dragon’s Blood Eye Masks – RRP £6.00
Another toning skin care product, Rodial is a brand that I’m aware of but I’ve never actually tried any of their products. They are definitely on the luxury end of the beauty scale, so perhaps that’s why I’ve not tried them out. These hydrating masks came gelled together which had me a little confused as a first timer. I wasn’t quite sure what bits were the protective films and which parts were the actual pad. Once I applied them though, they felt pretty good and the pads soaked into the skin and almost looked invisible. I didn’t notice any immediate results and if I’m being honest, there’s nothing really that noticeable 48 hours later so I’m not sure whether this is at all worth it.
EcoTools Recycled Retractable Kabuki Brush – RRP £12.99
The first subscription I received with LoveMeBeauty was a selection of EcoTools and since trying them, I’ve fallen in love with the collection. The brushes are so soft and they help with blending matte eyeshadows, baking under the eye with their mini sponges and blending foundation into the skin. I am hooked! This retractable kabuki brush is perfect for setting the makeup and buffing any foundation lines around the hair line and chin.
EcoTools Micro Blending Brush – RRP £4.99
The micro blending brush is supposed to be used for concealer and initially, I didn’t want to use it for my concealer as I thought it would just stick to the brush. However, it blends my concealer in so well that it’s just as effective as applying it with my finger and I use the exact same amount.
Would you use this beauty subscription? If so, be sure to use NATAL0723928 at the checkout on your first order to get 30 free credits!