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BEAUTY | LookFantastic August beauty box!

Look Fantastic August beauty box is here!! Lets delve right in...



I literally squealed when i opened this box *my boyf can vouch for me on that one* {crazy side eyes were given} when  i saw the RIMMEL mascara i breathed a sigh of relief that i now didnt have to go out and buy a new mascara! Then came the shimmer dust, which is so big in the beauty industry right now with all the strobing going on. Even though i have only had 2 boxes this is my fave, and i cant just tell they are going to get better and better each and everytime ♥



 EVE LOM CLEANER 
This cleanser comes with a muslin cloth which is supposed to help open up the pores deeper and sort of steam the face, must say the cleanser is wonderful. Left my skin feeling smooooooth as.

 

OMOROVICZA QUEEN OF HUNGARY MIST
If it is fit for a queen the it is fit for me ♥ this little spritzer is perfect to wake you up and leave you feeling refreshed.




CAVIAR CC CREAM
A leave in conditoner or to add to dry hair to tame those wild hairs and give it that finished look. Probably my favourite productive in this box as it made my split ends seem like they wasnt there! Perfect little hair rescue.


BEAUTY WORKS 10-IN-1 MIRACLE SPRAY
Detangled the life out of my hair, my hair atm is in the worst condition and this saved my hair. I used this in tune with the CC caviar cream and my hair felt so nourished and new and when i brushed it there were no knots! 




 RIMMEL WAKE ME UP MASCARA
Uplifted lashes with this beauty

BELLAPIERRE SHIMMER POWDER
This little pot i hear is recommended by make up artists and dermatologists (100% hypoallergenic) as it doesnt smear or crease and  guess doesnt fade as quick as some other brands would. A little pot of unicorn glitter ♥


Next month is the beauty box's 1st birthday so i cant imagine what treats are coming 
:-)

Much love,

Sarah
XOXO

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