LUST HAVE IT – MARCH 2016 – REVIEW

I always look forward to the day the Lust Have It Women’s Beauty Box arrives each month as I love seeing what’s included for that month and hopefully be introduced to some new and exciting brands and products. This month, there were 5 products included, 4 of which were full size and they covered skincare, bodycare, cosmetics and tools!

For those of you unfamiliar with Lust Have It, Lust Have It is a monthly beauty subscription box with the inclusion of 5-6 deluxe sized beauty items, priced at only $19.95 a month but if you use the code ‘TRIED1’ you can receive $10 off your first box!

LUST HAVE IT – FEBRUARY 2016 – REVIEW WOMENS BEAUTY BOX SUBSCRIPTION BE A BOMBSHELL MECHANICAL EYELINER SEBAMED LIQUID FACE AND BODY WASH GLAZEL VISAGE MATTE EYESHADOW JERSEY SHORE COSMETICS WHOLE BODY BALM RUBY EYELINER S

I was happy to spot a makeup brush included this month as I love collecting tools. The Ruby Eye Liner Slanted Brush (subscribers received 1 of 4 eye brushes) is made with synthetic hair for applying liquid and cream eyeliners. The bristles are soft but stiff enough to use to allow for precision application and is actually a great size/shape to use when applying concealer around the lips to sharpen up the lip line!

The Be A Bombshell Mechanical Eyeliner was included this month and I received it in the shade ‘Radiance’ which is described as an eggplant purple. I am a fan of deep coloured liners (as opposed to the traditional black) as it is a little less harsh and more of a daytime shade, especially when worn on the waterline! While the brand has appeared in past boxes, the brand isn’t readily available in-stores/online and I appreciate the range of products being included!

A brand I’m unfamiliar with, the Sebamed Liquid Face and Body Wash is the deluxe sized inclusion this month and the product is adjusted to a pH level of 5.5 to look after your skin and prevent dehydration.

A Glazel Visage Single Matte Eyeshadow (in a range of shades) also featured in the box. While the purple isn’t a shade I would reach for often, it may work well as a base or to help blend out other shades.

The final product included was a full size Jersey Shore Cosmetics Anti Aging Whole Body Balm. The balm is formulated with certified organic and natural ingredients including jojoba oil and argan oil. I absolutely love multi-purpose products like this balm as it can be used on the hair, face, body, hands and feet and is a perfect handbag product!

 

What are your thoughts on this month’s bag?

tried and tested blogger

| Bloglovin’ | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram |

 

*This product was kindly provided. As with all my posts, it is 100% honest and of my own personal opinion. For more information, visit my Disclosure Policy.

Advertisements

9 responses to “LUST HAVE IT – MARCH 2016 – REVIEW

  1. I haven’t had a LHI bag in a long time as I felt they were sending the same sort of products all the time. This bag doesn’t look to bad and a bit of an improvement from when I last received one.

    • This bag included 4 brands I hadn’t heard of/tried so I was excited to be introduced to them! Some months are better than others but overall for the price and monthly send outs, they’re quite nice!

  2. I think this months box (my first and last) is terrible to be perfectly honest . The pink bag it came in is probably the only item of any use . I certainly wont be wearing the hideous green eyeshadow I received that’s for sure. Everything looks and feels cheap and I am bitterly disappointed as I really wanted to love this box but cannot see any value for my money so will be cancelling my subscription asap. I only paid $9.95 for my first box and I feel like even that was too much for what was received. I will stick to my UK subscription beauty box as it seems Australian beauty boxes are massively lacking in comparison .

  3. Did you also receive the $35 voucher for Hello Fresh this month? I found it to be such an odd inclusion.

Leave a Comment

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s