Saturday, 30 April 2016

April Favourites

It's a good one this month with beauty, skincare, fashion, books, games and chocolate!


NYX Liquid Suede in Soft Spoken

Now, I love a matte lipstick, and I've been sceptical for some time despite the rave reviews about liquid lipsticks that dry to a matte finish but oh my god I am eating my words.  I'm in love with this lipstick.  It's the most beautiful nude with pink undertones that just looks gorgeous on. I wore this for an entire day without reapplying and it still looked great by evening.  It had worn away a little on the inside of the lips but that was hardly noticeable.  It was a little drying on my lips but no more so than hundreds of other bullet lipsticks.  I bought another shade of the Liquid Suede, Cherry Skies, but I'm still working up the courage to wear it as it is very dark on my pale skin!

Nuxe Creme Prodigieuse

Okay, so last month I talked about how much I loved Kiehl's Ultra Facial Cream and that it was the best moisturiser ever.  Well everything has changed after finally trying the sample of Nuxe's Creme Prodigieuse I received in the March My Little Box.  The is so unelievably moisturising and isn't too heavy on the skin.  I find that when I put it on in the morning, by evening, even after taking my makeup off, my skin is still not too dry.  It has improved the condition of my skin tenfold and I just bought a full size tube because I can't be without it.


TOPSHOP Boxy Turnback Cuff Knit Jumper
The more eagle eyed readers may recognised this from both my recent haul post, and it also feautured in a Lily Pebbles video (all of a sudden I feel like I have excellent taste, because holy shit Lily Pebbles)I absolutely adore this jumper and I've worn it at least 8 times since I bought it two weeks ago.  It's a gorgeous ivory colour that is actually really flattering despite my super pale skin, as it's a slightly warmer shade.  I live for 3/4 sleeves and although high necks aren't usually my thing (I'm usually all for getting my boobs out) this one is really lovely and doesn't make me look like I'm smuggling melons.  It's slightly cropped so I've been wearing it with high waisted jeans or skirts.  The jumper is boxy and the knit is quite light, so it's been great on warmer days as it's not too hot, and for those days when Spring just isn't happening it's perfect with a vest underneath.

Tony's Chocolonely Milk Chocolate with Caramel and Sea Salt

HOLY SHIT THIS CHOCOLATE BAR.  This is the best bar of chocolate I have ever eaten.  My Mother's Dutch colleague went home for a holiday and brought back a tonne of Dutch chocolate, one bar of which she generously passed on to me.  I had the orange Tony's Chocolonely, which is milk chocolate with caramel and sea salt and it was divine.  I have eaten a lot of chocolate over the years and this was definitly the best.  The chocolate is of excellet quality and the caramel and sea salt add a touch of crunch and the contrast of the salt enhances the sweetness; it's not too much or too little.  After a google to see if I could buy more asap I found out a bit more about Tony's Chocolonely and their company ethos.  They are fixed on being a 100% slave free unlike the vast majority of chocolate companies out there.  The cocoa and slavery problem was something I hadn't ever heard about, nor had I ever thought about my chocolate being made by slaves.  I can't stop thinking about it now.  The company ethos is even reflected in the chocolate itself, as the bar is made up of 25 unequal pieces, symbolising how the chocolate industry itself isn't fair.  I guess this could make it difficult to share out between people but with chocolate this good who's sharing?  Check out Tony's Chocolonely if you get chance.

The Sims 4

Ah, the Sims.  I recently rediscovered it and it has taken over my life.  I had most of the expansion packs for the Sims 2 and 3 and I have a horrible feeling that the Sims 4 is going to slowly drain my purse.  There's an expansion pack where you can actually go with the Sim to work! I'm pretty sure this is the first time eve that you've been able to do that and I'm hideously excited.  I've played the Sims 4 a fair amount now, but I still think I prefer the earlier incarnations.   Stay tuned and keep an eye on my Twitter to watch my slowly destroy my life with tiny pixelated people.

King Lear 

There's a post on the way about the Talawa Theatre's production of King Lear so I won't say too much here.  What I will say is that it was completely spellbinding.  I have never been so captivated or convinced by actors than in King Lear.  Don Warrington's performance as Lear is terrifying and heart breaking, and I want to see it all again.  The whole experience was one of darkness, both literal and metaphorical, as the madness of Lear spreads over the rest of the cast and infects the realm.  The best adaptation of a Shakespeare play I have ever seen.  King Lear is showing until the 7th of May in the Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester.

Illuminae by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff 

I've already talked a lot about Illuminae in its own post so I won't say too much here, but it was definitely my book of the month.  It's a fantastic read that doesn't reveal too much, leaving you in suspense and on the edge of your seat the entire time.  I read it in one sitting and highly recommend it!

I hope you enjoyed this one, but check out my March favourites (my very first post on this blog!) to see how much has changed.


Friday, 29 April 2016

The Nemesis Charm by Daniel Ingram-Brown*

The Nemesis Charm by Daniel Ingram-Brown is the second book in the Firebird Chronicles, and is due to be released on 27th May 2016. 

The Nemesis Charm's target audience is probably young teenagers but I still found it an enjoyable and easy read as an adult.  It follows the characters of Scoop and Fletcher in the fictional world of Mortale where they study as Apprentice Adventurers at Blotting's Academy.  Simultaneously we have Libby, a young girl in Leeds who is determined to continue her missing Mother's story; the story of Scoop, Fletcher and the Storyteller.  The real strengths of the book are in the world Ingram-Brown has created and in the characters of Fletcher and Scoop.  Fullstop Island and the Oceans of Rhyme are part of a rich tapestry of which we see only a little.  The world clearly has a great deal of depth to it, and we have only glimpsed the surface.  Hints of far off lands and traditions demonstrate the richness of the world, and I'm looking forward to learning more about it as the Firebird Chronicles continue.

Fletcher and Scoop themselves are well written, both with sufficient flaws and individual motivations that lend the story realism.  Libby is a wonderful character, as her grief is increasingly evident throughout the book.  She clings ever more tightly to the world of Fletcher and Scoop we begin to truly understand her loss and desperation, evoking real sympathy in the reader.

The book is slightly let down by the pacing, as although the plot is sound, it takes too long for anything much to happen, and then everything happens at once.  I enjoyed the sense of forboding that builds in the middle of the book, and heightens until the climax, but the ending itself was disappointing.  While several of the plotlines are clearly going to be tied up in the next book, which I have no problem with, what this book did wrap up felt very rushed.  A little more build up to the resolution would have been welcome; as it is, I was left thinking 'wait, was that it?'  

One of the best things about this book for me is the confusion between fact and fiction.  I couldn't quite tell for some time whether or not the world of Mortale was solely in the stories of Libby and her Mother, or whether it had gained a life of its own.  Libby is the source of this confusion, as she knows that she is writing the story, but Mortale and its inhabitants seem as real as Northern England; her fear that she is slowly losing her grip on reality is a constant worry

I haven't read the first book in the Firebird Chronicles, Rise of the Shadow Stealers, but I really want to.  There were lots of little references to it that I think would make my inevitable reread of The Nemesis Charm even more enjoyable.  I suspect that the finale that I was so disappointed in would have been better had I known more about the character involved, and I know they are a bigger character in the previous book.

If you like your stories with a dash of pirates, adventure and just a touch of blood magic (and who doesn't?) then you should definitely give this a read.

The Nemesis Charm will be available on the 27th May in both hardcopy and eBook.  There's also a launch event at Waterstones in Leeds.  If audiobooks are more your thing the first book in the series, Rise of the Shadow Stealers has just been released.  The author's website has details of all of the above. 

More book reviews:
Illuminae by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff
The Buried Giant by Kazuo Ishiguro
Uprooted by Naomi Novik

*I was asked by the author to review this book, but all opinions are 100% my own.

Wednesday, 27 April 2016

The Giant Edit of Homeware I Want But Can't Afford

So my sink is such that if you put a bar of soap down on it, the soap will very quickly just slide into the bowl.  This is extremely irritating, as I then have to put the soap on the counter, which then gets a gross soapy scum on it that I'm constantly cleaning.  As such, I am in need of a soap dish.  The following post is a result of my internet trawling for one, which somehow became this huge conglomeration of things that mostly are not soap dishes.  I present to you, The Giant Edit of Homeware I Want But Can't Afford.

Small Concrete Bowl with Gold Finish, reduced to £8.99///Silent Fox Rug, £498///Pineapple Taper Holder, £34///Koi Carp Cushion, £25///Harris Tweed Snuggler Sofa, £1649///John Lewis Precious Wall Mirror, £895///

 I don't think I've ever loved a sofa so much in my life, and equally, I will never be able to afford that sofa.  The rug is also stunning, but so unbelievably out of my price range.  Now the koi cushion?  I fell in love with it and I can actually afford it! Hurray! It reminds me of the two koi fish in Avatar: The Legend of Aang.  Did anybody else watch that when it was on tv? No? Okay then...

Mountain Pillow, £22.25///Big White Cloud Cushion, £42///Nova Rico Globe, £424///Peacock Mug, £12///Scalloped Glass Containers, £8-£20///Lirit Coffee Table, £1400///Petal Serving Board, £68///Denver Blossom Duvet Cover, £55-£85///

Look! I actually found a soap dish that I like! I'd have to get all of the matching containers though but I love cut glass and the colour is just so pretty.  Obviously I also need that cushion to bury my head in, and I've always wanted a globe.  Let me just go and fetch that spare £500 I have somewhere for one.

Curlew Lampshade, £79.95///Pirate Ship Table Lamp, $179///Gold Lined Lampshade in Midnight Blue, £40///Origami Fox Lamp, £36///Lotus Flower Table Lamp, £65///Lightbearer Table Lamp, £498///Memory Balloon Ceiling Light, £155///Retro Tulips Ceramic Table Lamp, £80///

Look I really like lamps okay?  I think my favourite is the Curlew lampshade because it's a little quirky but it wouldn't look super weird in my home.  The creepy hand lamp though? That's a bit odd even for me.  And who spends £500 on a lamp?!  It's weird but I sort of love it.

Flamingo Watering Can, £13.99///Knight Single Duvet, £49///Pug Salt and Pepper Shakers, £20///Poisson Tea Pot, £58///Egg and Soldiers Train, £12///Decorative Pig Plant Pot, £59///

If they had a double version of that knight duvet it would be on my bed right now.  The pug salt and pepper shakers I actually bought but for someone else!  The fish teapot scares me a little bit.  It looks slightly aggressive.  I still want it for all my fish themed tea parties that I definitely have.

So there you go!  A whole load of stuff that I really want but will almost certainly never own.  And after all that, I still don't own a soap dish.  

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Monday, 25 April 2016

April Haul!

A lot has happened of late in my life.  The fact that I quit my job is the most notable, as I don't yet have another one to replace it.  I decided to leave for a whole host of reasons I won't go into here (let me know if you'd be interested in more personal posts in future) and I basically decided that retail therapy was the way to cheer myself up - let's avoid thinking about the fact that I currently have no income to pay for said retail therapy.

Anyway, I spent a little too much money at Topshop, Boots, Urban Outfitters and ASOS, but at least you get to have a look at what I bought!

 TOPSHOP Boxy Turnback Cuff Knit, £34 /// Urban Outfitters Pom-Pom Hair Bobble Set, £10 /// Urban Outfitters Hexagon Hair Clip, £6 /// NYX Liquid Suede Cream Lipstick in Soft Spoken and Cherry Skies, £6.50 each /// ASOS Fine Wrapped Ring, £10 /// ASOS Weekday Agate Ring, £12 ///

NYX swatches from left to right are Soft Spoken and Cherry Skies.

If you enjoyed this one, check out my Mini MAC Haul from earlier this month!

Wednesday, 20 April 2016

Look Incredible April Beauty Box 2016

This is my first box from Look Incredible, which promises five full sized products in every box.  I'm quite impressed with what I've received this month, but I will write my initial reaction and final impressions after using them for a week or so.

Laura Geller Spackle Undereye Eye Primer - worth £20 

First Impressions: So my first reaction was oh dear god that typo, quickly followed by the realisation that spackle was a word, but isn't it something to do with plastering? Like polyfilla? I decided not dwell on the idea of plastering my eyes and instead actually look at the product.  Spackle is a primer for undereyes that is designed to hydrate and act as a pick-me-up for when you're knackered.  Infused with antioxidants and hyaluronic acid it is also anti-aging.  The applicator is typical of undereye primers, which I will admit I've never actually used before.  I've been considering getting something along these lines for a while as I feel my undereyes do get a bit tired and my typical moisturiser is too heavy.  Looking forward to trying this!

Final Impressions: I love it! It's really lovely and cooling and I really feel more awake after using it.  My eyes look a little brighter and definitely after applying makeup my under eyes felt much more comfortable than normal.  That sounds slightly strange but I often feel like my makeup can be a bit heavy on my undereyes.

SmashBox Blush Soft Light Duo - worth £15

First Impressions: The packaging is pretty uninspired but I really like the look of the colours.  I like using blusher as I'm pretty pale, and these two shades look like they'll compliment my skin tone quite well.

Final Impressions:  I actually quite like this blush/highlighter combo!  I've been wearing them both together and it gives a nice glow without being too pink.  Separately the highlighter is good, but I like my highlighters more on the creamy side than powder so I'll probably continue using this as just a blush.

L'Oreal Nutri-Gold Silky Day Cream - worth £13

First Impressions: I'm about 90% sure my Mum uses this. L'Oreal makes some big promises for Nutri-Gold, namely that after 4 weeks it should leave the skin 'intensely nourished, soft and silky'.  It uses calcium to rejuvenate the skin's protective barrier and white jasmine to strengthen the epidermis.  I may not be the best person to test this product as my skin is really very dry so I need products that really deliver on the moisture front, but I'll see how it goes!

Final Impressions:
Nutri-Gold promises to leave the skin feeling silky soft after 4 weeks, and I will reserve some judgment until 4 weeks have passed but after one week I'm just finding it okay.  I mean, it's a decent moisturiser, but it's not even close to as good as my Nuxe Creme Prodigieuse.  It does sit nicely under makeup, and I'll definitely use up the pot, but my extremely dry skin just needs that bit extra I'm afraid.  I'll update this post in a few more weeks and let you know if anything has changed!

Urban Decay Super Saturated Lip Colour - worth £14

First Impressions:  I love my Clinique chubby stick and love the convenience of Lip Colours in pencil form, but had no idea Urban Decay did some! In all honesty, I'm pretty blind to Urban Decay just because I get distracted by the eyeshadow palettes (as I think we all do) but I'll be looking into their wider range after discovering these!  I like the look of the packaging; plain and simple but pretty, but I have some reservations about the colour.  It looks a little pale for me!

Final Impressions:  I love the formula of this Lip Colour Pencil as it's really moisturising and sits comfortably on the lips.  The colour though, is just not me.  It's a paler pink than my lips and just looks unnatural and unflattering on me.  I have since given it to a friend who loves it, but I will be looking into the other colours as I liked how it felt, if not how it looked!

Velvet 59 My Fair Lashes Mascara - worth £19.99

First Impressions:  Velvet 59 is a new brand for me, and I'm very happy to receive a mascara as I get through loads of them and am always on the look out for a new one, especially if it has a different shaped brush!  This mascara has a sort of ball at the end to get to the hard to reach lashes at the corners, which I'm pretty sure I've seen before and quite liked.  I'm looking forward to trying this out.

Final Impressions:  I've since read a few reviews of this mascara and fair number of people don't like it because they claim it doesn't actually do very much.  That's actually the very reason I love it!  It's fast drying and doesn't smudge, a black that isn't too intense and that's about it.  The vast majority of mascaras these days have lash lengthening fibres in them, which I just find annoying and clumpy.  The Velvet 59 mascara just does exactly what I want it to - it darkens my lashes and doesn't make a mess of it.  My lashes are already quite long and I don't want to turn them into creepy spider legs as some mascaras seem intent on doing.  I really like the My Fair Lashes mascara, but I have slightly different requirements from a mascara to most people, so I can see how they might be disappointed in it.

Overall, I am very glad that I subsribed to the Look Incredible Beauty Box and I can't wait for next month!  The box came to £81.99 worth of products which isn't bad for £18.99.  It is one of the more expensive boxes out there, but I definitely got my moneys' worth this month.


Monday, 18 April 2016

Illuminae by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff

I've had one eye on Illuminae for a while now, and finally decided to give it a go.  I've read a lot of dystopian YA books, and became a little bored of them some time ago, which was the reason for my initial hesitation.  Illuminae however is not a run-of-the-mill YA book.  It is a visual feast, and one which uses the methods of visual storytelling to enhance rather than just accompany the story.  

The book tells the story of Kady and Ezra, and how their entire world is destroyed when a corporation swoops in to destroy the illegal mining community in which they live.  The survivors are evacuated by government ships, but it becomes clear that BeiTech Industries, the initial aggressor is in hot pursuit.  The situation spirals out of control when one of the rescue ships is destroyed, seemingly by the enemy, although the rumours of a plague on the destroyed ship leads Kady to suspect that all may not be as it seems.  Kady digs deeper into the computer servers of the ships, seeking truth, while Ezra is gradually moving towards the front lines of battle as a fighter pilot.  Both of them face huge amounts of danger, and not all of it is from without.

Illuminae is told through a series of media, including interviews, narration of security footage, diary entries, IMs and similar methods.  While I thought I may have difficulties connecting with the characters, the methods instead leant them a sense of mystery; how much of what they tell each other is the truth?  The security footage could have been wooden and dull to read, but the events of the book meant there is rarely a quiet moment, and the narrator, the Illuminae group, is frequently entertaining and witty in their observations.  

In my opinion the characters do need a little work; Ezra seems a little two dimensional in particular, and Kady is perhaps a little too unrealistically capable at times.  The stand out character is definitely AIDAN, and that's all I can say on him without ruining the story!  Zhang is also brilliantly written, and overall any weaknesses in the characters are slight and covered for by the plot, which is engaging and exciting.

Illuminae is a fantastic read and this is another one that I read in one sitting!  I absolutely loved it, and I'm looking forward to Kaufman and Kristoff's next book in the series, Gemina.  Kady and Ezra are not the main characters in the next novel, so I'm hoping that the characters are a little more engaging.  Despite my problems with the characters, their relationship and the twists and turns that put them both at risk made me care about them a great deal.  The plot is brilliant, and the visual aspects of the book are beautiful.

You should read it.

Check out my review of Uprooted by Naomi Novik if you liked this one!  It's very different but it's another 'I-read-this-in-one-sitting-and-I-love-it-so-frickin-much' book.

For something a little calmer and more 'plumbing-the-depths-of-the-human-soul-and-oh-my-god-what-is-love?' try The Buried Giant by Kazuo Ishiguro.

Friday, 15 April 2016

Glasses Direct Home Trial

What you may not know about me is that I am as blind as the proverbial bat, and while I generally wear contact lenses, I also have glasses for lazy days.  I knew my eyesight had got worse, as I was seeing some double vision and blurriness and as I hadn't been tested in two years I headed to my local Specsavers for an up to date prescription.  If you're at all interested I'm -8.25 in my left eye and -6.5 in my right - which sucks.  I definitely needed some new glasses because I had the usual 'oh my god this is HD' reaction while being tested and realised just how bad my current vision was.  I looked at the Specsaver frames on offer but I didn't really fancy any of them so I went away and had a look online.  Glasses Direct has been at the back of my mind for a while after I saw an advert for them.  The advantage is that you can out up to 4 frames online that you like and they will send them out to you for free with plain glass lenses in to try for yourself.  Since I was in need of new glasses I thought I'd give them a go and you can see what their service is like!

The Trial Pack popped through my letter box two days after I ordered them, in this box.  I was really glad that they fitted through the post box as I never manage to be there at the right time for deliveries.

I ordered four pairs, all in either brown or tortoiseshell because I find that for glasses a neutral colour is best, and black is too harsh for me.  

From top to bottom are the Ray-Ban 5184-50 glasses in 'Dark Havana', London Retro Piccadilly glasses in 'Horn', Religion 24 glasses in 'Tortoise' and Scout Firework glasses in 'Brown Fade'.

While I like them all in the box, some of them definitely looked better on me than others!

The Ray-Bans!  Way too dark for me, and I felt that the shape was a little masculine for me.

Retro London's Piccadilly - although bigger than I'm used to, I actually really like these.  The colour isn't too dark and they were really comfortable.  The shape is perhaps a liiiittle bit hipster and I think I look like a nerd but I kind of like that.

Religion 24! About a million shades too dark, and the height of them means I lose my eyebrows completely.  Not a fan.

These were probably my second favourite as I liked the colour, but once again the shape and size of them meant my eyebrows disappeared.  They also kept sitting on my chubby cheeks when I smiled which I found irritating.

I then had to return my Trial Pack (you can keep them for up to 7 days) and then considered ordering another one to try different styles.  I instead decided to order the London Retro Piccadilly glasses with my prescription, plus high index lenses so they're not like milk bottle bottoms and an anti reflective coating because look at the reflections in those photos!  If you spend over £55 on your frame your second pair is free, but as I don't wear glasses much, I elected to only have one pair.  Instead of a free second pair you get 20% off, which is great for me because high index lenses are not cheap!

I'm currently waiting for my new glasses to arrive in the post and I'll add picture to this post once they arrive!  Overall, I think Glasses Direct is great and will definitely be using it again!

Pro-tip: When you get your eyes tested ask for your Pupillary Distance as well! You need it when buying glasses online and it isn't included in the standard prescription.

Have you ever tried an online glasses service before?


Tuesday, 12 April 2016

Look Fantastic Beauty Box April 2016 #LFBLOOMS

My April LookFantastic Box just arrived! I'm going to write about my initial reaction to the products now, and after testing them for a few days I'll add my final impressions.

This month's box is extremely pretty and is centred around Earth Month, so all of the products included are either natural, organic or ethical in some way. However, my first impression is that April's offerings are thoroughly underwhelming.

Rituals Miracle Hand Scrub 

First Impression: Hand...scrub? Well it's something new to me at any rate! I've used Rituals hand creams before but have never used a hand scrub.  I feel as if my hands get enough scrubbing on a daily basis anyway, but I'll certainly give this a shot!  It does smell lovely.

Final Impression: CONVERTED! I love this! I really like the smell and I feel like I have new hands! They're all soft and smooth and didn't need hand cream for the entire rest of the day (which is saying something)I'll be buying more when this runs out although I've found I don't need much so that won't be for a while.

Bloom and Blossom Bath and Shower Gel

First Impression: Free from parabens, sulphates etc. this shower is instead filled with cucumber and is recommended for sensitive skin.

Final Impression: This is just shower gel. Nothing special, no particular scent. Pretty boring.

Briogeo Don't Despair, Repair! Deep Conditioning Hair Mask

First Impression: Lots of oils in this one! Argan, Avocado, Rosehip and Almod, as well as a whole load of vitamins.  The mask is also cruelty free and great for sensitive scalps as it's free of silicone and synthetic fragrances. 

Final Impression: This is pretty good! I don't really go in for hair masks but I found it made my hair feels loads softer for several days after using it.  I'm going to use it sparingly for when my hair feels like it needs a treat.

Elemis, British Botanical Hand and Nail Butter

First Impression: This is a little travel size hand butter so I'll be popping it into my handbag instead of Soap and Glory's Hand Food for a few days to see how it compares.

Final Impression: Very moisturising but has a very strong floral scent that I'm not keen on.  I smelled like my Nan for several hours after using it just once.

Tanworx, Tan Maintainer

First Impression: This is completely useless for me. I am pasty white and like it that way, so I'll be giving it to my Mother who is this tall, olive skinned, dark haired goddess (I am a ginger, glow-in-the-dark hobbit). Still not entirely convinced I wasn't adopted although she says remembers giving birth so perhaps not.

Balance Me, Super Toning Body Polish

First Impression: I do actually need a new body exfoliant so I'm looking forward to using this one!  Blackberry Leaf increases collagen production for cell renewal after scrubbing all the gross dead ones off.

Final Impression: This reminds me of the St. Ives Apricot Body Scrub that I used to use when I was a teenager.  It's good, but doesn't do a fantastic job of exfoliating on my legs where I really need it, and I would prefer something a bit coarser and with more moisturising ingredients.  It's okay, but St. Ives is pretty much the same and a bit cheaper.

Myvitamins, Vitamin C Effervescent Tablets

Only Impression: If there's one thing in this world I hate it's effervescent tablets. Straight in the bin, no matter their claim to be raspberry flavoured. 

Bit of a mixed bag this month, but I did find one or two things I liked with the Rituals Hand Scrub and the Briogeo Hair Mask. Not the best box I've had from Look Fantastic but I'm keeping my fingers crossed for something better next month.  If you like your products to be organic and as natural as possible then I imagine this would be a great box for discovering new brands and products, but it just wasn't very me!

Have you ever tried any of Look Fantastic's Beauty Boxes?

 Check out my Look Incredible April Beauty Box review!
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