Look Fantastic Beauty Box March 2020

It’s the LFBeautyBox time again, and this month is all about New York, Paris and London in celebration of fashion month! Featuring products from each of the cities, Look Fantastic themed this month’s box around those city gals who need their beauty essentials catered around their busy bee lifestyles! So, what’s in the box?

Straight from the city of love is the Codage Masque Hydratant Moisturising Mask, providing deep hydration leaving skin feeling nourished and with a healthy glow – and after London Fashion Week, my skin is in dire need. My favourite part about this product? It’s paraben free! Next is one of my favourite high street beauty brands, New York based Revlon with their brand new Colorburst lip balm, a colourful blend of shea, mango and coconut butter. Lips softer than they’ve ever been? Check!

Next on the list of skincare essentials is the First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Cream. What I love about FAB is that their ranges are targeted at people who suffer with skin conditions such as eczema – and as a sufferer myself I couldn’t ask for anything better. This product works to intensely hydrate and banish dry skin for good, as well as relieve itchy skin. Praise the beauty lords! Representing London is the Lottie London Shade and Shadow brush, and it’s definitely one for the smoky eye lover and beauty instagrammer! No more hiding behind oversized Oakley sunglasses, get them eyes out you girls!

Nuxe comes next with the Creme Prodigiuese. Being a long-time subscriber of the LFBeautyBox means I’ve been lucky enough to try many of Nuxe’s products and I can safely say I understand what all the fuss is about it. The products are never to be missed, and a product that claims to be ‘anti-stress’ has more than enough room for a place in my life!

Finally, we have the Caudalie Micellar Cleansing Water. Caudalie is completely new to me, so I’m definitely intrigued to see what it can do. When it comes to cleanser, I usually stick to what I know and that’s Clarins, but if it’s good enough for the French then it’s good enough for me!

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