Back to the Eve Appeal Box which retails for £25, yet contains products worth over £100 in value. It contains nine lip associated products in it including Hourglass, EOS and Burts Bees, so many well known brands to try products out. The Hourglass Opaque Rouge is in the shade Icon which is pretty famous and I've worn it a few times as it's a gorgeous red shade that isn't too dark or vivid - I reckon over Autumn/Winter this will look lovely.
I've been using the EOS Vanilla Mint Balm non-stop as it's so delicious and smells amazing. It's helped to keep my lips feeling lovely too, so I haven't got anything bad to say about it. There's also a Burts Bees Lipstick which is in Blush Ripple; this isn't a shade I think I'll get use out of because I find those shades age me a little bit, but the Bourjois Rouge Velvet Lipstick is more my shade being a neutral pink hue.
On top of those three their was the classic Lipcote Lipstick Seeler which I'm sure you've all heard of and the WunderKiss Plumping Gloss which I've never seen before, but plumping glosses aren't usually my cup of tea as they can sometimes dry my lips out, however I'm always up to giving it a fair shot.
There's a generous sample of the Elemis White Flowers Eye and Lip Remover which I'm going to take with me on holiday to trial as it seems like the perfect amount - it has little fragrance too which is great for removing eye makeup as they tend to sting if you're not careful. You also get a full sized Dr. Lipp Nipple Balm which I've heard lots about, but never tried this multitasking balm before so I'm hoping it'll sort my dry patches out.
Have you tried any of the Latest In Beauty boxes before?
If a product is marked with a * it is a PR sample.
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