What with the last post being my You Beauty for September logic would dictate that it’s time for my Love Me Beauty. Now there is a story behind this one as Kat von D was the featured brand. I rocked up to the site at 10am on the first of the month and the site had crashed. I was really surprised that LMB hadn’t anticipated just how popular having KVD on their site would be. After quite a long time of refreshing the page and conversing with LMB on twitter I finally got in… and after all that I only got one KVD item as the others looked so good! I’m crazy I know, but I did end up ordering again so I got all the KVD bits but they haven’t arrived yet. Anyway what did I actually get?
Now as you can see Love Me Beauty isn’t a conventional beauty box, in fact it is a beauty bag which is a nice change from the usual box. Also the bags have cute sayings on them and could be used as a gift really easily. It’s £10 a month and £3.95 p&p but if you’re lucky like me then you’ll find a really good groupon deal which got me a 6 month subscription for £29 with a further £10 off code as well! In total inc p&p it was around £30 instead of £70!
So what did I choose from Kat von D, well of course it had to be the liner didn’t it! It is a mini of the Ink Liner in Trooper which was 20 credits, a third of your monthly allowance. Although it is a travel size it’s not so small that you can’t use it like some samples… *cough* Benefit They’re Real liner sample *cough* Then I decided to try some skincare because my nose has suddenly decided to be oily and I am getting more spots than usual which is not fun. Omorovicza is a Hungarian brand and I chose two 15 credit products from them. First up is the amazing looking Thermal Cleansing Balm. It is jet black so I’m guessing it has some charcoal element to it. Honestly though I love the packaging of this, it’s in a mini glass jar which makes a sample feel so much more luxe than a plastic jar. I also chose the Copper Peel duo as I’m getting into skincare a lot more than usual. The duo is paste and an activator which makes this a lot more high tech than other peels I have tried. My final pick was only 10 credits and it was from Exuviance and it is a mask. I really enjoy clay masks as I think you can tell they’re working better than others. So I will probably do a post soon on my mask favourites.
That’s everything I got for £13.95 in total, if you haven’t got a subscription; to be fair it’s not a bad price really. You get to try 3 or more products of your choice, which is the best bit as everyone gets dud products from Glossybox and Birchbox!