Happy Monday loves!
Hope you all had a great weekend.
I think by now you’ve heard of Influenster by now, but if you haven’t, its a review type of website and if you’re lucky enough you can get a freebie box. It always changes from foods, beauty, fashion or even a mixture of both! Every time you finish these badges, you can get qualified for another Voxbox.
I was lucky enough to get the Fierce Voxbox which included:
Shea Moisture Argan Oil & Almond Milk Shampoo and Blow Out Creme
I love using Shea Moisture and trying out new products from their line. The shampoo and blow out are both made from Argan Oil, organic shea butter and almond milk. It smells so good! Retail price for the blow out creme is $10.99 and the shampoo is $8.99
Sinful Colors Kandee Johnson Anime “Kiss Goodnight”
I really can’t get over this color! Kandee Johnson was the first youtube beauty guru I ever watched. So to see her progress and collab with Sinful Colors, I was ecstatic that this came in the VoxBox! I’ve seen them sold at Walgreens for $1.99.
Madam C.J. Walker Softening & Silkening Brassica Seed Oil
It’s a lightweight hair oil that smooths and creates terrific shine for heat-styled hair. It has a light blend of spun sugar and red velvet cream to refresh hair. I love to use this for my baby hairs that just can’t keep calm! This hair oil retails for $26 and can find it at Sephora.
I’ve been using Vaseline ever since I was a kid, it’s never gone out of style. I just recently started to use Vaseline for my night cream. It’s still too soon to see results but I’m excited! You can find this at any store for around $2.50 depending on where you shop.
Carefree Acti-Fresh Regular
It’s your basic liners that you need occasionally. They’re soft, thin, absorbent and barely there you won’t even notice it’s there. 20 count retails for $1.53, 54 count is $3.92 and for a 126 count is retailed for $7.99
There you have it loves, a sneak peak of my Fierce Voxbox! I can’t wait for the next Voxbox.
**I’ve received these products complimentary for testing purposes”