[productsample/affiliatelink] I feel a little bit jaded towards ‘festival survival kits’, especially when they don’t contain anything that’s crucial for survival. However, if you just look past the title of this kit, curated by Lisa Potter Dixon and Hannah Martin, for Harvey Nichols, it’s a fantastic selection of beauty products worth £150, priced at £85. I know it’s the top end but if you’re happy to make a spend, there isn’t one single product in here that I think is a ‘filler’.
There isn’t a single product that I wouldn’t feel delighted to be using myself so personally, I might have rebranded this as the Summer Treat bag, because every item is a winner.
So, the product line up is as follows: 111Skin Celestial Black Diamond Eye Mask – one pack, Shiseido Expert Sun Ageing Protection Lotion SPF50 50ml, Yves Saint Laurent Luxurious Mascara for False Lash Effect – full size,
Urban Decay Hi-Fi Shine Ultra Cushion Lip Gloss in SPL or Fireball (shade received is subject to availability), Disco Dust Glitter in Rose 2.5g, Benefit Gimme Brow + Eyebrow Gel in shade 4.5 – mini, Stila Magnificent Metals Glitter & Glow Liquid Eyeshadow in Rose Gold Retro – full size, Marc Jacobs Beauty Highliner Glam Glitter Gel Eye Crayon in Gem Stoned – full size and a Harvey Nichols pink holographic cosmetics bag.
I’ve swatched the make up items, starting with Urban Decay Hi-Fi Shine in SPL, a super shimmery baby pink, Stila Liquid Shadow in Rose Gold Retro and Marc Jacobs Intense Shimmer Waterproof liner in Gemstoned (actually the thing I am most pleased to have).
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There’s no getting around the fact that it’s expensive – if you’re a savvy shopper, you’ll snap this up, keep the single eye mask and the bag for yourself and consider a good proportion of your Christmas beauty shopping done (everything is packaged obviously) for a lot less that you’d pay normally. #justsayin. It’s HERE, non aff HERE.
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