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Earlier this month, I was lucky enough to be selected as 1 of 30 bloggers in the Rakuten Affiliate Network to receive the Bloomingdale’s Bonus Box. This incredible box is full of amazing luxury beauty products, and I’m so excited to share these goodies with you today.
I have been wanting to try this balm cleanser since it was described by Vogue as “probably the best cleanser in the world”, so I was really happy to see this included in the box. After using this for a couple of weeks, I have to say this cleanser lives up to the hype. It does a fantastic job at removing all traces of makeup without drying my skin out. I use this at night only as it is a bit of a process, but it leaves my skin feeling incredibly soft and clean.
This dual-action clay mask + scrub has quickly become one of my favorites. It contains natural bamboo charcoal and kaolin clay to help detoxify the skin, as well as natural silica beads to gently exfoliate. I use this mask twice a week, and it leeaves my skin feeling soft, smooth, and refreshed.
I’m not a fan of glitter, so I wasn’t sure how I would like this at first, but this formula actually has very fine micro-glitter that feels very smooth — not chunky or gritty at all. On top of that, I didn’t experience any fallout or creasing when I used this for 8+ hours (with a primer).
I have stubbornly-straight short lashes, and I have tried countless brands of eyelash curlers which did not do much, but this one actually works on me. It just grabs and curls every little lash from root to tip without pinching my lids. I love it!
Missoni is a fruity, floral, and woodsy fragrance. The top notes include blood orange, nashi pear, and pink berries, blending slowly into a delicate fragrance of freesia, peony, and rose water orpur, after which the composition ends with warm tones of heliotrope, white cedar, and georgy wood. It’s fresh and feminine — nothing too overwhelming.