Beauty,  Hair

Clean and Chic Voxbox

I was recently sent a few products to test out in the Clean and Chic Voxbox from Influenster. I haven’t tried everything here yet, so this is a haul post and not a proper review.

In the box, I received two products from Milk. One is the Mini Hydro Grip Setting Spray, which is the prettiest blue color and comes in a nice clear bottle. It sprays out into a fine mist and is nice and refreshing.

This non-sticky, dual-phase formula features two layers—the blue agave grip phase and the green cannabis glow phase—that activate when mixed together. The spray forms a weightless, invisible layer to grip and set makeup for up to 12 hours. It can also be used before makeup application to prep skin. Mist throughout the day onto clean skin or over makeup to refresh, revitalize, and provide a visibly glassy glow. The formula has a light, natural aloe scent.

The other Milk product I received was the Bionic Liquid Blush in the shade “Fly”.

“A liquid blush that can be blended sheer or layered for more intense payoff and is infused with hyaluronic acid and mushroom for a hydrated flush of color.

Next up is the Beautyblender Biopure Green Makeup Sponge. I’ve tried Beautyblender before – the normal pink sponge – so I’m excited to try this green one out.

“An innovative sponge with a 60 percent plant-based composition and one-of-a-kind bounce to effortlessly blend your makeup for a natural-looking finish.

I received a powder – the Superpowder to be more specific, from W3ll People.

“Make dreamy, luminous skin your reality with W3LL PEOPLE’s Superpowder Brightening Powder. This baked setting powder invisibly blends to set your makeup, leaving your skin with a barely-there finish and a healthy glow. Infused with plant-based ingredients like squalane, this brightening powder also works to nourish skin, blur imperfections, control shine, and impart your skin with a subtly luminous sheen.

The powder is nice and my face hasn’t gotten oily at all when using it, but I haven’t noticed a big difference in my makeup. Also, the packaging for this is broken – probably during shipping – , but it didn’t break the product itself so it’s all good.

Lastly, I got the Eva NYC Therapy Session Hair Mask, which I can’t wait to try it out this weekend.

“Eva NYC’s Therapy Session Hair Mask deeply conditions, hydrates and smooths to provide a simple, but luxurious indulgence with its rich, creamy formula.

That’s it for my little haul! I’ve tried the Milk Hydro Grip and the W3ll People Superpowder so far and can’t wait to try the blush, sponge, and hair mask.

Have you tried any of the products?

*I was sent these products complimentary, but all opinions are my own. This post also contains affiliate links.*

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