Just before I headed off on holiday, another fabulous package arrived on my doorstep from the guys overs at MyShowcase! It was their latest box full of goodies for me to share with you and contained some of their best offers for the next period. The offers are usually open for quite a while so you get a good chance to make the most of them! This time all the offers are valid until the 30th June so you have ages!
The first brand that was in the box this month was Connock London, a company that i’d never heard of. What I like the most about MyShowcase is the fact that you get to try more niche luxury brands, yet still get good gift with purchase offers! At the moment, if you buy any two Connock London products, you get a free full sized hand cream* worth £15! The hand cream is a generous 50ml with a nice pump and lid to make for very easy use! The scent is quite strong but it’s actually quite nice and I’m very picky with fragrances! It soaks in nicely and doesn’t leave your skin feeling greasy in the slightest!
The other two products from this brand were the Kukui Eau De Parfum* (30ml for £35) and the Radiant Glow Body Oil* (125ml for £34). Firstly, the packaging on the perfume was so cute! The box with the lid was unusual yet chic and really did feel high quality! As i’ve said, the fragrance of these products is quite strong so a little really does go a long way! 30ml would last you a really long time! The first thing I thought of when I smelt this was the Givency’s Ysatis perfume as my mum used to wear it many years ago! It made me feel quite nostalgic! I have yet to try the body oil so I can’t really comment too much on that but it again has the same fragrance from the Kukui Oil and the packaging is nice and simple, following the same shaped bottle as the perfume which I liked!
This month, there is another New CID offer to take advantage of! When you buy one of the i-pout lipsticks and an i-gloss lip gloss you get a free Retractable Lip Brush* worth £16. Now i’m not going to lie, I hate the name of these products, they sound very childish when in fact they are pretty damn nifty! I had a gloss with a light in it years ago and it turned into a complete lifesaver on a night out! I have to say I really love the colour I was sent, it’s the shade tickled pink* and it just gives the lips the most amazing finish. It is slightly shimmery yet the glitter is in no way chunky and best of all, it’s not sticky! It feels almost balm like on the lips and, despite not actually being plumping, I feel like my lips look fuller when I wear it! There is a scent to the lipgloss that I can’t quite put my finger on but it’s fresh and subtle so I like it a lot! As you untwist the lid of the gloss, two little lights in the cap come on to make it easy to see what you’re doing on a night out, the mirror on the side of the tube is equally as handy and the brush applicator just finishes the packaging off perfectly. All in all a really great product!
The final item I received was the i-pout Lipstick in the shade Desert Rose* (£18). Now unfortunately I seem to have received a bit of a dud with this one as my little light doesn’t work, however there is still a mirror down one side and the formulation of the lipstick is nice. The shade is the perfect my-lips-but-better shade and pairs beautifully with the lipgloss! It reminds me of a creamier version of MAC’s Brave and it’s very easy to wear!
Another great bunch of products from MyShowcase with my favourite probably being the lipgloss surprisingly! However, if you were to only get one product from them then I would urge you to pick up the Radiant Glow Mask* from last months selection as the more I use that, the more I fall in love with it! It’s simply divine! I’m actually enjoying the brand Evolve so much that I’m debating whether to pick up this amazing set, with a mix of their products in, what do you think? Which product do you like the sound of the most?
*This post contains affiliate links. I am a Brand Ambassador for MyShowcase and get sent products to try. All products with a * were sent free of charge.