About BoxyCharm: For $21 a month you get 5 full size beauty products with a retail value of over $100. Free Shipping in the U.S.Smashbox PhotoFinish Primer ($19)
This primer was the first product that was ever created at Smashbox photo studios L.A. It instantly blurs fine lines and pores leaving skin with a velvety-smooth even finish. Smashbox Photofinish is a holy grail of primers. It was one of the first primers I ever tried. I just don't like heavy silicone primers, actually I don't like primers at all. This one gets the job done done though if you need to fill in larger pores or smooth out fine lines.
This fan brush features a large fanned brush head perfect for application of powder products. Another fan brush? Come on BoxyCharm. One fan brush that no one uses is all one ever needs. This brush is soft, but mine arrived with brush hairs all crazy out of place.
Naked Cosmetics Urban Rustic Palette ($39.99)
These colors offer a dramatic look when applied damp or with an eye base. The colors have hints of green, bronze, purple, and brown. This palette is what had me confused about the seasons. The colors are beautiful but not something I'm going to be wearing any time soon.
RealHer Matte Liquid Lipstick ($15)
Now we get to the good stuff! I am a huge fan of the RealHer Moisturizing lipstick's and had been wanting to try their new liquid formulas since I saw they were releasing them. These have a lightweight formula with a bold ultra-matte finish. How pretty is the packaging? I love their packaging.
RealHer Lipliner ($12.50)
This is a creamy lip liner that glides across the lips to define and shape. I really like this formula it applies easily and stays in place. I am Loved is a dusty deep rose shade and worked perfectly with the I Am A Rockstar lip color. I would definitely buy more of these they are a lot like Urban Decay's.
Talk about one wacky BOXYCHARM, it was almost as if they recycled what they didn't put in the Fall boxes and scrambled last minute to put this one together. I was happy to get to try out more products from RealHer but the rest were disappointing. Lets see if they can get it together with some real Spring offerings next month!