1. Sally Hansen Miracle Cure
2. Nyassa Morning Dew Body Mist
3. LA Splash Lash Splash Mascara
4. Bling Nail wraps
5. Layla Nail polish
LA Splash Lash Splash Mascara: Given the fiasco with the LA Splash eyeliner from the June box, I don't know how this will work on the eyes, but the brush seems similar to the Masterpiece wand. I've applied it to my forearm. While it's smudgeproof, it peels a bit. Will give it a try on the eyes.
reviewed here), LA Splash, Max Factor Masterpiece and No 7 Extreme Length. As you can see, despite thorough swatching, the second from left - LA Splash - has the least pigmentation.
Bling nail wraps: Does anyone use nail wraps any more? I've tried 3-4 and they fell off two minutes after application. Another's glue gave me red nail beds. To be palmed off, maybe on bling-loving toddler. Or not, poor kiddie.
Layla Nail polish: I've never used Layla polish before and was excited about this - until I saw the colour. Sorry, I don't do neon. This colour, you can see from Mars with your n@ked-eye. I had already mentioned in my questionnaire that my style was subtle, not fluorescent. Who listens to me, though? Selling it, unopened, unswatched.
Vellvette boxes cost only INR400 or GBP4.40 or $6.70. But having been subscribing since February, I'm now wondering why I don't save that money and buy more expensive boxes, maybe less frequently. It feels like I paid that amount only for the not-so-pigmented mascara, which may or may not work well. My issue is, send what people can use, according to their questionnaire/profile, or don't send at all. If you send me Chanel foundation for dry skin or lip gloss I'd find fault with you anyway because I can't use them. Why else did I fill in that dang questionnaire?
At the risk of incurring a dozen hate-comments like the last time, I must say that though my Glam Guru July box is four times as expensive, it had nine generous products and a pouch and I can use every single item nicely. That is a personalised box.