Last month I 'unboxed' the February Fab bag on my YouTube Channel so this month I thought I'd switch things up a bit & blog about it this time over.
The March Fab Bag comes with a quote by Coco Chanel on the outside. I will admit, it's not as attractive as last month's bag but the contents make up for it, I think.
This month's fab bag actually contains three full sized products & one sample size. Oh & two of the four things are makeup, I was quite pleased with that.
The SoulTree Kajal definitely makes me feel a bit nostalgic, I don't think I've had a conical, retractable kajal since I was in junior college (in fact I think it was one of the first 'makeup' products I was allowed to use back in school. This one comes in a host of colors (with mine being True Blue). Like most kajal it's completely natural & safe to use in your waterline. In fact I remember reading that kajal is quite cooling so this is perfect for the season.
I was definitely most excited about the Sebastian Volupt Spray! This 'spray gel' is supposed to add body & texture. Even though I already have very thick hair, it does go limp in the roots & I'm always looking for new ways to style it. I tried this just once (& let my hair air dry, but it's supposed to be great with a blow-dryer too) & I was reasonably pleased with the results. Will need to try it some more before I can formulate a proper opinion. I actually like the size of the bottle as this will be perfect while travelling.
I've read quite a lot about Palladio products (like their rice powder) so I was very excited to try the Palladio Herbal lipstick in Rosey Plum. It's a deep, wearable shade that's quite pigmented & long lasting.
I'm always excited to try new Indian brands, especially ones that are natural but this Inveda BB Cream was definitely too light for me, so I won't be using it.
I also got a bracelet from Fashionography, which I didn't photograph. It's not something I would wear & it came with a rhinestone missing.
Even though the March Fab Bag was definitely value for money (the lipstick itself costs more than a month's bag) the products were sort of hit or miss for me. Irrespective it's always fun to try out new products & I can't wait to see what they have in store for next month. You can get more information & subscribe on their website.