Last month saw the arrival of the first ever Cohorted Beauty Box, and boy did it impress. If you’re unfamiliar, Cohorted is a beauty site where you can find great deals on high end beauty products, so considering the site is all about beauty, it was only a matter of time before they launched their very own beauty box.
The Cohorted Beauty Box contains mostly full-sized, high end products from brands like Hourglass, Urban Decay, bareMinerals, Bobbi Brown and Lancome and just 300 boxes are created. As the boxes retail for £19.99 plus P&P with product value at up to four times that, it’s safe to assume these boxes sell out insanely fast. To give you an idea, the box I’m reviewing is the March box, but the April box has already gone on pre-order and sold out. Therefore, if you want one of these bad boys you’ll need to move extremely quickly.
Let’s have a look at the contents of the March 2015 Cohorted Beauty Box, shall we? There are four items included, three of which are full-sized. The first is the bareMinerals Pure Transformation Night Treatment in Light, which is a powder night product that’s designed to be an overall skin improver which reduces pore size and addresses skin tone and texture issues. This is full sized and I’ve been fascinated by this for quite some time, so I’m looking forward to giving it a go. Next is the Sleek Highlighting Palette which contains four cream highlighters in a really well presented palette. The last full-sized item is the Too Faced Exotic Color Eyeshadow in Copper Peony, which is a lovely, warm bronze shade that I’ll definitely use as it’s the sort of colour that works really well with blue eyes. The final sample is a reasonably decent sized sample of the Urban Decay Perversion Mascara which I’ve yet to try, so I’ll definitely give this a go. The box value comes in at just under £75, which is pretty impressive.
Another thing worth mentioning is that a small number of boxes each month will contain a little something extra; last month the extra item was the Hourglass Ambient Lights palette and this month is the newest Too Faced Chocolate Bar palette – as I’m sure you’ll agree, both amazing extras that I would be thrilled to find. I can’t imagine anyone having a bad word to say about the Cohorted beauty boxes as they tick all the right (ahem) boxes – they contain mostly full-sized, luxury items, they’re reasonably priced and they’re very exciting, even for a beauty blogger like me who’s fortunate enough to be sent quite a few things, I was extremely excited about the Cohorted Beauty Box so I really hope they consider expanding their production to include more as it’s such a shame that clearly many are missing out. For more info on the Cohorted Beauty Box head here – link.