What's Inside June's Roccabox?

-If a product is marked with an * then it was PR/Gifted to me. This post contains no sponsored content-
 June's Roccabox is all about being selfie-ready and includes an array of makeup, skincare and haircare to help you looking and feeling fab. The contents of June's box is worth just under £70 but can be yours for just £10 (+p&p)! Here are my thoughts on what I received in this month's box... 

First up is the Avant Supreme Hyaluronic Acid Anti-oxidising DUO Moisturiser RRP £20* which comes in a deluxe travel size tube. I was expecting the moisturiser to be quite thick and heavy for my skin given the "supreme" in the title, however, I was pleasantly surprised to find it to be quite lightweight and suitable for my oily skin type. It is a really nice moisturiser, I definitely wouldn't be able to justify buying the full size with it being a whopping £100 (yep, really!), however, it's been a nice little treat for my skin and I've been using it when I have a self-care pamper session.

The MAYY Velvet Hydro Matte Lipstick RRP £25* comes in a gorgeous golden bullet and the shade Tulip is a lovely peachy-pink shade, which I tend to opt for usually anyway. It's super creamy and comfortable to wear and not uncomfortable like some matte lipsticks can be. It's also paraben-free and contains added Vitamin E. It's what I would say is the perfect everyday kind of shade!

I was excited to find some more products from Charles Worthington to try in this months box after discovering a new fave in last month's box which you can read about in this post.  In June's box, you get their Diamond Shine Shampoo & Conditioner RRP £4* which I've only tried a few times so far but they definitely give you glossy locks without making your hair look greasy. I'm also a big fan of the fresh scent which lingers in your hair because of the FragranceLock Technology.

You also receive a BeautyPro Rejuvenating Collagen Sheet Mask RRP £4.95* which I haven't got around to trying out yet but BeautyPro claims that the mask helps to rebalance oily t-zones, hydrates dry areas and also diminishes fine lines and wrinkles. So I shall definitely be giving this mask a whirl soon!

The "Hero Product" in this months box is the Eyeko Black Magic Liquid Eyeliner RRP £16*. I'm not a big fan of liquid eyeliner just because I find it quite hard to apply, however, the Eyeko Eyeliner has definitely piqued my interest because the brush is inspired by Japanese calligraphy so it's been designed so that it should be technically easier to use for people who struggle applying eyeliner. Sounds pretty good, right? I haven't tried it yet because I haven't been really playing around with makeup much recently but I'll definitely let you know how I get on when I do try it out. 

Overall I think this box has been great, I've discovered a couple of brands that I probably wouldn't have done if I hadn't been introduced to them in this box and the products I have tried I've really liked. I think it a complete steal at £10!

You can also get 20% off your first box if you use the code: KIRSTY20 (not an affiliate code). You can sign up to Roccabox here.

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