This was my first Beautylish lucky bag purchase. Since I live overseas, I only had the option to purchase the standard US$75 + US$15 postage fee (US$150 worth of products). The XL lucky bags were only available for customers that had spent over US$1000 in 2017 and those that lived in the US. I believed they also introduced an option for those with darker skin complexions which is great. Continue reading for the reveal of what I ended up getting in my lucky box 2018.
ANASTASIA BEVERLY HILLS Prism Eye Shadow Palette US$42
A luxe collection of holiday-ready shadows from Anastasia Beverly Hills. There are fourteen shades—ranging from prismatic duochromes to muted mattes—blend effortlessly into the skin, making show-stopping party makeup accessible to everyone.
JOUER COSMETICS Powder Highlighter Skinny Dip US$24
Skinny Dip is golden peach with a shimmer finish. The powder formula feels creamy to the touch and melts into skin for a luminous finish that lasts all day.
ORIBE Swept Up Volume Powder Spray US$42
This texturising root-lift powder instantly adds buildable grip and style to hair with zero mess, thanks to a non-aerosol sprayer that disperses powder exactly where you want it. Perfect for amplified up-dos and lush, lifted volume on second-day hair.
CHARLOTTE TILBURY Full Fat Lashes US$29
Charlotte Tilbury’s best-selling, award-winning mascara is a super-luxe, 5-in-1 multitasker that creates the perfect “Full Fat Lash” with curl, separation, volume, length, and drama.
WAYNE GOSS Brush 17 Eye Shadow Crease Brush US$28
This handmade crease brush works with every eye shape and does it all—from depositing and blending eye shadow to seamlessly concealing dark circles. The unique shape fits perfectly into the curves of the socket line and blends eye shadow as it applies it.
HYLAMIDE Finisher HA Blur US$19
HA Blur is compatible with all makeup and all skin types that you can apply under or over foundation, or mix it with any liquid foundation for an ultra-high-definition skin finish.
Overall, I spent US$90 inclusive of postage which equates to AU$120 after foreign exchange conversions. The value of this lucky bag is US$184. Do you think this was worth it?
Did you pick up a 2018 lucky bag? What did you get?