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Fab Bag July 2017 Review- Colour Drama


The best thing about beauty subscription box is, you get to try awesome curated beauty products every month, delivered straight to your doorstep.
Right now I am on a challenge to try out all the beauty subscription boxes available in India: one at a time. Last month it was the ‘My Envy Box’, check out my review here, this time I choose the very popular ‘FAB BAG.'  It is a monthly beauty and grooming subscription box, offering exclusively customised products for both Men and Women.
I have come across positive feedback about this particular subscription box, and so I thought I would give this a go.
Somehow, I ended getting the order very late and since it’s already the end of the month, I bet everyone already knows what’s inside, but better late than never, also I promised to review it, so here is what I got inside my July Fab Bag.
The theme for July was 'Colour Drama’ and you get to choose between a pink and peach pouch. I got the pink bag filled with the beauty products.

What’s inside?
      First up is the.... 
    1. Just Herb Enriched Skin Tint (Worth Rs 385 for 15 g)
     The just herb tint comes in a small round container and since I have not tried a skin tint yet (Honest confession), I was excited to find one in the bag. I have used it once and the result seems pretty impressive.

     2. Tvakh Fruit Enzyme Alcohol-Free Toner (Worth Rs 160 for 50 Ml)
I am a toner kind of person, which means I cannot go a day without cleansing my face with a toner. Tvakh fruit enzyme comes in a good 50 ml quantity and it is alcohol-free, which makes it even safe to try it.

3. Sugar Matte as Hell Crayon Lipstick with sharper (Worth Rs 799)
This is one of the best products so far and it is worth even more to get it in a beauty bag worth just Rs 599. I got the Sugar Jackie brown shade and it is indeed matte as hell for the lips. 

     4. Kronokare Hydrate Hair shampoo (Worth Rs 165 for 55 ml)
     I have never tried this brand but the packaging looks convincing enough to make me want to try it ASAP.

     All these products bought separately will cost you Rs 1500 but you can get it with just Rs. 599 from  Fab Bag. Overall, here are the pros and cons for Fab Bag July edition.
Pros
·        Value for money
·        Good brands
·        Pretty pouch
Cons
·        The delivery was late  
        
July Fab Bag covers all the beauty essentials for the rainy days, with a hint of drama. Order your fab bag now and get ready to add some colour drama in your life.

Comments

  1. nice post for womens thank you sharing this information
    Which monthly makeup subscription box is the best?
    https://zlshealth.com/product-category/skin-care/

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  2. nice post for all girls thank you so much for sharing this information which will be very useful.
    Is there any monthly makeup subscriptions? anyways, thanks for post

    Zealous Health

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