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Fab Bag December 2017- Unboxing and Review



                                    BLEND THE BEAUTY 

This is a very late, late review and unboxing for Fab Bag December Edition. Apologies. As I was away for a short vacay and the parcel lay awaited at my place for long. 
Okay, so without much ado. Here is the full, unveiling and review of what’s inside my December edition Fab Bag. Because better late than never.

The theme for December 2017 fab bag was ‘Blend the Beauty’ and the products curated was surely impressive. All the content look new and fresh, unlike the last ones where the products seemed repeated. The bag for December month had 4 different colours, with a vintage-like design. I got the golden bag which I was eying for. FYI. It is pretty and you can carry it as a light pouch for your cellphones, keys, makeup etc. So... there are 5 products overall.

      I will be starting with my fave one
  • The SUGAR Blend The Rules Eyeshadow Quad in Skyfall (Full Size: Rs. 599/-) – I have been meaning to get my hands on this eyeshadow, so when I got it in the December Fab Bag I was super elated. The shades are all gorgeous. 

  • Alanna Desiccated Coconut and Saffron Skin Brightening Scrub (Rs. 340 for 20gms.) – This body and face scrub have a strong coconut-ty smell and although I haven’t used it before I am pretty much excited to try it on.

  • Bella Voste Premium Nail Enamel (Full Size: Rs. 249)- A pretty full-sized nail paint is what you need any day. It is a glittery purple shade. I love it.

  • Blossom Kochhar Aroma Magic Cocoa Butter & Vanilla Body Cream (Rs. 26 for 10gms)- The quantity of the cream is less, but the ingredients look promising for a smooth skin. It has a mix fragrance of cocoa butter and vanilla. Perfect for the winter season.
  • Bliscent Peppermint Foot Soak (Full Size: Rs. 200)- Another awesome stuff I got in the beauty bag is this food soak. I am extra careful when it comes to taking care of my feet,  glad Fab bag added this one. I loved the way it softens the heel and the refreshing feels it gives.

Overall, I am impressed with the content as it had all the products to take care of your face to your feet. The theme of Fab Bag 'Blend the Beauty' Really worked its magic on me.
 Which is your favourite product of December? Do let me know?

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