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Fab Bag August 2018- Unboxing and Review

Hi, Lovelies!
Happy August!
Welcome back to my blog and welcome to another exciting unboxing!
Just like every month, I got my share of makeup and skincare delivered to me at my doorstep! I mean, life has never been this easy. agree?
Thanks to the idea of subscription boxes!
The theme for this month Fab Bag is 'Own the Glam' and I received  4 quintessential Makeup & Beauty products inside my Fab Bag to create my own glam.
Okay, so without further ado, I bring to you the unboxing and review of my August Fab Bag.
Guess what's inside my Fab Bag?
SUGAR Contour De Force Face Palette- (Rs.- 799) 
This one is a steal deal. One of the best products I have received so far!
Fab bag surely does know how to pamper a make- up junkie like me. I love the packaging and everything about this contour palette. It also has a mirror attached to it, which means I can easily slip inside my bag wherever I go, The shades are bold, and it has a highlighter, bronzer, and a blush. 
It is pigmented and blends so well into your skin, the texture is soft and it gives you the perfect matte look.

Mond’s Sub Skin Beauty Collagen Forehead Mask (Full Size – 200) 
This product is as intriguing as it looks. It can remove wrinkles and lines around your forehead, giving you a smooth and firm look. You can apply the mask on a clean and dry forehead, keep it for 20-30 minutes and remove it.  It has such a relaxing feel.

Bio-Bloom Face Moisturizer (Rs. 150 for 50ml)
This is an intense moisturiser enriched with vanilla and cucumber, which promises to leave your face hydrated and soft. The cream smells good and it says it is suitable for all skin type, but I am afraid it might not be a 'yes' thing for oily skin. Also, it is LLP, Paraben, and petroleum free.  

 Fuschia Activated Charcoal Face & Body Detoxifying Scrub (Full-Size R. 250)
This is the best so far, I am in love with this scrub. I can with no doubt say that the Fuschia activated charcoal face scrub is now my go-to face scrub. One use and it cleansed my skin whilst exfoliating and gave a clear and smooth effect. 
This is a must try product!
There you go! the complete unboxing and review of the August Fab Bag. Tell me which product would you love to try and own the glam?
Stay Beautiful!

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