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October Women's Fab Bag Subscription 2018 Review


Hey, Lovelies!!
October is here already!!
Well, TBH I am elated coz this month is one of my favourite months, so yeah, I can see myself getting all hyped up. Also, most probably because I got my hands on the October Women's Fab Bag Subscription, which is filled with some amazing beauty products.
Alrighty, enough of my talking and let’s get to the unboxing session. 
Without further ado, let’s check out what is inside my October Women's Fab Bag Subscription?
The theme for this month is ‘The Colour Your Way’ and one of the best things about this bag is that they included 10 mini lipstick to colour up your way for the festive season, all ten? Yep. 
Here are the products which I received:
    Seduction Las Vegas Mini Lipsticks Set of 10 – Rs.499
This is what I was gushing about, a set of 10 mini lipsticks from the brand Seduction Las Vegas. All the shades of the lipstick are literally beautiful, and it does looks like I will be applying each one of em. Also, the mini size is easy to take around wherever I go. It is pretty much a good deal.
    Tvakh Elixir Hair Growth Concentrate – Rs.400 for 20ml
The Tvakh hair elixir helps in hair growth and retain the hair moisture. It contain no paraben or sulphate, which you can say is safe for your mane. I am really looking forward to trying it, I hope it work its magic and gives my hair the moisture it needs and increases its growth.
    The Soap Company Hand Crafted Luxury Pomegranate Soap – Rs.350
This is another awesome product which caught my attention- i.e. a handcrafted soap from the soap company. I have used it and I must say, it smells really fresh and since it is a chemical free soap I am considering it as a win product. 
    Bioayurveda Miracle Moisture Toning Face Cream – Rs.875/- for 20g-
 I am kinda lil disappointed with this product, not that it is bad, but the quantity is  way too less. But, guess the 10- mini lipstick set will make up my disappointment. 
There you go, the full unboxing and review of the products, do let me know which product you liked best.
The total value of the products come to around Rs.2100/-
Go, grab your Fab Bag and make this festive season a dazzling one as you colour your way!
Stay Beautiful, you all!





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