Beauty Easter Egg

I decided to treat myself to a selection of three beauty eggs for Easter.

This is the first year I have tried ‘beauty eggs’ as I haven’t heard much about them before. I love novelty beauty items so I had to give them a go.

From left to right: Essie Nail Colour Easter Egg, Loreal Paris Beauty Egg and I Heart Revolution Surprise Egg in Gold 

Beauty Easter Egg

First up is the Essie Nail Colour Easter Egg. You receive one full sized Essie Nail Polish and of course, it comes in a pink plastic egg that could be re-used.

There are three colour options: Eternal Optimist (above), Spin The Bottle (here) and Ballet Slippers (here) The colour I went for was ‘Eternal Optimist’ which is a baby pink/nude shade. The other two shades, Spin The Bottle and Ballet Slippers, are orange and white.

For a gift, I think this is a nice Easter surprise if you know someone who loves Essie as a brand. This retails at £8.99 and the standard nail polishes are £7.99.

Beauty Easter Egg

This I Heart Revolution Easter Egg is my favourite of the three.  I can see myself using most of the shades so I know I will get a lot of use out of this product.

There are six different colour ways: Angel (here) Dragon (here) Mermaid (here) Unicorn (here) Gold (here) & Rose Gold (here)

I have the gold version of the egg (pictured above) This is the cheapest of the ‘beauty eggs’ I ordered at £5 and superdrug are offering 3 for 2 on these eggs.

Beauty Easter Egg

 

In this Loreal Beauty Egg there is a clay purity mask, a decent sized sample of the hydra genius liquid moisturiser and a full sized smooth sugars clear scrub.

This ‘beauty egg’ is in between the other two price wise at £8.00. Although I do think this is better value than the Essie Nail Colour Easter Egg.

I have tried the face scrub and I do like it. I didn’t feel any irritation and it left my skin feeling very soft. I am yet to try the face mask/moisturiser yet.

 

Overall, I am impressed with these three ‘beauty eggs’ and would buy them for myself and as gifts for friends.

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2 Comments

    • Alex Quinn
      28 March 2018 / 8:18 pm

      Thanks for reading! 😊