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.
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.
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.
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.
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.