If you hadn't already heard, the beauty brand Cohorted has recently jumped on the beauty box bandwagon. If you're not familiar with Cohorted, it's basically a website that sells luxury beauty products at a discounted price. Each week there are four new 'cohorts' that go up on the site and the more people that agree to buy the cohorted product, the cheaper it gets! As they are well known for their high end brands I was pretty excited to hear about their new beauty box release.
Surprisingly this is the first beauty box I've ever purchased, I've always been a bit apprehensive that I'll be chucking my money away for a glorified box of sachet samples. Retailing at £19.99, it's not the cheapest of beauty boxes, but the contents is worth £67.50! In this month's edition you get four full size beauty products and one deluxe sample size, no useless sachets in sight, thank god!
Packaged in a beautiful, sleek black box, tied with a pretty ribbon, it's classic but definitely looks the part. Inside was a Dolce & Gabbana Clarifying Lotion, Benefit Bella Bamba Lip Gloss, Korres Milk Protein Cream Cleanser, Korres Eye Primer and a 3ml Bobbi Brown Smokey Eye Mascara. The only product I wasn't particularly thrilled about was the Benefit lipgloss, purely because the watermelon shade isn't something I would ever wear but I guess that's just personal preference, the rest I'm looking forward to trying! Each month five of the boxes contain a 'super product', this months was the Hourglass Ambient Lighting Palette, mega jealous of the lucky people that found that in their boxes!
Unlike many beauty boxes available, this one isn't a subscription service so you're able to pick and choose which month you'd like to purchase. Obviously that means it's a first come, first serve basis so if you want one you do have to be quick, February's box sold out instantly!
Would you buy a Cohorted box? Which beauty boxes would you recommend?