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The All Natural Face Black Kohl Eyeliner: I don't use kohl liner because I find it smears pretty easily. This goes on hella black though, so that is pretty cool. It's like putting your eyeliner on with a Sharpie (which I enjoy). However, like all other kohls, it just melts into your face and you look like you've been out partying all night after a few hours. I am planning on using this as a base and then using liquid liner over it for when I want to get all sorts of Cleopatra. I figure that will help it from melting all over my face.
Evolv Shampoo: I didn't even try this. And I probably won't try it in the next few months. I usually take all the shampoo and conditioner bottles from beauty boxes and shove them in my travel kit drawer. I find them one of the most boring things to try in beauty boxes so I'm sure this is shampoo and it works like shampoo but I cannot confirm or deny.
Mullein & Sparrow vegan tinted lip & cheek stain: I was really excited by this one because I love tinted balm and cheek tint. I tried this on my lips first and there is no color at all. Nothing. Furthermore, it's a little firmer than Rosebud (petroleum) salve but it's got the same shiny greasiness. I would never put this on my cheeks unless I wanted to break out like Rik from The Young Ones. Such a bummer - I used Mullein & Sparrow's dry shampoo and liked it so my hopes were high for this one. * sad trombone * I will use this as (clear) lip balm.
La Mav Serum: This is a nighttime serum. I like getting serums, especially during the winter months. When I'm done with the argan oil I'm using (also a beauty box item), I'll start using this. I've tried it once on my eyes before bedtime and, you know, it just seemed like using oil as a moisturizer. Maybe once I use it regularly I'll notice something more magickal but I'm not holding my breath. It will help keep my skin moisturized though, at least.
Demes Butter Me Up (tangerine vanilla): Okay, I really liked this one. I need moisturizer to live in the winter like regular people need water. Essential life force. This is a little (shiny) greasy but it absorbs okay and it smells delicious. It comes in this little paper tube, which I like in theory but then I realized I can't really shove it in my bag because the damn cap falls off and then it's like having a moisturizer push-pop in your bag or pocket. This will be an in-house use item only.
There was also a Shorganics soap I forgot to even photograph. I consider beauty box soap in the same category as beauty box shampoo - I'm sure it works like soap and I'll use it one day but I'm not really interested it it.