Thursday, 4 June 2015

Welcome to The Libbie Club

Today I want to tell you all about a brand new beauty box called The Libbie Club. Latest in Beauty (LIB) have recently launched The Libbie Club – described as being a community of influential beauty fans who are rewarded for reviewing, sharing and referring beauty products.

So, every month members of The Libbie Club are sent a free of charge box of full sized beauty products to try out, you then write your honest reviews about each product on their site and if anyone makes a purchase via any of your recommendations, you will then be sent another box the next month to review again. However, with each product comes an offer, more of which you can read about below with what was in my box.


The Libbie Club
The Libbie Club

I was kindly sent the June box which had some amazing products:

Vintage Cosmetic Company Essential Face Brush Set (£33)

I am a big fan of Vintage Cosmetic Company, I love the whole vintage theme to the packaging and love how the products are packaged.  This set of three face brushes consists of a Powder Brush, Blusher Brush and a Foundation Brush.

Each brush was really soft natural bristles and is lightweight when holding.  My favourite brush of the three is the powder brush which I use for both fluid and powder foundation as well as for my setting powder because I love the finish it gives.

You can get this set now for £27 using my offer right here

The Libbie Club
The Libbie Club
The Libbie Club
The Libbie Club


Philip Kingsley Elasticizer 75ml (£16)

This product was said to have been originally created by Philip Kingsley specifically for Audrey Hepburn, who wanted a super-moisturising treatment that would repair her hair and keep it in great condition throughout the frequent colouring and styling done to her hair on movie sets. So if that isn't a reason to give it a try, then I don't know what is. 

As a pre-shampoo intensive moisturising treatment I love how soft and smooth this makes me hair feel and it is a product I use on occasions when I feel my hair needs a little treat and some TLC.

You can get free delivery of this item at 150ml for £29 right here

The Libbie Club


Vita Liberata pHenomenal 2-3 Week Tan: Medium 125ml (£41)

I am on the fence with this product.  Whilst the tan in my box was medium making it too dark for my own super pale skin, I have tried the fair tan in the past and liked it, but didn't love it.  It does claim to be easy to apply, which it is and naturally you do need to use a tanning mitt.  The whole process in fact was incredibly stress free and easy, I just wasn't a fan of the after colour. 

So, I gave this product to a friend of mine who has incredibly lovely olive toned skin and it suits her perfectly and she loves it.

You can get this product for £37.50 right here

The Libbie Club
The Libbie Club



You can read my individual reviews on these products on my profile page and see the special offers for yourself.

What do you think to the Libbie Club?  Are you a member?

27 comments:

  1. I love the look of the brushes, very pretty x

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  2. Not a member but this is a lovely selection of products.
    Love the look of the brushes... so cute

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  3. love those brushes, they look amazing

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  4. Ooh, I LOVE PK Elasticizer - such a classic, haven't used it for yonks and I didn't realise it was created for Audrey Hepburn! Now I love it even more! :D

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  5. I've always found that having the right brushes is really important. Also, I really like the idea of the pre-shampoo treatment, my hair could do with that.

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  6. Looks wonderful - I love new brushes and those look particularly soft.

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  7. I am not a member of the Libbie club those brushes do look good and I need some more.

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  8. The brushes look good quality, I would definitely try these. The hair treatment looks good too but I am not sure if I would pay that.

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  9. I love the look of this box so much as so many different items.

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  10. These brushes look fantastic! Have a nice day!

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  11. The Libbie Club sounds like a great idea - very clever. I hope that you do well from it.

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  12. sounds like a good idea. i love the philip kingsley elastisizer. x

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  13. some fantastic products this time i love the look of the brushes

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  14. ooh those brushes do look good I do have to say

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  15. The brushes look really pretty :)

    Jess xo
    http://just-jesss.blogspot.co.uk

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  16. I love the brushes. They are very stylish.

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  17. I love the idea of this box and the products seem nice too :)

    Laura
    Pink Frenzy

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  18. The brushes look amazing, shame i've already bought some new ones recently!

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  19. I haven't subscribe for a box yet but I really want to, the boxes looks amazing! I love the Vita Liberata products, I have a tan cream that I use a lot. The brushes are very cute xx

    Celia from http://brandobeauty.uk

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  20. What a clever idea, you get to try some great products.

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  21. i love the brushes in this month box - they are so soft. x

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  22. This is an interesting idea! I really want to try the Vita Liberata tan, I have slightly olive toned skin in the summer so hopefully it would work well for me! Alice x

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  23. A lovely way to reward those who are passing on their reviews and tips to others.

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  24. What a great idea! Lovely products, I have the Elasticizer, it's very good.

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  25. Good luck! I hope it goes well for you...I love the fact it's full sized products.

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  26. The brushes are so cute with the labelling which one is for what - perfect for me, I only have a random brush for a blusher and literally have no clue if it's any good lol!

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  27. Love this - the brushes are really lovely! Kaz x

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