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Inside My Envy Box Anniversary Edition

By Poutpretty @PoutPretty
The October My Envy Box is an anniversary edition and has been curated by the Vogue India team. Want to know what's inside? Read on.
Inside My Envy Box Anniversary Edition
Inside My Envy Box Anniversary Edition
Inside the gold box were all these products in a sequinned mesh pouch.
Inside My Envy Box Anniversary Edition
Inside My Envy Box Anniversary Edition
Inside My Envy Box Anniversary Edition
Inside My Envy Box Anniversary Edition
Inside My Envy Box Anniversary Edition
Inside My Envy Box Anniversary Edition
Clinique Take the Day Off makeup remover - This one is the winner of the Vogue Beauty Awards 2014 for the best makeup remover and I've been wanting to try this out for sometime. Glad that they included a decent sample size of 5ml.
SkinYoga Sandalwood Saffron face mask - I loved the SkinYoga coconut foot scrub that I had got in a previous box and hoping that this would work well too. The sample size is tiny though and won't last more than a couple of uses.
Estee Lauder Advanced Night Repair Serum - One of the EL's best sellers and I'm eager to see what it does.
Sebastian Potion 9 - I rarely use styling products but the description has upped my interest. Will use for sure.
Clinique Moisture Surge Extended Thirst Relief - An oil-free moisturiser that works for all skin types. Not happy with that tiny sachet.
Innisfree Green Tea Sheet Mask - My favorite product in the box.
The box also contains a temporary tattoo, a L’Occitane Spa credit coupon worth Rs. 1000 (no use for me since there is no L’Occitane Spa in Kolkata yet) and an Estee Lauder sample card that can be availed at the store.
The My Envy Box October edition is much better than the previous ones but I had expected a lot more. It sure includes products + vouchers that are more than Rs 850 but I'm disappointed with the sachets and the lack of any perfume sample or makeup. I'd really hoped that Vogue would include some makeup at least. 
P.S - Box gifted by the brand.

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