I am back with a new offer, once again from Liberty. This time Liberty is back with another beauty kit, just like the ones we came to expect from them, but not quite. The new beauty kit- Living for the Weekend – has to be the biggest one yet. Find out more below.
Living for the Weekend Beauty Kit Contents
Augustinus Bader The Rich Cream 15ml
(MALIN+GOETZ) Peppermint Shampoo 30ml
(MALIN+GOETZ) Cilantro Conditioner 30ml
Dr Sebagh Signature Serum 5ml
Slip Silk Skinny Scrunchie in Dusk
Syrene Aquagel Power Treatment Masque Single Pack
Claus Porto Voga Acacia Tuberose Hand Cream 50ml
Nesti Dante Il Frutteto Olive Oil and Tangerine Soap 250g
Mario Badescu Facial Spray with Aloe, Sage And Orange Blossom 118ml
Decree Deep Cleanse 130ml
WetBrush Original Detangler in Gemstone Marble
Liberty Pineapple Paisley B Weekender Wash Bag
Price and Value
The Living for the Weekend beauty kit from Liberty contains 12 beauty products and has a value of £342.49. The kit is however priced at £100 which means that this kit represents a £242.49 saving.
The kit is out now and can be purchased exclusively here.
I know that now you might wish you would have waited before purchasing the previous one, but then again, one can never have too many beauty products. Okay, you totally can, but when you are as obsessed with these products as I am, it is very debatable *wink. Okay, seriously now.
The new beauty kit from Liberty looks quite good. I love seeing that they finally included a different kind of makeup bag, I am referring to size here. This type of makeup bag or vanity bag or whatever the heck you want to call it, is my favourite type of bag. It is very convenient and you can also hang it up if need be.
In terms of the products themselves, I do not have that many comments on this occasion (argh, I wish I did as you all know just how much I like commenting on every single thing). I like the overall look of this kit and that Liberty started including some other brands as well. Of course, there are still quite a few Liberty to go to beauty brands included such as Malin+Goetz, Augustinus Bader or Dr Sebagh (no one can ever have too much Dr Sebagh in their life!), but there are some Liberty brands (brands I associate with Liberty at least) such as Claus Porto that have made past appearances, but that are not as commonly seen in their kits, boxes, or advent calendars.
In terms of the products I actually used from this kit, you have the Slip Skinny Hair Tie which I do like, but would not purchase on its own. You can read my full review of that product here. And then, you have the Rich Cream from Augustinus Bader which I also like, but I am convinced that the product is not worth purchasing. Seeing it more and more often included in such offers only strengthens that belief. The Cream feels nice on the skin, even on my oily skin it worth most of the time. However, I am not convinced that despite the effectiveness, it is worth the price. Plus, I found that AB products have incredibly short shelf lives, shorter than indicated on the containers, at least from my experience.
Oh, I completely forgot as it was an unexpected addition to this kit – the Wet Brush. This product had a huge exposure a few years back, but fell into the background recently which is a shame. Personally, I am a fan and even purchased a new brush from them last weekend. The more I use them, the more I appreciate their value.
Overall though, I like the kit and would like to give it a go. There are a few product I have not tried before and some that I have and liked, but would not purchase on their own. The price/value ratio is pretty great as well. So yes, this is a kit I would purchase.
Grab the Living for the Weekend kit here.
What do you think about this new beauty kit from Liberty?
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