UNBOXED: Cohorted Beauty Box March 2017 Edit (UPDATED)

This may OR MAY NOT be my last Cohorted post here on Jellybluesblog... I haven’t quite decided yet what to do.
I guess I’m worried that if I cancel my subscription now AND there’s something heavenly in the following box then I’ll miss out, and that would be absolutely gutting (wouldn’t it?!). I just haven’t been impressed with Cohorted recently, as the last few boxes over the last few months haven’t been anything to write home about, even if they have contained the odd goodie now and then. I mean, I’m currently forking out £35 each and every month –  which is A LOT of money, and for that I want to be completely happy with what I’m receiving, and right now, I can’t say that I actually am.

There’s one more thing with Cohorted that has bugged me in the past.
SO with your subscription monthly box you also get a little information booklet. This booklet tells you how much your box is valued at, information about the products inside and occasionally it will share a little background information about some of the brands that are inside that months box too. The thing that has bugged me in the past – mainly for the reason being that it makes writing up these unboxing’s posts even more difficult, is that I have seen typo’s in the past, and by typo’s I literally mean that it will say a completely different product in the booklet to what’s in the box. This isn’t often I grant you, and perhaps not a big deal but I don’t expect to see mistakes – I expect to have correct, reliable and accurate information provided.

ANYWHOO, I haven’t left yet.

The current and most recent box by Cohorted is the March 2017 edit, and this box comes with a total value of £71.00, which in all honestly doesn’t really impress me or excite me dramatically, as there has been plenty of boxes in the past worth over £100. There are five products in the box and a couple of discount codes in the little beauty booklet provided too, and unfortunately I can’t say that the contents of this box has had me leaping with joy.

What’s inside?

Living Proof
Healthy Hair 5-in-1 Styling Treatment
RRP: £15.00

“A genius solution that allows you to style and treat in one step.”

As Living Proof is a brand that I’ve definitely heard of before, and in fact tried. I am looking forward to giving this product a go!

Pur Minerals Cosmetics
Secret Crush Eyeshadow Palette
RRP: £24.00

Urban Decay 
NAKED Skin Beauty Balm SPF 30
RRP: £23.50

Hmmm… considering the fact that I am paler than pale, I wouldn’t perhaps of ever purchased this myself BUT with a (fake) tan in the summer, who know’s, this may be a new holy grail?

Vintage Cosmetics
Rose Gold Eyelash Curlers
RRP: £8.50

It would appear that the lowest costing product inside the March box is actually the one that I’m most excited about, as I’ve been after a good pair of eyelash curlers for a little while now.

After Cohorted have been in touch with me, I can tell you that they kindly put one of these nail polishes in each of the March Edit boxes. I’ve been told that as the boxes didn’t get dispatched until a little later than normal, Cohorted decided to place one of these in each box as a little freebie.

What do you think to the March edit?!

‘Should I stay or should I go?’

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3 Comments

    • jellybluesblog
      21/03/2017 / 08:36

      Thank you so much for your recommendation! I’ve just subscribed to the Look Incredible one instead! X

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