Cohorted May Beauty Box | Review

Cohorted May Beauty Box | Review


Hi Guys!

My May Cohorted Beauty Box has literally just arrived, and I’m so excited I had to get everything photographed straight away so I could share it with you! This box is easily the best beauty box I’ve ever had, it contains four high end products, and I love them all!

  • Cargo Cosmetics Vintage Escape Eyeshadow Palette – Full size worth £35.00
  • Michael Kors Lip Lacquer in Dame – Full size worth £23.50
  • Dolce & Gabbana Lace Nail Lacquer in Perfection 220 – Full size worth £19.00
  • Too Faced Eyeshadow in Enchanted Garden – Full sized worth £15.00

Total value – £92.50.

Just WOW. I can’t get over how amazing this box is! For £19.99 this really is the bargain of the century! I’ve decided I’m not going to review the products individually right now, instead I’ll just give you an overview of each of them –

The Cargo Cosmetics Vintage Escape Eyeshadow Palette is easily the stand out product here, I’ve been wanting to try Cargo for a while so I was over the moon to find this in the box. It comes packaged in an unusual faux leather casing, with a magnetic closure and an internal mirror. This palette contains a selection of neutral shimmer and matte eyeshadows, and the shade selection is just beautiful. The 12 shades include smokey nudes, browns and charcoals in a range of light through to very dark colours. There’s no shades too bright or out there in this palette, so this would be perfect for natural day-to-night eye looks. I definitely want to dedicate a post to reviewing this palette properly so look out for it coming up shortly!

The Michael Kors Lip Lacquer lipstick is also beautiful, it comes in a metallic gold case, with the Michael Kors logo embossed in the lipstick bullet. This really is a beautiful luxury product. The shade Dame is also right up my street. It’s a lovely deep berry red, with tiny flecks of glitter – perfect for a statement lip.

The Dolce & Gabbana Lace Nail Lacquer looks to be the perfect nude shade. Perfection 220 is a light creamy beige. It looks fairly thick and opaque but I’ll have to try it out before I can let you know my final verdict. The packaging is of course beautiful, with Dolce & Gabbana’s logo in metallic gold over a lace printed lid.

And lastly the Too Faced Exotic Colour Eyeshadow. You may remember one of these in March’s box. This shade is Enchanted Garden, a high shimmer coffee brown shade. Again this looks beautiful, and it’s a completely universal colour so it’ll definitely suit all skin tones. If the formula is anything like  Copper Peony from March’s box, I know I’m going to love it.

Cohorted really have pushed the boat out with this box, I’m still stunned by the amazing brands and products that they’ve included. I will be reviewing everything separately over the coming weeks so please keep an eye out!

You can check out Cohorted’s previous boxes here – AprilMarch and February.

Did you sign up for May’s box? I’d love to hear what you think!

I hope you enjoyed my review xxx

This post contains press samples





  1. Mums do travel
    12 May, 2015 / 8:51 pm

    This is excellent value – I think my favourite product in there is the nail lacquer.

  2. Hannah Staveley
    12 May, 2015 / 9:30 pm

    Such a good box love the look of the items you can get.

  3. Globalmouse
    13 May, 2015 / 2:51 pm

    That really is amazing value – I would love to try out all of those products, great selection!

  4. Sarah Bailey
    13 May, 2015 / 11:49 pm

    These seem utterly amazing box – I always seem to come across them after they have been sent out though I really should look into signing up.

  5. Natasha
    19 May, 2015 / 2:45 am

    Whoa! Whoa! WHOA!! You got some amazing products! Keeping my fingers crossed they ship to the U.S.

  6. Sara-Jayne
    19 May, 2015 / 2:03 pm

    I’ve just become addicted to beauty boxes – I think I need to try this one out!

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