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MyWeeView: Luxe Box Giveaway!


Guess what showed up yesterday (update – I’m a few days late in posting)… The January Luxe Box. The neighbours could hear my Mother and I squeal when the package arrived in the mail. When we opened the package, we squealed even louder – 2 Luxe Boxes, yes, there is a God, I got 2 packages this month. First, I want to make this perfectly clear, I bought this Luxe Box… well my husband bought it for me through my slightly suggestive hints. He purchased a full year subscription for Christmas for me, I like to call it “The Gift that keeps on giving”.

All right, I know why you are all here, you want to know what’s in the January Luxe Box, well, first, there were 2 boxes – oh yeah, I already told you that, but It’s so exciting I thought I’d throw it in there again.

This month the Luxe Box included:
Pur Minerals Foundation Primer
Olay Regenerist Wrinkle Revolutoin
Perfumes – Prada Candy (my Favourtie), Prada Infusion, Nina Ricci L’Aire du Temps, Nina Ricci Nina, Paco Rabanne Black XS for Her, Paco Rabanne Lady Million
Nyx Jumbo Lip Pencil
Seattle’s Best Coffee
Schick Hydro Silk
Fekkai Shampoo and conditioner

I was most excited for the razor and the Prada Candy Perfume and the lip pencil. Despite perfume being a faux pas at work, I do wear some one fancy nights out and I am in love with the Candy. I was nearly out of my last tester and was wondering what to do. Looks like I have a few more nights out on the town before I have to worry about it.

My Mom was most excited about the wrinkle cream. She has amazing skin, I won’t tell you how old she is, but she looks amazing. I have more than my fingers crossed that I have her skin genes.

Although this is suppose to be a gift for me, there was even something in there for hubster this month – coffee! I don’t drink coffee so it was a bonus for everyone. I can’t wait for the February Luxe Box!

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