April Birchbox

April Birchbox was filled with new, fun things. An eyeliner when I was in dire need, a color changing nail polish and a lotion that helps honeybees!

Color Club Gala's Gems Collection *****

Ruby Wing nail polish

I got my first Color Club polish a few Birchbox's ago and fell in love with the brand. The color goes on smooth and stays looking nice for at least a week. Oh, and some change colors in the sun! This polish changes from the color in the bottle, to the color of the sticker on the top. Yes, it really works, and yes it is awesome! This polish isn't the most drastic color change, but it's just noticeable enough to be really fun. Especially now that the sun is out everyday! High fives for summer.

Paula's choice Skin Perfecting 2% BHA Liquid Exfoliant *

Skin Perfecting Exfoliant












To be honest ... I'm still not quite sure what this does. It promised to perfect my skin if I used it on a clean and toned face. If anything, it reminded me to use my toner every day. Which is definitely a plus, but at $23.00 a bottle, it's not worth it. Sadly, I don't see this product doing much of anything for my skin.

BeKind Body Lotion ****

BeeKind Body Lotion












This lotion feels great, smells great AND every purchase from the BeeKind brand helps support a healthier honeybee population. You can feel you skin start absorbing the hydration as soon as you put it on. Who wouldn't want to help the honeybee's while also using a lotion that really works? I may have to purchase this one once I run out of my stockpile of gifted lotions.

Sumita Eye Color Contrast Eyeliner **

Sumita eye liner

I was in desperate need of eyeliner when this showed up in my birchbox. It glides on smooth, lets you create a thin or thicker line, and stays on throughout the day. It's somewhere between a pencil and a gel. The down side ... I used up the sample within a couple days, so I doubt the full size product would last me very long! I've since bought an ink pot eyeliner instead.

KIND Healthy Grain Bars *****

Yes, this is an empty picture. I ate the Kind bar (with chocolate and cherry pieces) way before I had a chance to take a picture of it, and it was delicious. I was already a fan of Kind bars, they use real fruit and nuts and mostly honey to stick everything together. Kind bars are easy to grab at stores around me, so I doubt I'll buy them on birchbox, but I appreciate the sample!

That's all for now, stay tuned for my May Birchbox--it should be arriving any day now! And check out my February Birchbox review.