Favorite Luxury Beauty Products are on Sale in This Violet Grey-Curated Box

If you have a bougie soul but a considerably less bougie budget, then you'll want to listen up, because we're about to tell you how you can score luxury beauty brands at a steep 50-percent discount. While this isn't a straightforward sale, Violet Grey has something perhaps better to offer: an exclusive, staff- curated set filled with skin-care, makeup, and hair-care favorites. You can bet your bottom dollar every item has passed the Violet Code, which means a host of beauty experts, editors, makeup artists, and influencers have given their stamp of approval prior to Violet Grey selling the product on-site.

While The Violet Box Best of Summer costs a pretty penny ($408, to be exact), it's way less expensive than buying all of the products a la carte at full price, which is brace yourselves a whopping $817. And when the box includes well-known skin-care and hair-care brands, like Chantecaille, Dr. Barbara Sturm, Mutha, and Kjaer Weis, the deal is even sweeter. Say hello to nourished and hydrated skin, silky-smooth hair, and a glowy complexion.

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In case you need additional proof that this box is a steal, a full-size bottle of Dr. Barbara Sturm's Glow Drops normally runs you $145, while MZ Skin's Soothe & Smooth Collagen Activating Eye Complex and Mutha's No. 1 Serum will take $143 and $140 from your bank account, respectively. That adds up to a total of $428 from just these three products alone, which surpasses the price of the entire box and get this, there are still seven products that haven't been accounted for. We rest our case.

Without further ado, let's dive in into the nitty-gritty of these expert- approved offerings:

MZ Skin Soothe & Smooth Collagen Activating Eye Complex

Dr. Barbara Sturm Glow Drops (one ounce) are as versatile as they sound and can be used at almost any step of your beauty routine, whether that's after moisturizer, mixed in with your foundation, or over makeup as a highlighter. This pearly formula is boosted by supremely brightening and nourishing ingredients, such as vitamin C, rose and purslane extracts, and sweet almond oil for a glow that just won't quit until you call it a night, of course.

Kjaer Weis Cream Blush Refill

For a hint of sheer sheen on your cheekbones or mixed into your moisturizer, primer, or foundation for an all-over glow, Chantecaille Liquid Lumire (0.8 ounces) uses light-reflecting pigments to add radiance and suppleness to whatever area it touches. Nourishing ingredients such as bamboo, pea extract, and glucosamine (an anti-inflammatory ingredient that may reduce hyperpigmentation) also work together to promote firmer, smoother skin.

Kjaer Weis's Cream Blush won a Best of Beauty Award in the Splurge Category because it lends your skin the dewiest flush and spreads like a dream over cheeks, lips, and lids. Softly tap your leftover color onto your nose (just below the bridge) and on the sides for a cute 'drunk blush' look. You'll receive a blush refill in the peachy-pink shade Blossoming and a sleek, refillable silver compact in your box.

Philip Kingsley Elasticizer

This scentless Philip Kingsley Elasticizer (5.07 ounces) works wonders when it comes to restoring parched, lifeless hair. Use it before shampooing on damp hair at least once a week concentrating on your ends, especially to deliver intense hydration straight to the hair cuticle that won't cause any lingering heaviness but will add major suppleness, elasticity, bounce, and shine.

To really seal in the castor seed oil- and glycerin-infused mask, put on a shower cap and leave it on for 20 minutes (or more) so the slightly heated environment helps open your cuticles for better absorption. After that, simply rinse thoroughly those with fine hair will probably benefit from shampooing twice and then follow up with your usual shampoo and conditioner. If your hair is extra dry and damaged, Elasticizer can also double as an overnight treatment.

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