Influenster Referral

A  while ago I created a post about Influenster.

It’s an online community of people who try free samples and post about them online. When a new product comes out and you’re unsure if you want to try it you have over 2 million people that you can trust for their honest opinion.

I’ve gotten so used to using Influenster that I use it to review the products in my monthly Birchbox and Target Beauty boxes. The more you interact with the Influenster community the more likely you are to receive a VoxBox full of free samples to try

If you’re interested in getting a VoxBox and trying products for for free – follow this link to sign up for Influenster. If you connect your Facebook to your account I will get three entries to win really neat prizes!



Sally Hansen – Airbrush Legs

Sally Hansen

This is a review for Sally Hansen – Airbrush Legs. I received this product free from Influenster to review.

First, the product is offered in five different tones. The one they sent me was “light”. When I first opened the package and put some onto my leg I was worried because it was very dark. As I started rubbing it in it turned orange. I continued to put it all over my leg anyway because that’s the whole point of reviewing a product, right? By the time I applied it to my entire leg the color blended into my skin tone just fine. However, I would have preferred the “fairest” tone had I been given an option. I really liked the smell and light, moisturizing feel of it, just as make-up should be.


In the past I have used the Neutrogena Build-A-Tan Gradual Sunless Tanner. I have very fair skin and will burn within 15 minutes of stepping outside. Needless to say my skin is very pale and almost reflective when I wear shorts. I know someone who uses this product so I decided to give it a try. While I was generally pleased with the results I did not like the smell of the Neutrogena lotion. It also caused skin irritation after I applied it — making my legs feel like they were burning. Definitely not something I would endure for everyday use!

This adds to why the Sally Hansen leg make-up was is nice. It is meant to be used just for those special occasions when you don’t want to worry about wearing a panty hose to cover your pale legs. I liked how natural it looked and the product is actually made to even skin tone and hide veins.

I keep it on for about 6 hours and did not have any skin irritation issues nor did it rub off onto my clothes. In fact when I washed it off my skin felt smoother.

Overall, I would definitely recommend this to anyone who is looking for a light weight product that will boost your confidence.

Just like anything used to even out your skin tone or make it darker, this product needs to be applied carefully.

Application Tips:

  • I made sure to shave my legs/exfoliate (not right before that may cause irritation)
  • Move in a circular motion from ankles up to the top of your legs (to avoids lines)
  • Apply lightly near the ankles and knees (may end up darker in the creases)
  • Rinse hands after application
  • Give your skin time to dry before you put clothes on

Become an Influenster

Today I’m writing to tell you about this magical thing called: Influenster


Influenster is an online community of over 1.5 million people who have provided 5 millions reviews and counting on products you use everyday. Influenster is a great place to research a new product you’ve been dying to try (for me — Sally Hansen Salon Effects) to find out if it really works!

But how did all of these reviews end up on…whats it called again? & how do I know that I can trust them?

Its Influenster, pronouced in-flu-n-stir. You can trust these reviews because they are provided by people who have tried them personally. The company provides active users who have a large social media influence with free products to test and review honestly on their website. Influenster wants its users to provide honest reviews and those who review products are NOT expected to lie simply because they got them for free.

The best part is that Influenster is 100% free to join with no catch at all. As you become an active member in the Influenster community you will increase your chances of receiving a VoxBox. VoxBox’s contain a bunch of free products that match your interests for you to provide honest reviews on.

These are some of the products I have received in VoxBox’s:

Soft Lips Cube, NYC Expert Last Lip Color, Airheads Bites,

Pilot Frixon Erasable Pens, Kiss Looks So Natural Lashes,

McCormick Seasoning, Ludens Throat Drops,

Eco Tools Round Brush, Sinful Colors Nail Polish,

& Celestial Seasonings Candy Cane Lane Tea

Now that you’ve scrolled through this post I bet you want more information on how you can sign up and work towards receiving free products to review. If you click on any of the words in this post that say “Influenster” it will link you directly to their website using my referral code.

Note: Just because you sign up for Influnester does not mean that you will receive a VoxBox. If you want to increase your chances of receiving one you will need to:

  1. Link all of your social media to your account – this will give you a large social media impact and convince Influenster that you have a substantial social media reach to review products.
  2. Complete snaps – these are basic questions about yourself that show up on your dashboard. These “snaps” give Influenster insight into your interests and lifestyle and will help match you with the perfect VoxBox.
  3. Get Connected and stay active on the Influenster website

I love Influenster because it provides me access to millions of reviews before I purchase a product. My favorite part is that VoxBox’s give me the opportunity to try products that I would not have picked out myself — some of which I cannot live without today.

Don’t get discouraged if it takes a while to earn a VoxBox. They have boxes that match everyone. If you continue to contribute to the Influenster community there will be one that matches you eventually.

**If you have any questions about Influenster feel free to comment below! This post does not contain the views of Influenster. I was not asked to write this post on their behalf.**