A few weeks ago I came across an american natural and organic online store called Spirit Beauty Lounge (the dreamy name alone draws you in..) focused on high quality, high performance beauty products, without the unnecessary chemicals. I spent a good few hours browsing the site (of course), and discovered they have an amazing sampler system allowing you to choose 9 samples from their website. The choice is all kinds of amazing, nearly everything on the site is available as a sample, from foundation and lipsticks to facial oils and hairspray.
The price of the kit is $25 (around £15) and international shipping is free, so of course I was all over it, there's no better excuse than free shipping!

I planned out exactly what I wanted as when you click "order a sample" you can't then edit or remove that sample from your list, so make sure you know exactly what you want unless you want to start again! 
In the end I chose 5 makeup, 2 hair and 2 skincare samples. It was a really tough decision and I already have my next list prepped for another order! I really want to try lots from the Kahina range.

From completing checkout my order took 8 days to arrive, not too bad when the shipping was free! Plus it came wonderfully packaged, complete with a lollypop. The sample's themselves are all manufacturer provided so everything is hygienic and quite generously sized. Things like the cream blush & highlighter are going to last me ages as you only need tiny amounts. The foundations samples are perfect for getting at least one full face application, probably more. The haircare samples were the most generous with the tiny Rahua hairspray bottle actually having the best spray for any spray bottle I have ever used, I feel like I may decant my usual salt spray in there as it gives such a perfect fine mist, or maybe toner! 

I'm actually really pleased with my little sample order, it was a lot of fun trying out some new natural brands from across the pond! (though you can get most of them here in the UK, the prices can be a lot steeper though)  Does this seem like something you would ever try out?