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Monday, January 27, 2020

Allure Beauty Box - May 2019 Review | Frankly Kiersten Reviews

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What is Allure Beauty Box?: Allure Beauty Box is a monthly subscription box. Direct from the website info: "Each box includes at least five editor-curated deluxe-size products, with a total value of at least $50. Our editors select a mix of luxury and indie brands for each box. Sometimes we include a bonus product (or two) from a mass brand as a free gift to you." They define deluxe items as anything that you can get three uses out of but they also consider a single face mask a deluxe item.

How Much is Allure Beauty Box?: Allure Beauty Box is $15/month. If you sign up now, the website says you'll get your first box for $5 off.

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Oh yikes, tanning stuff.

This bag is super bright. I think my mom kept it, but I'm not sure.

Nunzio Saviano Anti-Frizz Sheet ($2.40) - I did keep these (I have received more since) and I do like them for the winter when my hair is super static-y. Would recommend.

Laneige Water Bank Moisture Cream ($6.08) - I love the Laneige Water products. They're so moisturizing and feel so good on the skin, highly recommend.

Modelco Eyelites Metallic Eyeshadow (St. Barts) ($7.38) - I'm not the biggest fan of liquid eyeshadow products, so I passed this along. It's a gorgeous shade and I wish I had more of a use for these, but my eyelids are just way too crease-y.

Laritzy Cosmetics Lip Gloss (Vibe) ($16.00) - This is a really comfortable lip gloss to wear. It's not super sticky and it's gorgeous over a deeper lip shade that you want to lighten and tone down. I did end up keeping this, surprisingly. 

St. Tropez Self Tan Purity Bronzing Water Gel ($13.13) - Pass. I don't tan.

Lue by Jean Sea Erase Cleansing, Exfoliating, & Brightening Powder ($15.00) - This is an interesting product. You just add some water and layer it on your face, let it dry and it pulls away the dead skin without causing microtears or any other typical exfoliating issues.

St. Tropez Tan Applicator Mitt ($6.50) - I extra don't tan. I'm fine being pale, tanning sounds like a lot of work.

Swatches L-R: Modelco, Laritzy.

This bag was valued at $66.49. It seemed a little lacking for me, but let me know what you thought about it. I'm curious if I'm biased because one of the header products was a tanning product and that's just not me.

As always, let me know what you thought of this month's bag in the comments below!

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