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Wednesday, March 4, 2020

Allure Beauty Box - November 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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After I worked so hard to get that primer, it shows up in a box. Rude.

Bliss That's Incredi-Peel Pads ($7.33) - I previously reviewed this here and have since fallen in love with peel pads. I use them at least a couple of times a week and love how my skin looks and feels after I use them! This isn't my favorite out of the ones I've tried, but I do like this one and kept some of the individually wrapped ones for travel. Like I travel.

E.L.F. Poreless Putty Primer ($8.00) - I looked high and low for this and finally was able to get it from Ulta online. I like this and like the Tatcha one that this is supposedly a dupe for, it's great for around my nose. I did give this one in particular away but only because I already had it!

Vichy Charcoal Mask ($3.94) - I ended up giving this away because there's only so many charcoal masks one person can humanly own. I have tried it before and like it for oily spots but it's too drying for the dry spots.

Tarte Color Splash Lipstick (Berry Mojito) ($21.00) - I love the formula of these but it's not a shade for me, so I passed this along after swatching.

Freeze 24-7 Anti-Aging Eye Serum ($52.90) - This is a fine eye serum but there's zero way I'd spend that much money on an eye serum, or any other skincare product.

Curology The Cleanser (Unavailable individually for sale) - I've considered signing up for Curology, is that something you'd be interested in me reviewing? I liked this cleanser enough to consider at least the trial, just to see if it works.

Swatch of Tarte.

This box was valued at $93.17, which is great for the cost of the box. I liked it just fine, it had a good array of products and wasn't too specific in one area.

As always, let me know what you thought of this box in the comments below!

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