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Allure Beauty Box - April 2020 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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Sometimes I struggle with what to put in these openers. I'm not sure what's funny anymore, life is strange.


Eva-NYC Mane Magic 10-in-1 Primer ($2.00) - I love this hair primer so I definitely kept it. It leaves my hair smelling good over the straightener smell and I have found it helps protect as well.

Purlisse Matcha Green Tea Antioxidant Sheet Mask ($8.00) - I've stopped using sheet masks so I passed this along.

Thrive Causemetics Lip Liner (Kackie) ($20.00) - I don't need a brown lip liner so I didn't even swatch this so I could give it away.


Lue by Jean Seo Balance Hydrating & Calming Serum ($15.00) - I'm still trying to figure out what serums do but I liked how this left my skin feeling and I'll continue using it.

Akar Balance Toner ($22.92) - I would literally never spend this much on a toner, but I'll use it up!

Viktor & Rolf Flowerbomb ($20.40) - Flowerbomb is my second favorite perfume and I'm happy to have this in my collection. I had a tiny little sample from a Sephora sampler but it was almost used up, and I definitely wanted more.

Dr. Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Color Correcting Treatment ($5.20) - I like this for my eyes, but I don't have a ton of experience with color correctors to know what all I should be looking for.


This box was valued at $93.52, which is really good for the cost of the box. I liked most of the products and would only have a complaint about the lip liner not being a typically wearable shade.

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

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