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Friday, September 25, 2020

Kinder Beauty Box - Starter Box Fall 2020 Review | Frankly Kiersten Reviews

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What is Kinder Beauty Box?: Kinder Beauty is a monthly subscription focusing on beauty products (makeup and skincare). I was started by Danielle Monet and Evanna Lynch, from Victorious and Harry Potter respectively. Each month guarantees a value of $165 with at least two full-size products. There is no specific item count requirement for this box.

How Much is Kinder Beauty Box?: Kinder Beauty is $25/month on a month-to-month basis, $24/month if you prepay for three months, and $23/month if you prepay for six months. The six month subscription comes with a $75 welcome gift (while supplies last, per the website). Use code BEKINDER for a free gift with your subscription.

Like the title suggests, this is the Starter Box. If you sign up for a new subscription, you receive this. I didn't sign up for one as I was a past subscriber so basically even if you stop and restart your subscription, you'll get this every time. Food for thought.

Info card.

Fleur and Bee Eye Cream ($22.00) - This is something that I haven't received yet, and I love eye creams so this was an instant hit. I need so much moisture under my eyes, so this will definitely be used!

100% Pure Bright Eyes Mask ($6.00) - This came in the February box, but eye patches are always welcome because they are so soothing and feel so nice to use when they've been refrigerated.

GLOV Makeup Remover ($12.99) - This came in my January box, so I already have one. I am probably keeping this one as well because I'm horrid at remembering to wash my makeup remover cloths so I need a ton of them. I have started preferring these to using balms for when I just have light makeup on!

Dirty Lamb Ultra Night Serum ($52.00) - I love the Tea Tree Wand by this company, so I know this will be phenomenal as well! I've started using it but haven't had it long enough to know about long-term benefits.

Medusa's Makeup Eye Dust (Penny Wise) ($8.00) - This was a bit of a letdown. It really didn't show up in the swatch besides some hints of glitter, so it definitely needs a sticky base to make it look like it does on their website.

Swatch of Medusa's Makeup.

This box was valued at $100.99, which was good for the $25 cost. I wish it had been clearer that I was going to receive it but I'm not mad about it.

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

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