Kinder Beauty Box - September 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). 


I wasn't even sure if I was going to get this or not, it shipped super late in the month. Not made about getting it, though!

Info card.


Pixi by Petra Hello L.A. Angel ($22.99) - I was thoroughly shocked by this palette. It's super creamy and pigmented but blends out nicely. For $23, this is a bomb face and eye palette.

INIKA Organics Lipstick Crayon (Rose Petal) ($25.00) - I thought this was going to be too dark for my liking, until I swatched it. Holy poop, this is a good lip crayon, super creamy and wears nicely and it's such a good shade of dark pink.


Ettitude Bamboo Silk Eye Mask (Blue) ($18.00) - I don't typically wear eye masks because they make me feel like I'm being suffocated, but I do use them when I'm having really bad anxiety (which is weird). This is super soft and does feel nice, which is nice!

Inna Organic Frankincense Rich Revitalizing Eye Mask ($4.99) - These are good to help the bags the morning after sleepless nights. I keep a couple in the refrigerator for just that moment. 

Timeless Organics Intense Moisture + Vitamin E Facial Cream ($29.99) - This is a fine moisturizer, nothing particularly jaw-dropping but I'd pay around $30 for it.


Swatches L-R: Pixi by Petra, INIKA


This box is valued at $100.97. It was such a good box and a good mix of makeup and non-makeup products! I especially loved the palette and could easily see this being a makeup bag item, if we ever get to go places again.

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

Frankly Kiersten
Frankly Kiersten

A lifestyle blog focusing on makeup, subscription boxes, and nail polish.

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