Allure Beauty Box - March 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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Time for another Allure and a plastic bag.


I really don't know what they were thinking with these bags. They're not recyclable and they aren't very useful either.


Biobelle Botanic Fiber Facial Mask ($3.99) - This mask is a regular in subscription boxes, so I feel like everyone knows what they think of this by now. It's fine for after a dehydrating day to rehydrate but I'm slowly getting away from sheet masks because I don't notice a huge difference after use.


Dr. Brandt Microdermabrasion ($9.88) - I use microdermabrasion products semi-frequently. They're just not something I use a lot because of how sensitive my skin is, but I do enjoy how smooth my face is after use. I usually use them once every two weeks or so.


Mamonde Rose Water Toner ($2.29) - It's a toner., what more can I say? It's a fine product and I did use it (for like three uses) but I get so many that I'll rarely purchase them.


Acure Seriously Soothing Night Oil ($3.90) - I like this to moisturize and sooth my skin, but I hate that it doesn't have any information on the actual container. I've forgotten what this is multiple times when using it and I'm pretty sure I put it back in my drawer because I couldn't remember until now what it was. Bad idea, Acure.


Derma E Microdermabrasion Scrub ($7.50) - This is basically the same thing as the Dr. Brandt above so I passed this one along as I've tried this in the past.


Belif The True Cream Aqua Bomb ($7.60) - I love this one and the gel one, so I always keep these when they come in. They're great for day or night moisturizing and layer well.


Au Naturale The Anywhere Creme Multistick (Grapefruit) ($35.00) - I'm not a big cream blush person because I like a good matte blush and this is huge for a lip product, so I passed it along. The shade is stunning though and I wish I liked cream blushes more than I do.


Swatch: Au Naturale.


This bag was valued at $70.16. It was a decent bag but nothing that blew me away. The high value product wasn't something that I would use so there was a pretty big loss in value for me. 

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

Frankly Kiersten
Frankly Kiersten

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

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