Target Beauty Box - July 2019 Review | Frankly Kiersten Reviews

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What is Target Beauty Box?: Target releases a Beauty Box every so often. It has now become a sporadic event, so make sure you subscribe to my email updates to know when the next one comes out! The boxes can be seen prior to purchase, and they are curated 100% with products sold at Target, so you can get the products you love.

How Much is Target Beauty Box?: The price has been anywhere from $5-$10, but you get free shipping with your Beauty Box purchase. You will have to pay taxes if there is a Target in your state, though. Every box comes with a coupon for a Target purchase, which definitely makes it worth the money!

Check out what has been in past Target Boxes here!


In a strange contrast, this box was popping at the seams.


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Info card.



Simple Micellar Cleansing Water ($0.88) - I've mentioned before, but I only use micellar water for cleaning off swatches. It used to be my go-to way to remove makeup but I found Farmacy's Green Clean and haven't looked back. I do still have quite a bit of micellar water left over so I did give this away.

Simple Sassy Sachet Moisturizing Face Wash ($1.65) - On the contrast, I was excited to try this out. It's enough to get a few uses out of so that was nice, but it's not my favorite face wash. I prefer something a little less runny to use with my Clarisonic and so I wouldn't purchase.



Acure Radically Rejuvenating Day Cream SPF 30 ($15.99) - It was exciting to see a full-size product in a Target Beauty Box. Because this is SPF 30, I kept it and have used some of it. It's not my favorite under makeup but it's fine on no-makeup days. TBH, I haven't found a lot of SPFs that work under makeup in a way that I like. Help?

Crest Kid's Anticavity Cavity Protection Fluoride Toothpaste (Strawberry Rush) ($0.31) - I'm not super sure why there was a kid's toothpaste in a non-kid's box. I also use whitening toothpaste because coffee is life, so I gave this to a friend that has a kid.

Nexxus Frizz Defy Anti-Frizz Sheets ($0.91) - I liked this, it worked great to help with my frizz on the sides when I wear my hair up. I'll definitely be purchasing this or something like it eventually.


Head & Shoulders Smooth & Silky Shampoo & Conditioner ($1.40/$1.70) - We're both too picky to use this, and neither of us have dandruff.



This box was valued at $22.84. If the kid's toothpaste hadn't been included, I would have thought this was a fine box from Target. Because of that anomaly, it just once again seems like they threw in whatever samples that were about to expire.

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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