The Blush Mystery Beauty Box
There are a lot of subscription boxes out there. If you’ve never had the chance to check out My Subscription Addiction, you’ll be amazed at all the different types there are out there. Here at full clutch, we tend to focus on the beauty aspect of things, and that’s the box I’m focusing on today. The Mystery Beauty Box from Blush.com. At $25 per month ($35 if you don’t actually subscribe and make it a one time purchase) it’s a great value, as long as you actually can use all the products. Everything that arrived in the box this month pretty much has applicable use for me. And if there are items that I don’t end up using, I have some great stocking stuffers for my girlfriends!
Expect reviews in the coming months of these products. In the meantime, here’s what was included:
A multi-use highlighter pencil, you can use this pencil to highlight any contour on your face, use it to conceal, or as a primer for shadow. Quite the multitasker! Received a full sized product.
A pretty pinky-peach polish that should be universally flattering. Butter London is known for quality. Received a full sized product.
The card that came with my mystery box said this should be Karin Herzog Vita-A-Kombi 1, but I was sent the Vitamin H Face Cream. I’m not complaining, this stuff is really nice, but really pricey. Received a sample sized product.
The color in the picture above is translating darker than the actual product. A shimmering mineral highlighter, perfect for creating “glowing” skin. It uses a “Prismatech” formula (who made up that word?) that combines “all of the benefits of baked, cream and liquid makeup with dazzling color and an innovative texture to allow for a smooth application and brilliant blendability.” Received full sized product.
This lightweight, non sticky gloss adds iridescence and sparkle. No smell or taste to speak of. Received full sized product.
After a long summer of sandals, all our feet can probably use some deep moisture. This product can also be used on hands and elbows during the winter months. Received a full size product.
Talika Lipocils Expert – $57
A lash enhancer that helps growth, darkens, and adds curl. Since I’m currently testing SmartLash, I’ve tapped our friend Amber to give this product a go and see what she thinks. We’ll check in with her after 4-6 weeks. Received a sample size product.
Primer, tinted moisturizer, sun-protector, and mattifier, Miracle Skin Transformer for face is similar to a BB or CC cream. If you suffer from dry skin during the winter months though, you might want to skip it. It’s made my skin feel a bit too dry in the past. You might have better luck with Miracle Skin Transformer Body. But this product is really well reviewed, so do take my advice with a grain of salt.
Not bad for 25 bucks, right? Stay tuned in the weeks to come for reviews on most of these products!