Beauty boxes?

I will admit, when beauty boxes first hit the scene I thought they were a monumental waste of money.

I could not understand why I should be tempted to commit £10 a month to getting my hands on paltry samples from brands I would never be interested in exploring anyway. 

Further to that point, I knew (care of my previous shopaholic experiences) that shops like Kiehl's, Space NK and friendly sales staff at department store counters will happily pass out the samples if you catch them on a generous day - and for that I don't have to pay anything extra.

Some months later and I am slightly less huffy about it. Of course the rational part of me still thinks it's slightly insane to effectively gamble £10 away - and when I see some of the items contained in the boxes I berate myself for being such an idiot.

However, the parcel loving part of me absolutely laps it up. Even if the inside fails to inspire it's the very act of receiving a parcel and opening it up that gets me incredibly excited. And if there are one or two things inside that I am genuinely keen to try out then I suppose I consider it a worthwhile expense.

I am currently subscribed to Glambox.me (my Feel Unique subscription is over as they have pulled their boxes from the market - RIP!) , the only beauty box currently in the UAE, and received the February parcel after a spectacularly stressful day at work. After getting home at about 10pm it was an absolute treat to open/rip apart.

And this was a good thing because the first box was a slightly lacklustre, barren experience with more packaging than content.


In this month's I got a nice variety and a fair quantity. I rate a box that gives a little bit of everything - skincare, hair care, cosmetics and perfume:

  • Karuna face mask - intense skin therapy? I like! Need to find a spare 20 minutes where I can lie flat and treat face.
  • Philip B Peppermint and Avocado Volumizing and Clarifying shampoo - nice...always wanted to try their products and anything mint has my vote.
  • Philip B Lightweight Deep Conditioning Creme Rinse - really nice conditioner so happy days!
  • La Vela Patchouli & Musk Candle - a wee candle and a scent I genuinely like. Burning right now!
  • Elizabeth Arden Pure Finish Mineral Powder Foundation - not enthralled. I have nothing against Arden but I didn't "wow" when I saw this.
  • Elizabeth Arden Face Powder Brush - useful and good to get in conjunction with the powder but I didn't wet myself with excitement when I saw it either.
  • Elizabeth Arden Red Door perfume - hello Grandma! Actually that's harsh - it's a classic fragrance but one that I haven't fallen in love with.
  • Random extra - voucher for Cupcakes at a local bakery. Free cupcakes - not going to hate on them for that.

So the Arden stuff aside (apologies to Liz!) I thought this was a good effort by Glambox. For the £10(ish) fee you get a (slightly over the top) nicely packaged product (that is mailed by courier) and a decent collection of "stuff". 

So what do I think now?

After my experiences in the last few months with both Feel Unique and Glambox I am more of a realist about this beauty box phenomena. I have realised that the contents are highly unlikely to astound us. In fact it would be a miracle if they did.

People like you and me are an informed audience with an unusually high exposure and knowledge of brands and products and so 100% satisfaction at the contents is going to be a challenge. I accept that it's okay and just enough to keep us happy with some quality samples. I think I will continue the subscription until I get bored of the concept.

...my advice?

Well to the companies I would say: for goodness sake, cut down the amount of packaging. In fact I urge you to do so! It feels wasteful and quite honestly I would rather you budget for additional samples than the box-within-a-box wrapping.

And to you? This is not a necessity. It's not food, water, shelter or Hue lipstick. It's a luxury and honestly you could live quite happily without it. I have done for months and other than facing the reams of beauty box posts that proliferate blogs it has not impacted my life one bit. However, just like the daily run to Starbucks, the ridiculous often makes you feel quite good. So, if you are feeling indulgent, pick one company (in the UAE it has to be Glambox as it's the only one - easy decision-making process :)  and try your best to enjoy the monthly surprise! 

:)

So what do you think about beauty boxes? Total waste or a monthly must-have?

Alternatively, what's the most pathetic thing you have ever received inside one of them?:)

NB: I do not get Glambox for free. I subscribed with my own cash. I don't think I will post the contents of each box every month as honestly that can get quite dull so I probably won't talk about them again unless I receive something absolutely fantastic or absolutely terrible!

81 comments:

  1. I didnt realise that Feel Unique had stopped. I like what your saying....maybe I should stick the £10 on the lottery their pretty comparable. Will have to look into Glambox..!

    Liz
    http://www.aspirationsofglam.blogspot.com
    xxx

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    1. I actually love the lottery idea! :)

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  2. I wanted a beauty box subscription for ages but after reading this I think I could probably live without it. I'd rather save the money and buy something slightly more expensive that I will know I'll love! x

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  3. This looks like a great box xx I was subscribed to feel unique as well - oh well ! To be honest I wasnt that impressed with the boxes they sent but Im totally in love with the Amarya Beauty Box - Its Amazeballs , love it xx
    Really love your blog xx Wanted to invite you to check out my beauty blog sale xx Lots of Essie, OPI, Leighton Denny, etc xx Hopefully you get a chance to check it out xx

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    1. Havent heard about that one! There are so many I really can't keep up :)

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  4. AMAZING post! I only JUST subbed to feel unique and while I did enjoy it, I wasn't really WOWED. I think the main point of the beauty box is to give you a chance to try out new products so that you can go buy it. However, as a blogger you come across reviews and posts and immediately feel like buying it without the need for a sample.

    Not to mention I already have FAR too much "stuff", all these samples just clutter the pile even more! Honestly when Feel Unique announced that they've stopped I was glad as I didn't need to phone up to cancel but I did get quite a good box from them! Personally, the beauty box isn't for me!

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  5. Since December, we have GlossyBox here in Austria, and I have to say I love it! Really great samples from Kiehl's, Kerastase, Clinique etc. I get my monthly mascara in it, I'm happy.

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    1. That sounds fab! I love those brands. Long may it continue :)

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  6. I really want to try one but i really don't think i would benefit from it as i probably would'nt use half the products and i would prefer to spend my money on a product that i want !
    Nice post :)

    Beautiful Dreams

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  7. I'm loving your review Laura, it couldn't get more honest and truthful than this! Yes, we could all live without beauty boxes, but isn't it nice to recieve a parcel and open it without knowing what's inside? However, to be honest, I feel a bit fed up with all these beauty box reviews on blogs- so much so that if (when, actually) a beauty box company decides to branch out to my country, I'm not so sure I'll be jumping on the band-wagon!

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    1. It's a bit boring isn't it and yet...I still read them :) haha

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  8. Thank you for this post! It is nice to hear another blogger comment on what I've kept silent on - thinking monthly beauty boxes are a waste of money. I still hold that thought, and probably will not take the next step to trying one out, although I am happy you got to experience the other side as well! I could use that $10 toward a product that I truly want or need. I am not a fan of being a beauty guinea pig and trying out products that are basically no name companies. Does that sounds snobbish? Possibly, but I would like to think it is just more realistic, and just reveals that I am cautious in my purchasing and tend to read reviews and ratings before trying something out on my face/body. It could also be in part that my skin is sensitive & breaks out easily so trying out face masks would be something I would avoid (and that is a product that seems to be in every beauty box from every company every month - haha!) Monthly boxes have been all the rage in beauty blogging, and so at a certain time of the month I see my google reader explode with reviews of the same exact box, the "same" exact photos, and essentially the same exact review in similar wording: "this product is just okay". So, I really do not mean to be grinch-y or bitch-y about beauty boxes, but in all reality, when I'm searching a blog I don't think "I wonder what was in February's *fill in the blank* box.
    With all that being said, I do understand your anticipation & excitment of receiving a box of goodies each month! That experience would be so fun and I'm so excited for you!
    <3 Angie

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    1. I love your comment and I completely agree with many of your sentiments. I have been offered all the beauty boxes for free but honestly I before I didn't see the point as I just wasnt sold on the concept and could not give it a fair chance. I think subscribing to one is fun and a little pick me up for the start of the month. But that's where it ends. They will not change your life - other than make you super frustrated with your Google Reader when you see so many of them around :)

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  9. I've recently signed up to Glossybox, which is £12.95 with postage!

    & So far I have enjoyed the products, and thought it was worth the money paid.

    But like you, its just the excitement of receiving it each month and not knowing what you're going to get that keeps me buying...

    Loved the review!
    I hadn't heard of this box before. I guess there isn't a 'Glambox' available for the UK.

    Laura x

    www.laurasallmadeup.blogspot.com

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  10. I was subscribed to Boudoir Prive for three months and had to cancel my subscription, as I could not justify the £10 leaving my bank account with the gamble of what products may be heading my way.

    I have to admit, it was nice receiving such cute packages once a month.

    Alice x

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  11. I think it comes down to what you wish to spend your money on and what makes you happy. Till now, I'm not really interested in beauty boxes as i think i would be happier putting that money towards something that is actually on my never-ending wish list :) I do agree though that receiving a parcel and opening it is just a fantastic experience for us shopaholics :)

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  12. I'm subscribed to GlossyBox and was going to subscribe to Feel Unique as well but the February was sold out...didn't realise that they stopped the service...slightly disappointed. With beauty boxes, each month can be a hit or a miss...I have had some amazing products and feel that it's worth every penny. Whereas when I receive perfume samples, I kinda feel ripped off since I can just ask for a sample at a counter. But all in all everyone is different and with beauty junkies like myself, I don't mind trying new products and knowing new brands because sometimes you don't want to fork out money on a brand that you never tried - It's always a gamble. With the packaging, I totally understand your point...boxes can pile up and you just unsure what to do with the boxes...I made my own DIY on how to re-use beauty boxes - http://sorjanban.blogspot.com/2012/01/re-using-glossybox-es.html

    love,

    JanBan x

    http://sorjanban.blogspot.com/

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  13. Well in my country there's no boxes yet, we are so behind but, hey what can you do ...

    anyway, did you get the NARS Douceur blush finally? You mentioned you were going to order it, would you recommend it ? :)

    XO

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  14. i think that in one of the beauty boxes that are currently available in spain people there were a pair of knickers. needless to say people didn't like that very much...

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  15. I agree with you, love receiving boxes in my mail... but I've never subscribed to a beauty box service... I just refuse to pay for products I have no intention of using... they would just accumulate and I'd hate myself for wasting my money, even if it's a few $$ a month... it adds up, I'd rather save up and splurge on something from Guerlain or Sisley or Chantecaile (I'm lemming a tube of their Just Skin) or any other luxury brand... but that's just me :)

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  16. Great post! I definitely will be taking a look at this box :)

    http://www.nickysbeautyquest.com
    Xo

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  17. I've never subscribed to these boxes, how do you know what you will get, what ingredients are in them and if they are even suitable for your skin type! Seems silly, I would never waste my money as rather spend more on one product I really want to try after reasearching it properly. x

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  18. I don't know any of these brands except for Arden. That's sad. Great variety on the items though.

    mrsvanity11.blogspot.com

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  19. I often shop and get offered a lot of samples of new products with purchases anyways. So I have always dismissed the idea of having to pay for beauty boxes. In the US, at stores such as Nordstrom and Sephora, they are more than happy to make samples for customers if they wish to try something that is not already packaged in sample packs. Try before you buy is a very common practice and a good one too.

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  20. hi Laura! Absolutely love your blog. The basic necessities line was just brilliant, by the way..nice touch with the Hue lipstick there:) I never tried these boxes simply because they are not available where I currently live (India).But really like the concept, mainly because I feel I could be introduced to brands I'd otherwise never try/ hear about. And the price is very reasonable, so I'd be interested in giving it a go:) Have a great weekend! Although I know it's over in the UAE:( xxx♥,Karine.

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  21. I think beauty boxes should be more along the lines of LFW goody bags! At Bora Aksu they contained three KMS 30ml samples and a 20ml sample of elemis hand & cuticle cream! I'd definitely pay for that and probably go on to buy the full size products.
    Rachel
    @RachelYeeLDN

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  22. The reason I will never commit to a subscription of these boxes is because I can't help but do the maths. A box of samples for 3 months...or £30 to splash on a nice high end beauty product? Rather than spending £30 to try shampoo for 3 months..I would rather just spend £30 on kerastase products at feelunique :( I don't understand this madness. Unless your Bill Gates it doesnt seem to make sense!!

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  23. I no longer feel the need to buy into any of the beauty boxes... thanks for the review :)

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  24. I think the beauty boxes are a waste of money as most the time people get something they will never use, however, its still a nice surprise on you doorstep xx

    www.misslv.com

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  25. Great post! Living in the UK, there are ridiculous amounts of these 'beauty box'company's and to be totally fair, I have not tried any of them. I feel like sometimes you're paying 40% for the box packaging, and the rest are samples; which like you said, you can easily ask for at a counter or you can rely on bloggers to share their expirience with some products and treat yourself to one. I'd much rather save the £10 for a full product :) xo

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  26. I do think beauty boxes are a waste of money however, I'd love the whole parcels with gifts inside. Maybe it'd be worth it if you got more full sized products but it's like you said - you can get samples from the counters.


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  27. I feel like I have way too many samples that I am trying to use up to actually pay $10 (or 10GBP since I am currently based in the UK) for samples! I'd much rather save up the cash and get something I know I'll like. I really don't get the appeal of the beauty box, I guess feeling like I am getting more stuff that I'll need to use up (I'm getting a little OCD about using up products) outweighs my love of getting packages!

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  28. Funnily enough, I wrote a blogpost on the subject not long ago! Why waste your money, in a nutshell, is what I think! http://romanticdreaming.blogspot.com/2012/01/overrated-product-6-monthly.html xxx

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  29. I won't pay 120 quid a year for stuff I don't really want or need, if I want samples it's easy to go and ask for them! It is definitely a luxury but I'd rather spend the money on something else!

    Great post x

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  30. Good post! I was talking about this to a fellow blogger a few days ago. Personally, from the boxes id recieved from Gossybox and Feel unique I think its a waste of money. Theres too much focus on packaging and not enough good samples, or at least samples that id use. Id rather save my money and treat myself to something every few months instead :)

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  31. I currently do not subscribe as I thought it would be a waste of money, would much rather save the tenner and spend it on products I know I like & love. Besides, as you said - you can often get samples for free anyway!

    ...Although I must admit I am a sucker for a parcel through the post! x

    http://kitsch-n-sync.blogspot.com

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  32. I'm in the US where there are multiple options for beauty boxes. After trying a couple of different companies, I've settled on just one (Sample Society). For me, personally, I think it's worth it. Due to an extremely busy schedule (a very demanding job plus caring for one of my ill parents), I don't get out to shop as much as I would like. Getting a box in the mail every month is a nice little treat for me. I agree with you that this concept is not earth shattering or even something that will change your beauty life, but I think it can be worth it for some folks. I don't know that I'll continue my subscription forever, but for now, I'm happy with the service.

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  33. Never tried them..maybe in the future just out of curiosity...but for now .. i can happily live without samples i wont use every month..lol


    xo Stop by sometime:
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  34. I have been gathering information about them for my blog, and have compiled a list of boxes that do US shipping with a bit of information about each, if it's of interest to your readers: http://www.mybunnygoboom.com/2012/02/monthly-beauty-boxes-united-states.html

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  35. I can't believe that people order these boxes, it seems such a waste of money just to get a pretty parcel in the post each month. Of course it's nice to try new products but, as you say, you can easily pick them up freely from beauty counters. I would rather spend £10 a month on a new nail varnish that I know I'm going to love and use. To be honest I find ll the blog posts about these boxes a little bit dull - I think you're the only one who has written anything interesting about them and that's because you're honest about them being a bit of a bonkers concept!

    That said, if you can afford a tenner to get cheered up by a pretty parcel then do it! We girls need a bit of pretty in our lives! :)

    X

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  36. I subsribed to both GlossyBox and Carmine, as they are the only one delivering to Ireland. Like you I did not expect to receive anything really amzing, but the simple fact of receiving a parcel is enough to make me part with my cash.
    Carmine are very good, but GlossyBox disappointed me last month:if I receive a box with five products inside, I would very much appreciate if two of them were not shower gels!!

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  37. Great post - I was subscribed to GlossyBox but finally unsubscribed last month. at first I didnt mind parting with the £10 "plus postage and packaging" rip off but 5 or so months later Ive ended up with all these shitty samples that I dont want and am now having to force myself to use. Then it dawned on me....these shitty samples that I dont want and am forcing myself to use up have cost me £60! Then I felt a little bit sick and unsubscribed.

    Twitter @lauwiggle

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  38. before xmas i was subscribed to 5 boxes, but decided to cull 3 and just get two a month, i decided on boudouir privie, now jolie box and feel unique, now feel unique have finished im subscribed to the she said beauty box, but im not getting anymore and will cancel the she said if its rubbish. to be honest i have more body lotions than i could ever use as its a staple in most boxes. the novelty has worn off and every week theres a new box brought out. if i miss out on a fab product that comes in one of the boxes i culled than i will just buy it with the money i saved from cancelling the other boxes.

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  39. I love you're review of the box.
    Unfortunatly we in switzerland could buy a box for GBP 16.- a month plus shipping and now they even have a new box GBP 35.- plus shipping.
    For me these is to much every month for such a thing, thats the reason why I'm not subscribe to a box, not that I don't have the money, but I can spend the money way better than what comes in such a box.

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  40. I am a Julep Maven (nail polish subscription) and even before reading your post I wondered why would a girl need that much nail polish. You have the option to skip months but even so. Definitely something to think about.

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  41. The concept of the beauty box is so attractive, a pretty parcel every month that's always a surprise, discovering new products you might not have found elsewhere, etc. etc. I was subscribed to Birchbox in the US for 7 or 8 months, intending to eliminate spending on high-end makeup and just stick to sampling what they sent me. A good idea in theory, but you know how no-buys usually go! So in the end I was technically just spending an extra $10 more over everything else. I did discover a couple amazing products, and I did a review on the one box I thought was superb (mainly because I got a really gorgeous full-size product that normally retails for about $30) when I was being good and actually updating my blog. I never really received a box that fully wowed me after that one though, and that was only my second ever box, back in June. After a while the products start piling up, and for my tiny apartment and tiny budget it didn't feel worth it anymore.

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  42. I remember when I first heard of Birchbox, I thought it sounded like such a neat idea, but as soon as they became such a craze, the novelty wore off and I never felt compelled to try it. For me, I have my holy grail products that I love and wouldn't change in my routine, so to be receiving new products every single month would just be a waste of money and would only add clutter. No one can honestly go through all those products! Plus, it's always a little annoying when your blog roll is pretty much spammed with a million Glossy Box, Carmine, whatever box, etc reviews all at the same time! It just gets so redundant and no one wants to read about the same thing over and over. For me, I think I'll just stick to products I actually want to buy.

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  43. I'm gonna have to quote you on the "it's not food, water, shelter, Hue lipstick" line!!!!! Hahaha!!

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  44. I think your completely right. It's a luxury, definitely not something necessary or amazing. I couldn't justify spending £10 a month on samples that I might not even like. Think I will keep my money and hit Superdrug :-)

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  45. I really don't understand why a lot of people are excited about these beauty boxes. As you said, most beauty counters are happpy to give samples, and these are samples that you would want. The boxes simply send random samples that you have to pay a monthly fee for?! I don't get it! Lol! :-s xx

    http://thepinkmacaroon.blogspot.com/

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  46. Hi,

    Well, I am not a fan of beauty boxes. Why? I prefere to get my own samples: drugstores, pharmacies or when I really need I can buy samples on ebay etc.

    I am blogger, from Italy, but writing in polish, my mother language. Last time. Last month, with other 30 bloggers, we made our own blog-box - something like 'secret santa' - every of us bought some cosmetics and send it to the next person. It was fun.

    Here in Italy, I can only choose from one box. And for me, it's a waste of money.

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  47. When I first heard about the beauty box concept I was instantly hooked. I love beauty, I love getting parcels and I adore everything that comes in a box. About now I'm starting to discover that the samples do gather and I'm struggling a little bit to get through them. I've also opened a box in the past only to think "Everyone knows this brand is rubbish, why would you include it in a beauty box??", which is solely a result of my beauty blog addiction and being a blogger myself.
    But I STILL think these are a great idea, not just because of my weird box obsession, but also because it's good to sometimes get a bit of a shove and be forced to try products that are outside of your comfort zone. The only question is, how many of us are actually willing to do that, even knowing that we've just paid a tenner to get these samples?

    beautifulsmudges.blogspot.com

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  48. I once recieved a Stilla eyeliner, a shimmery green...which I wasn't too pleased about. But i went to try it out and it wouldn't even wind out of its bottle - useless. Immediatly unsubscribed to glossybox although sad to do so because I love recieving little suprises too.

    mollyvogue.blogspot.com

    xx

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  49. I really love your honest opinion. I can't get my hands on any of these because I live in Canada, but they seem like a waste of money to me! I agree that the surprise factor must be fun, but they never seem to contain anything amazing.
    xxxx
    Charlotte Couture Blog

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  50. The US has their version: the Birchbox (I just blogged about mine) but yours came with much better items!

    http://genantrends.blogspot.com/

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  51. Great post. I am subbed to four! I have found and got to try some great products I wouldn't usually get to, as well as racking up a collection of things that don't interest me. The boxes are always of a way higher value than they cost too so this is rewarding in one sense!

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  52. I can't get my hands on any of these, but they seem like a waste of money to me! I agree that the surprise factor must be fun.
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  53. This is a great post that weighs up both the positive and negative. I agree about the packaging, so bad for the environment!

    For me I don't have enough money to spare to risk getting sub-par products. It seems these boxes are so hit and miss that I can't commit to it. It must be lovely getting the product in the post if you've got that spare cash, but for me it's just not possible... *sigh*

    xxx

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  54. This box seems to have WAY more in it than any of the boxes I've seen in the US. I had Birchbox for about 4 months and each time got 4 beauty products inside, as well as 1 "non beauty" item, ex. a granola bar. Total waste of $10, but for $10 if I got all this I would be pleased! I did, however, stop because I was getting too many samples and I am really trying to focus on finishing up my products I have!

    xo
    Alyson
    www.crushingonclothes.com

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  55. I finally bit the bullet and cancelled my Birchbox subscription. The content was disappointing to the point of bringing down instead of lifting. Sad day when a package didn't excite. :(

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  56. I've always wanted to subscribe to a beauty box (namely Feel Unique, before they cancelled) but I just could never justify £120 per year on something that I may or may not like :-\


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  57. I've received two of the Glambox packages, my February box didn't include the La Vela candle.. Instead it included a plastic glittery nail with a blue tip and studs.. I'm not sure why they would include one nail in a box but I wish I got the candle instead! I probably won't continue my subscription after March :/.. The Karuna masks are sold at Makeup Etc in Palm Strip, Jumeira.. They sell products that aren't available anywhere else so you should check out their store

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  58. I've posted this comment elsewhere, but my thing with beauty boxes (I don't subscribe, I just read about y'all subscribing) is that they seem to mostly have skin care. If there were straight up TEN awesome cosmetics samples every month I would be so much more interested.

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  59. I'm gotten the birchbox and glambox and I feel they are alright...not super great. I feel like some others said it's just easy to go to a Sephora, etc. and pick up some samples.

    There is however a new "accessories" subscription service that is currently quite appealing to me and begging me to subscribe! lol...Let me know if you've heard of little black bag, and what you think. =)

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    As they're french, we discover french quality brands. I already bought 2 boxes and i really love it!

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