Play! by Sephora Review – July 2017


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Play! by Sephora Review - July 2017
Play! by Sephora is a monthly subscription box program. Each month subscribers will receive a box of deluxe samples, along with an exclusive PLAY! BOOK — packed with helpful advice — and a PLAY! PASS to redeem in store for a free one-on-one learning session with a beauty expert. The six product samples in your PLAY! by SEPHORA box are from the same prestige brands Sephora carries in store and online, and they are sized to use multiple times.

Play! by Sephora
Cost: $10/month.
Ships To: United States
Coupon Code: N/A

Play! by Sephora Review - July 2017
Play! by Sephora ships via USPS.  All Play! by Sephora, boxes should arrive between the third and fourth week of each month.

Play! by Sephora Review - July 2017
Sephora packages monthly shipments into a bag that matches that month’s theme.
Play! by Sephora Review - July 2017

Play! by Sephora Review - July 2017

Play! by Sephora Review - July 2017

The July 2017 Play! by Sephora theme is “Glamp Out” and included the following items:

~IT Cosmetic Superhero Elastic Stretch Volumizing Mascara (5mL) ($13.30): Ohhh, love!  IT Cosmetics makes the best CC ever, and this mascara is pretty fabulous as well.  It’s crazy volumizing and doesn’t clump.  The brush does a great job separating the lashes, and I didn’t feel like I needed to use a separate brush to “fix” my lashes after applying this.

Play! by Sephora Review - July 2017

Play! by Sephora Review - July 2017

 

~Peter Thomas Roth Cucumber Gel Mask (30mL) ($10.40): The Cucumber Gel Mask Extreme Detoxifying Hydrator works best at correcting dryness and redness.  It’s a fix for skin irritated by sunburn, peels, super strong facials or waxing.  It did feel quite soothing after a hot day, but I am not sure that I would spend $52 for a full-size of this.

Play! by Sephora Review - July 2017

~Madame C.J. Walker Beauty Culture Dream Come True Wonderful Deep Conditioning Masque (1.25oz) ($6.67): This mask works to deep condition and rehydrate dry, damaged, or color-treated hair.  That is ME!!!  I applied it for 15 minutes (as per the instructions) and then rinsed with cool water.  I *probably* could still use a haircut, but my ends are looking better already!

Play! by Sephora Review - July 2017

 

~Clinique Chubby Stick Moisturizing Lip Colour Balm in Woppin Watermelon (No Size List) (~$8.50): This doesn’t have a size listed, but I am estimating it to be about half of the full-size.  The information card calls Clinique Chubby Sticks a cult-favorite, and I’d agree.  I think just about everyone has tried one at some point.  Woppin Watermelon is a sheer, barely there, pink.  Very subtle.  Very pretty.

Play! by Sephora Review - July 2017

 

~Ren Evercalm Global Protection Day Cream (15mL) ($13.50): Ren’s Day Cream is a nice solid everyday moisturizer.  It’s not too light or too thick and is formulated without Parabens, Sulfates, and Phthalates. The only thing that could really make this better would be if it had a built-in SPF!

Play! by Sephora Review - July 2017

~Guerlain Mon Guerlain (0.7mL) ($1.32): This was really the only miss of the box for me.  It’s a “warm and spicy” scent, which isn’t what I learn towards in summer months. The main notes are Jasmine, Lavender, and Vanilla – all of which I like, so maybe I will try this again when it cools down.

Play! by Sephora Review - July 2017

All totaled my July 2017 Play! by Sephora (I received Box #064 – see all variations here) had a value of just about $54.  That’s a great value, and I loved this month!  It fit my profile much better than last month’s box did that’s for sure.

What did you think of the July 2017 Play! by Sephora?  If you are interested in subscribing (and you probably should be because their boxes are great), you can check them out here.

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Jennifer is the author and founder of Subscription Box Ramblings. She first discovered subscription boxes in 2012 and has been addicted since. Current favorites include Popsugar Must Have Box, Boxycharm, Mommy Mailbox and Rachel Zoe Box of Style.

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