Allure Beauty Box Review – January 2017 1


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Allure Beauty Box Review - January 2017
The Allure Beauty Box includes five or more deluxe-sized beauty products every month. Boxes are curated by the editors of Allure magazine and include a special-edition “mini magazine” chock full of the most trusted product reviews you’ve come to expect from Allure.

Allure Beauty Box
Cost: $15/month
Ships To: Continental US.
Coupon Code: N/A

Allure Beauty Box Review - January 2017
Allure Beauty Box
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Allure Beauty Box Review - January 2017

This box was packed full!

Allure Beauty Box Review - January 2017

My January 2017 Allure Beauty Box included the following items:

~Doucce Freematic Eye Shadow ($35): This special-edition palette has four shadows to help you create the ultimate smokey eye.  The quad included a shimmery plum, a matte black, a pearly white and a slate gray.  The shadows are great and can be applied wet or dry, but what’s even better is that the palette is magnetic.  You can switch out the shades and put any magnetic shadow pot you want in it!
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Allure Beauty Box Review - January 2017

~Oscar Blandi Pronto Dry Shampoo Invisible Spray (1.4oz) ($11): I love dry shampoo, and Oscar Blandi is one of my favorites.  It smells of “lemon verbena with a hint of sweet floral” and does a great job of soaking up excess oil.  It doesn’t leave any weird white residue either, which is key!
Allure Beauty Box Review - January 2017

~Sigma E70 Medium Angled Shading Brush ($16): This brush is synthetic and cruelty-free.  It’s firm and perfectly angled to get right in those eyelid creases.
Allure Beauty Box Review - January 2017

~Dr. Brandt Microdermabrasion (0.25oz) ($9.88): This “helps diminish the appearance of fine lines, acne marks, and skin discolorations.”  I love getting items like these in subscription boxes.  I have tried this in the past and loved it.  It’s not crazy harsh, but it works!  It really works.  It gets rid of that top layer of dead skin and makes you glow!
Allure Beauty Box Review - January 2017

~Burt’s Bees Lipstick in Blush Basin ($8.99): This gives you the cover of a lipstick with the moisturizing power of a balm.  The packaging is made from 60% recycled plastic, and the lipstick is formulated without parabens, phthalates, mineral oil or petrolatum.  You know I don’t generally love lipstick, but I do love this.
Allure Beauty Box Review - January 2017

~Biobelle Facial Mask in #iwokeuplikethis ($4.99): This mask is free of GMO’s, parabens, gluten, and phthalate. It’s supposed to “enhance your skins natural glow.”  It was a tad drippy but smelled amazing.
Allure Beauty Box Review - January 2017
~Swatches:
Allure Beauty Box Review - January 2017

All totaled my January 2017 Allure Beauty Box had a value of $85.86.  I added it up a few times to just make sure that was right because the value was just so amazing.  Once again, Allure knocked it out of the park this month!

Did you get the January 2017 Allure Beauty Box?  What’d you think? If you are interested in ordering (your subscription will begin with the “first available box”), you can get signed up here!


About Jennifer

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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