Play! by Sephora Review – March 2017 4


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Play! by Sephora Review - March 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 - March 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 - March 2017

Play! by Sephora Review - March 2017

All of the products ship inside a drawstring bag that coordinate with that month’s theme.

Play! by Sephora Review - March 2017

Play! by Sephora Review - March 2017

The March 2017 Play! by Sephora theme is “The Glam Team” and included the following items:

~GlamGlow GlowStarter Mega Illuminating Moisturizer (Nude Glow) (7mL) ($6.86): I love GlamGlow products, but had only tried their masks and scrubs before this.  GlowStarter is a basically a BB cream/highlighter in one.  I love the smell, but if you don’t like orange scented things you won’t like this one bit!
Play! by Sephora Review - March 2017

 

~Algenist Reveal Concentrated Lumizing Drops (0.23 fl.oz) ($17.48): This is a bit too much for me to wear alone, however, mixed with a BB cream or even plain old moisturizer for just a little glow would be fantastic.  It is formulated without Parabens, Sulfates or Phthalates and works for all skin types.

Play! by Sephora Review - March 2017

 

~Benefit Watt’s Up (0.08oz) ($7.27): This blends easily, and the color will work well for me as a highlighter and as a shadow.

Play! by Sephora Review - March 2017

 

~Make Up For Ever Artist Shadow Eyeshadow and Powder Blush (0.7g) ($6.68): I received this in the I544 shade, which is called “Pink Granite” and is described as a warm taupe with a pearl finish.  This isn’t a color I would pick based just on the name alone, but in person it’s stunning.  A neutral without being boring.

Play! by Sephora Review - March 2017

Play! by Sephora Review - March 2017

 

~Living Proof Full Dry Volume Blast (3oz) ($15): This gives instant volume, fullness, and texture.  It’s pretty darn amazing. I have straight (flat) hair, and this worked like a charm. It’s also free of Parabens, Sulfates, and Phthalates!

Play! by Sephora Review - March 2017

 

~Atelier Cologne Clementine California (~$2): This scent is a blend of Clementine, Mandarin, Juniper Berries, Star Anise, Sichuan Pepper, Basilica, Vetiver, Sandalwood, and Cypress.  I love the scent, but wish it had a sprayer!

Play! by Sephora Review - March 2017
~Swatches:
Left: Make Up For Ever Artist Shadow Eyeshadow and Powder Blush (Pink Granite)
Center: Algenist Reveal Concentrated Lumizing Drops
Right: Benefit Watt’s Up

Play! by Sephora Review - March 2017

All totaled my March 2017 Play! by Sephora had a value of $55.29.  This box does have variations (based on your profile), so you may receive different items in your box.  Play! does not disappoint and I was thrilled with this box.  It was a little heavy on the highlighter products, but they sent all great ones so I can deal with it.

What did you think of the March 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.


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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4 thoughts on “Play! by Sephora Review – March 2017

  • Medea Outing

    When will Hawaii Sephora Shoppers be able to subscribe to Sephora’s Play Subscription Box? Why can’t Hawaii Sephora Shoppers subscribe anyway??? I’ve lived in Hawaii for 16 years and I have shopped at the many Sephora locations on Oahu since moving here (to Hawaii). Hawaii is part of and belongs to the United States ??. It is a United States territory since 1898 and became the 50th state in August 1959. The same services Sephora provides to its patrons in the Continental United States should be afforded to the patrons of United States territories like Hawaii.