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In fact, I have discovered so many wonderful products through them that I might not have found on my own. For just $24.95 a month or a one time box for $34.95, you always count on a mix of full to sample size products that are a higher end and always worth at least $100 in each black bag, which is a deal.
For example, I want to share what I found when I opened up this month’s bag. Take a look below and you can decide yourself because I thought it was another awesome assortment.
Blush Mystery Beauty Box November 2014
1. Lauren B. Beauty Nourishing Hand Creme–Full Size (2 fl.oz.)–$24.00
2. Miracle Skin Transformer Face Spotlight SPF 20–Sample Size (3ml)–$3.25
3. Traditions By Nick Chavez Prickly Pear Restoring Mist–Sample (2 fl. oz.)--$6.00
4. Laura Geller Beauty Cool Lids Cream Eyeshadow in Silver Sands–Full Size–$12.50
5. Skinmedica TNS Eye Repair–Sample (15ml)–$13.00
6. Jane Iredale Eye Gloss (Aqua Silk)–Full Size–$15.50
7. Nuxe Clarifying Cream-Mask With Rose Petals–Sample (15ml)–$8.70
8. Julien Farel Haircare A2B Technology Hydrate Restore for Normal or Fine Hair–Full Size (8.5 oz.)–$33.00
Total Value: $115.95!
The Lauren B. Beauty Hand Cream has a beautiful floral scent in a luxurious feeling formula that helped do away with dryness. Unless you hate or can’t take fragrance in your skin care, you would have to love this product.
I didn’t test the Miracle Skin Transformer Face SPF 20 BB cream yet, but I did try other skin care from this company from a previous bag and really thought it worked well. I am looking forward to sampling this one soon.
I was so glad to find another Nicky Chavez hair product this month. I first became acquainted with this brand through this subscription box when they included the Plump ‘ Thickening Shampoo from an earlier bag. I fell in love with it because I can skip wearing mousse when I use that shampoo for what it does to pump up my curls. This leave-in conditioning spray was also quite nice.
The Silver Sands eye shadow from Laura Geller first appeared a few months back. I was surprised to see the same tube return. Though it’s a fine product, I would have liked another shade.
The eye cream from Skinmedica spread wonderfully without being too sticky or slick.
The Jane Iredale Eye Gloss is a very good eye shadow for how it wears and looks. My only problem with it is the shade of Aqua Silk. I am into more browns, plums, and neutrals for the most part.
The Nuxe Cream-Mask will be wonderful to try soon. But, my face is once again under current skin care testing to do it now. I am a big fan of masks whether they come from a store or my kitchen for improving a complexion.
Finally, I didn’t get to treat my hair to some deep conditioning with the Julien Farel Hydrate Restore only because I just did that the other day. You forgo shampoo and conditioner and use a bit of this instead to revitalize as it cleans for the return of gorgeous hair. I can’t wait to try this the next time my hair is suffering.
I really thought the selection overall was great with the exception of aqua eye shadow. What about you? Have you tried Blush Mystery Beauty Box yet? Do look into it for yourself and those beauty lovers that you're buying gifts for!
*Disclaimer: Free products were provided to facilitate this review--not my opinion.*