Luxe Box is a quarterly beauty box curated by the same people behind Topbox. While the regular Topbox only ships within Canada, Luxe Box has a US version as well. Both boxes are $26 with free shipping and are sent out every three months. Luxe Box offers some customization options as boxes are being prepared, usually allowing subscribers to choose a foundation shade or a preference for nail polish, for example.
They have new packaging — the new box is shallower and they have eliminated the drawstring bag.
Everything in my box arrived safely wrapped in tissue and bubble wrap (which I’ve removed for the photo)!
Cougar Beauty Eyeshadow Palette ($17.41) — Cougar Beauty is a British beauty line. This is a palette with various shades of nude. I find the pink to be a bit out of place but all of the shades look shimmery!
Barefoot Venus Intensive Hand Repair ($6.50?) — I love Barefoot Venus! They are a Canadian brand and I love their products. I couldn’t find this style of packaging for sale, as they have a tube size and then a larger tub size. A blend of mango and shea butters lock in moisture.
Youthmud Mask Treatment ($20.29) — I haven’t tried this exfoliating mask from GlamGlow yet. Ingredients include kaolin which draws out oil as well as calendula and camellia which are both soothing ingredients.
Medusa’s Makeup Lipstick ($12) — Medusa’s Makeup has their own subscription as well. This nudey shade is a bit brown for me, but I think it is a great complement to a glammed up eye look for the holidays!
Morgan Taylor — A sparkly yellow gold shade. Great for the holidays! Their polishes are all 3free!
Sweetie Bath Bomb ($3.88) — A peppermint scented bath bomb.
La Ritzy Silicone Blender ($14.00) — A silicone blender for applying makeup smoothly.
Luxe Box tends to go through ups and downs in terms of consistency of quality, which is frustrating. The winter box had some nice items, and I’m happy to see a Barefoot Venus item as well as a new GlamGlow mask to try!
What did you think of the Winter 2017 Luxe Box?