LippieBox is a monthly subscription that sends 5 full-sized lip products, including balms, glosses, a lip scrub, and more. This box is perfect for teens or tweens as LippieBox only sends products that aren’t highly pigmented, just totally cute and super softening! LippieBox is $19 a month but you can save with a longer subscription – the price drops to $13 a month with a 6-month term, or $15 a month with the 3-month sub.
Sealed with a kiss sticker!
I think LippieBox is a fun box to receive, they send a variety of different lip products.
I received a product info card with links to the vendors and retail value. NOTE: I didn’t receive My Magical Star Double Bubble Gum Lip Balm but I received a Sun Crush lip balm with a slightly higher value.
The items were wrapped in pink tissue paper and there were pink squiggles to keep everything cushioned. My daughter misplaces her lip balms so we need to replenish frequently and this box lets us do just that.
Everything in the box!
The first product came with a card with a coupon code on the back.
Orange Ginger Sun Crush ($3.75) was a substitute product and I was pretty happy to see it in here, it sounds perfect for summer!
Sun Crush is handmade using organic ingredients like calendula-infused olive oil, jojoba and coconut oils, and beeswax and is flavored/scented with natural essential oils. I put it on before bed and it kept my lips soft all night long. It smells amazing, like a chocolate orange!
Elemental Promise Hibiscus Briarberry Lip Balm ($7) Here is a second all-natural product in my box!
Olive oil, beeswax, and shea butter are some of the soothers.
Sealed for your protection!
The slight tint comes from alkanet root. This drenched my lips in moisture. I love it! I didn’t notice any scent or flavor.
Note Cosmetics Mattemoist Lipgloss in Matnude ($9.99) leaves a matte finish that isn’t drying to your lips.
It has a doe-foot applicator and is easy to apply.
The color shown here (and swatched below) wasn’t quite the same on my lips, it was kind of opaque and was a nude taupe shade. It never felt completely dry though, which was good. Contains macadamia oil so beware if you have nut allergies!
Be A Bombshell Lip Crayon in What the Fuschia ($7) Check out this shade, it looks perfect for summer!
I was afraid it would be too bright but I applied it with a light hand and ended up loving the shade! It lasted for quite a while too.
Sorme Tasty Tubes Sheer Shiny Lip Gloss in Magnetic ($14.99) Sheer, shiny lip gloss says it all!
My biggest problem was simply removing the cap – just pull the darker part of the lid just below the silver ring straight off without twisting.
Then you can gently squeeze the product up and then apply to your lips. It has a pleasant scent (maybe vanilla?) that was light.
Here are three of the products swatched on my arm. On top is the Tasty Tubes, below that is Be a Bombshell, and Note is on the bottom.
I loved the assortment of products that were sent in the June LippieBox! I was so happy to see that there were a variety of products, formulas, color payoffs, and shades in one box. I am excited to try a medley of different looks this month and now I can do that with my new products! LippieBox stated that they are rebranding soon but I’m not sure of the details yet. It looks like this box had products that were more mature, not as juvenile, and with more color payoff than in previous boxes. I’m not sure if that is their new direction or what so stay tuned!
What do you think of LippieBox? Let me know which item you would like to see in your box in the comments!