Sugarbash is a quarterly lifestyle subscription box for women that features full-size products. They had previously stated they were not accepting new subscribers for 2018, but the Limited Edition Nautical Summer Box is now available in their shop for$75 (valued $265) + free shipping, and it will renew into a subscription. It may be different than the box shown here.
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Sugarbash recently switched from a bimonthly box to a quarterly box.
The Summer 2018 theme is Nautical Summer.
Included in the box is a tri-fold leaflet filled with photos…
…and item descriptions with retail prices.
I am soooo curious about the box’s contents!
Everything is in its original packaging!
Everything in my Summer box!
TokyoMilk Neptune & The Mermaid: Oceanic Dreams Cosmetic Bag ($14) The design is the same on the back but this is not your ordinary pouch. It has an eclectic yet attractive design, like an art piece that draws you in. It also has a gold chic zipper with a glittered paper butterfly tag perched as if ready to accompany you on a journey.
Coloured Raine “Lovelies” Eyeshadow Mini Palette ($36) I like the modern, electric blue packaging. The palette came in a slipcase with the same design on the cover. Colored Raine brand has 4 palettes overall and I got “Lovelies.”
It is a palette made up of 6 pans that are cool toned. It consists of one foil, one shimmer, and four matte eyeshadow shades.
Usually, you can find one shade that doesn’t work on a palette and that wasn’t the case here. They were all consistent when it comes to formula. It did have some minimal fallout with the mattes but I think that’s just normal. They also blend easily, even the “Love Love” red shimmered shade.
You can use your brush dry or just wet it with setting spray and dip to the metallic eyeshadows to give a punch to its pigmentation. You can even use your fingers to pack it on your lids.
It’s vegan and cruelty-free.
Stella & Ruby Gold Liana Hoops ($42; $48 on the card) The accessories were wrapped in a drawstring organza bag. They are approximately 2 inches in length and very eye-catching. I can definitely see them in simple looks to let the beauty of these earrings shine.
It is rose gold plated with brass casting, which makes it durable but also quite heavy!
It will surely be secure in my ears because of its locking mechanism plus the rubber stop to make it less pointy.
As you can see, it looks stunning and chic. They are quite heavy though and I don’t see myself reaching for them often.
Brevena Intensive Foot & Heel Repair Balm ($49) It’s a repairing balm that helps improve skin texture, moisture, and hydration. The formula softens and conditions tough callouses, ideal for dry cracked feet and heels. It is free of fragrances, dyes, and steroids.
It has proprietary macro B complex formulated with rich emollients to make the balm potent and fast acting. It protects the skin, minimizing friction, and irritation. It’s ideally used every day for optimal results.
Playa Waves Sea Salt Hair Texturing Spray ($15) The sea salt spray is in a giant bottle! It has a weightless formula that brings the waves to your hair without it feeling sticky, heavy, or clumpy. The goal is not to look perfect but to look like you’re fresh from a surfing session. Just apply to damp hair from roots to tips and twist and section the hair to make the desired waves. Allow it to air dry for a nice tousle.
Debbie Martin Designs Nautical Scarf ($42) To complete the nautical theme, we have this stylish and feminine nautical scarf tied with a chic Debbie Martin ribbon. Debbie Martin created this scarf exclusively for Sugarbash.
The design is very beachy!
It’s 30″ x 80″ and made up of 50% cotton and 50% modal. This can be hand washed or dry cleaned just as long as it’s not bleached.
It’s multi-purpose as you can make it as a sarong. Perfect cover-ups while you’re not swimming.
It is long enough to use as a blanket for bonfire nights too!
This box is worth approximately $200! They certainly made a good impression for this summer box. I appreciate that they practiced transparency and informed us of the shipping updates and compensated for the delayed delivery of the home item. They sent us expensive products and offered range in curation from accessories to skin care and makeup. All of them adhere to the nautical theme. I liked the scarf because it’s multi-purpose. Let’s see in the next box if they keep their promise about the home item. Anyway, I didn’t really notice that there was lacking in this box because the curation for this month seemed cohesive without it.
What do you think of this quarter’s box?