Hello and happy Friday! I recently was invited to sign up for Sephora Play. I got the email while I was waiting to board a flight. I quickly signed up, it was very early in the morning, and I was in a hurry. Lately I was wondering if I really signed up as I hadn’t gotten any kind of confirmation.
Well today I got my first Sephora Play package. Woo hoo! I absolutely love it! I got five deluxe samples and a cute cloth bag. Every bag includes a fragrance sample as well.
This is my third subscription box service. I currently have Ipsy and Julep. I’ve had Ipsy since it started, some five or so years ago. I just started the Julep box. The Sephora Play is $10 a month. Sephora Play. Now I’m an Ulta girl through and through, but I have bought a few things from Sephora, but haven’t found the variety like I do at Ulta.
I got a nice variety of items. Plus one thing that stands out is the pamphlet that came with my box. Every item is discussed in detail, and also directions on how to use the products. This is quite different from Ipsy, as you get no info on the products. Also a card was attached that had all of the items listed with the cost of the full size. Impressive. If I make a purchase with this card I get 50 Sephora beauty points.
Here is what I got:
Madame C.J. Walker Scent & Shine Coconut Oil-smells wonderful, can’t wait to use it on my naturally curly hair.
Farmacy Skin Dew Mist-I’m sure my dry skin will love this.
Drunk Elephant T.L.C. Framboos Glycolic Night Serum-description says “resurfaces dull and congested skin.” Yes, please!
Smashbox Always On Matte Liquid Lipstick in Driver’s Seat-a pretty coral color, perfect for Fall.
And my most favorite item is The Estee Edit Flash Photo Gloss-the description says it makes your teeth look whiter, here it is over the matte lipcolor I got, I think it does work.
Last, but not least is a sample of Derek Lam 10 Crosby Silent St.-a soft blend of white musks, and subtle florals.
I am very pleased with this new subscription box, and look forward to November’s box.
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