Brutally Honest Review: November Boxycharm


My Boxycharm subscription is the one piece of mail I look forward to the most each month. November’s box was my sixth one, and I’m not even close to burnt out on it. Each month just keeps getting better and better – and my makeup drawer has never been more fabulous. If you aren’t familiar with Boxycharm, it is a monthly beauty subscription box with at least five full-sized makeup or skincare products. One of the things I love most is that many (if not most) of the products are vegan and/or cruelty-free. I also appreciate that every boxy has a mix of both new and familiar brands.

Check out my review of the different items in November’s Boxycharm below!

Luxie Beauty Quad Eye Travel Set ($32)

Aimee once described the Luxie brushes as feeling like angel kisses, and she wasn’t lying. Not only do these brushes feel incredible on your skin, but their application is flawless. Since I almost always do my eye makeup while stopped at red lights, I was thrilled to have these in a convenient travel size.

Cover FX Illuminating Setting Spray ($31)

Setting spray isn’t a part of my daily routine. However, I’ve long been a fan of the Coola setting spray with SPF for outdoor weddings and events. The one thing I don’t like about the Coola product is how heavy it feels when applied. Cover FX solves this problem and adds a celeb-worthy glow.

Winkylux Kitten Palette ($25)

I love a good palette, and this one’s pretty fabulous. The playful colors are easy to blend and layer for cool smoky eye. And the four finishes – holographic, matte, satin and glitter – make this versatile palette ideal for day or night.

LAQ A & CO. Cloud Lips ($17)

I’m pretty sure there is a matte lipstick in every Boxycharm I receive, but this is the first one that I really love. The berry color could not be more perfect for the season, and the pigment is incredible. And it really does feel light as a cloud on your lips. I’m obsessed.

KNC Beauty Collagen Lip Mask ($15)

This jelly mask is intended to hydrate your lips. I wore it for 15 long, uncomfortable minutes and didn’t feel any different. It does make for a funny selfie, though.




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