Within the last month or so Sephora debuted their beauty box Play!, which contains their monthly favorites. When I received the introductory email I was definitely on board and for $10 per month, why not!! This box is probably no different than other subscription boxes out there, but for beauty junkies (like myself) I think that this is an awesome noncommittal way to test products without spending too much on something that doesn’t work or fall in love and end up purchasing the full sized product.
The package so eye catching and consistent with the brands color palette. Since this is my first box I’m not sure if the design will change at all. A booklet also came with the box that describes each featured item and a blurb about the company behind the product. The booklet also offers products to complement each item in the box.
The April box consisted of 6 products (3 skincare, 1 lipstick, and a fragrance):
Milk Makeup Sunshine Oil: Citrus blend of eight moisturizing oil for hydrating the face, hair, and body.
Sunday Riley Good Genes Treatment: Rich, high-performing, treatment to brighten and exfoliate the skin to reduce the look of fine lines, dark spots, and hyper pigmentation.
Clinique Prep-Start Eye Cream: Hydrating and brightening cream that refreshes the under eye area with a blend of peptides. Works under and over makeup.
NARS Satin Lip Pencil in Rikugien: Creamy, vitamin-enriched lip pencil in a dusty rose shade.
Sephora Collection Colorful Cheek Ink Blush Gel in Peony: Long-wearing gel stain that can go on sheer for a natural flush of color or heavier for a bold pop of color.
Derek Lam 10 Crosby 2AM Kiss: Scented with a blend of salty wood and crystalized amber.
I can’t wait to dig into the items in this months box, especially the Clinique Prep-Start Eye Cream ‘cause your girl needs some fast acting de-puffing eye cream STAT! I’m also looking forward to the Sunday Riley Good Genes Treatment to help fade some of my dark spots.
Have you subscribed to Sephora Play!? If so, let me know what you think below.
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