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July 2015 Bellabox Review

by Natasha Abrahams (follow)
Bellabox is a monthly beauty subscription box. Subscribers pay $17.95 per month (including postage) for a box of beauty samples, which includes at least one full-size product. Bellabox is not the only beauty subscription box available in Australia, but it is the cheapest.

July's Bellabox arrived at the end of the month, packed full of skincare samples and two make-up items.

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The July items were:

Neutrogena Make-up Remover Cleansing Towelettes- a pack of seven make-up removing wipes. This was exciting to receive, as it is one of the better and more expensive supermarket brands of make-up wipe.

Neutrogena Deep Clean Gentle Scrub- a 15 mL sample of facial scrub. This was a bonus product that has enough product for maybe one or two uses.

Palmolive Body Polish in Strawberry- exfoliating body wash in a 48 mL sample size. Last month's box had a full-size bottle of Original Source, so I'm feeling body wash sample fatigue.

Mark Daniels Blue Cypress Blonde Shampoo and Conditioner- a sample pack of 25 mL shampoo and 25 mL conditioner to reduce brassiness in bleached hair. A useful product, which matches well to the Bellabox beauty profile I filled out.

No Dirt on Me Natural Japanese Silk Facial Treatment Masks- a sample pack of one facial mask. It contains citrus and pineapple enzymes, both of which I am wary of putting on my skin.

Coral Colours Lip Liner- A full size lip liner in Hibiscus. The reddish colour is strongly pigmented. Sadly this lip liner is not retractable and will need to be sharpened.

Modelco Shadow Stick- A retractable cream eye shadow stick. It is a full size product, but usually comes in a pack of four colours. Mine is gold with flecks of silver, a flattering shade for any eye colour. This product is so easy to use and can be effortlessly blended with fingers. Definitely the highlight of the July box.

The July Bellabox was the third I have received, and so far I am finding that there are too many products such as moisturisers and scrubs, while actual make-up samples are few and far between. I would recommend a Bellabox subscription to those looking for skin care products, but make-up enthusiasts could consider competitor beauty subscription boxes.

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