May 2020 Boxy Charm: Product Reviews

I loved the items that I received in my box! I am so excited to share with you what came inside the May 2020 Boxy Charm.
For those who don’t know Boxy charm  is a monthly subscription service that sends 5 full-size brand name beauty products to your door for $25 a month. Boxy Charm boxes are valued at over $120 per box and include free shipping for U.S. subscribers. 

1) Glamglow: BERRYGLOW Probiotic Recovery Face Mask

What it is: A moisturizing mask packed with super berries and probiotics to help repair skin’s moisture barrier.  

Skin Type: Normal, Dry, and Combination

Skincare Concerns: Dryness, Dullness and Uneven Texture, and Fine Lines and Wrinkles


2)Blinc: Black Lash Primer 

Having a good base is the key to creating lashes that look full, voluminous and healthy. blinc Lash Primer – Black helps build a strong and healthy base that makes your lashes appear even more dramatic when you apply mascara.


3) Pretty Vulgar Eyeshadow Primer

One problem with makeup is that it requires several touch-ups throughout the day just to maintain the exact same look you had when you walked out the door.

This is especially true with eye makeup. Eyeshadow can easily shake and fade off as your eyes go through their normal movements. You need something to make cosmetics stay put and minimize touch-ups.


4) Studiomakeup Eyeshadow Palette

The STUDIOMAKEUP Ease to Wear eyeshadow palette displays a versatile color scheme complementing all skin tones for the creation of countless natural and glam looks.

This all-day and all-night creamy, smooth eyeshadow texture glides on and blends with ease, providing true color coverage in a single stroke.


Your hair will love the Daily Concepts Shampoo Bar.

This plant based shampoo bar has everything you need for clean beautiful hair, with NO PLASTIC.

A simple bar, for beautiful hair, with out filling the oceans or landfills with more plastic bottles.

Subscribe now and start to save a lot of money.
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