Southern Mom Loves: Allure Beauty Box Unboxing - March 2019

Allure Beauty Box Unboxing - March 2019

Wednesday, March 27, 2019

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Hey, dolls! I'm here with the unboxing of the Allure Beauty Box for March! This one had 7 great makeup and skincare items from Burt's Bees, Mamonde, Acure, Au Naturale, Belif, Londontown, and Juice Beauty, some full-sized, and I have all of the details. :) Keep reading to see what I got this month for just $15!


I just want to note that I subscribe to this box through Amazon for reasons I noted in my first Allure unboxing. Better safe than sorry!

The products come inside of a plastic cosmetics bag with pretty gold snaps and this month's bag was a milky white color.


There's a booklet inside that tells you about all of the products included, but it also has some great discount codes inside! This month we had:

  • AuNaturaleCosmetics.com: Enter ALLURE19 for 30% off your order, valid 2/1/19-5/31/19
  • Mamonde.com: Enter MAMONDE20 for 20% off your purchase of Rose Water Toner, valid 3/1/19-3/30/19
  • Acure.com: Enter ACURE19 for 25% off your order, valid 2/1/19-4/1/19


First out of the bag was The Anywhere Creme Multistick from Au Naturale in Grapefruit ($35), a neutral gold-pink.

Organic and cruelty-free, this multi-use color stick "will nourish your skin while infusing your cheekbones, lip, and eyes with fresh, purely pigmented color."


Next out was Acure's Seriously Soothing Blue Tansy Night Oil ($12.99 for 1 oz., so our .3 oz. sample-size is worth about $3.90). I also found this for less ($10.98 for 1 oz.) on Amazon.


I've heard good things about Blue Tansy Oil, and as an avid facial oil user, I was stoked to get a sample of it in my box.

From the site: "No need to feel blue with our antioxidant-rich blue tansy oil. A concentrated blend of nourishing botanicals to soothe and refresh thirsty skin. This nighttime oil is used in place of a night cream for those seeking deep hydration and balance."


The sample was a bit odd, though; There was no label, for one. For another, the directions state "Warm 1-2 pumps in the palm and press onto the face, neck, & décolleté" when this is clearly a rollerball. Not that I don't know how to use a rollerball, but it just isn't very professionally packaged. They had to design this box just for the sample size so they could have changed the wording easily. 😬

I also got a bottle of Lakur by Londontown in the shade Brit of Love ($16, but $15.05 on Amazon), a pretty almost-pastel pink in an opaque cream formula that will be perfect for spring.


Next out was Burt's Bees Lipstick in Blush Basin ($9, but found it on Amazon for $5.96) in one of the coolest lipstick tubes I've seen in a while. The color of the lipstick peeks through the beehive design!


From Burt's Bees: "Intense color meets conditioning 8-hour moisture. Full-coverage, vibrant color in 18 shades made with 100% naturally moisturizing ingredients like moringa and raspberry seed oils to help soften and condition your lips all day long."


Next was a sample size of The True Cream Aqua Bomb from Belif ($38 for 1.68 oz., so around $7.60 for this .33 oz. sample).


From the site: "An ultra-lightweight, gel-cream that instantly cools and refreshes skin while providing intensive hydration. This water-based moisturizer 'floods' the skin with a rush of refreshing hydration and minimizes the appearance of pores for soft, smooth, supple skin."

I've heard good things, so I'm excited to try it!

Then pulled out a sample-sized bottle of Mamonde Rose Water Toner ($23 for 8.45 oz., so this .84 oz. sample is worth about $2.29).


From the site: "...This hydrating toner nourishes, soothes and hydrates skin. Infused with extracts from 100% organic damask rose. Multi-purpose beauty water helps prep, tone, soothe and hydrate skin...Damask rose is known for its intensive hydrating and soothing properties and exquisite scent. Early in the morning, from May to June only, trained specialists work tirelessly to hand-pick the highest-quality, 100% USDA-certified organic damask roses used in this refreshing, hydrating formula."

You may remember in the last Allure box post that I got their oil-to-foam cleanser in Rose and their mask in Magnolia, so it's Mamonde spa night time!

Last out was this Juice Beauty Green Apple Brightening Gel Cleanser ($28 for 4 oz., so this 2 oz. is worth $14).


From the site: "This brightening cleanser will reveal a more refined looking complexion. Antioxidant rich and purifying organic botanical juices, sugar cane hydroxy-acids and plant-based cleansers exfoliate and deeply cleanse. Excellent for sun-damaged and aging skin for optimum brightening results."

I hear good things about Juice Beauty, so this is another product I'm excited to try.


So that was the Allure Beauty Box for March! This month's box was worth around $87.79. Not bad for a $15 subscription box!

So far, I'm loving this subscription, so I'm going to keep going. I did snoop around for spoilers for April and I have them for you! The April box is a collaboration with Carli Bybel, and here's what will be inside:

These boxes are really a bargain if you're into beauty products, and if you liked this box, you can still get it until the end of the month here.

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What do you think of this month's box? What was your favorite product? I love to read your comments!

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