It seems like I barely get my last review for Birchbox up before the next one gets sent out. This May, Birchbox’s theme is Beauty Diaries and has a little bonus Twitter contest to win full sizes of everything in your box.
Products laid out. The first thing I notice is the fun amika packaging!
Six products this month. Two amika hair treatments, toothpaste, a mini eyeliner, perfume sample, and a sunscreen sample. Read on for more details.
Time for another Birchbox review, and for April, Birchbox had partnered up with Women’s Health magazine to promote this month’s theme of “Tiny Tweaks, Big Results”.
The first thing greeting you this month is a lime green sleeve with a very flexible woman stretching! I don’t know how these products will promote healthy living and exercise, but I digress. With this month’s magazine partner, Birchbox has also sent out a card for a free year’s subscription to Woman’s Health (or $9.99 rebate, which would make this box free)!
My box this month was a monster! It weighed at almost 1-lb, which is twice the usual shipping weight of around .4-.5 lbs. I’ve been liking how they’ve been packing things in this pillow box to protect smaller things from shifting too much.
Five items this month! Not too bad, and I think I received two full-sized items and some good sized sampler items.
Sorry for the late review; wow, it’s already time for April’s Birchboxes to arrive. But anyways… It was March Madness month for Birchbox. I don’t know if I was “mad” about Birchbox this (past) month, but overall, it was pretty solid, little box.
The full contents!
Five items. Well, four plus the beauty extra!
I’m a little behind with Birchbox reviews for the year, so here’s a big open-box, first impression review post for these past two months!
Earlier this month, I received my invitation to subscribe to Birchbox! I thought my subscription would start in January, but to my surprise, I had a December box shipped a couple of days later. What treats did my inaugural Birchbox include?