Play by Sephora: October 2016

I like reviewing my monthly Play by Sephora boxes. October’s box was pretty good and I really enjoyed it. Let’s take a look at what was in the box.

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Beginning on the left with the pink cap, it is TLC framboos glycolic night serum from Drunk Elephant. It was a nice serum. I didn’t see any immediate results from the sample, but I didn’t mind it. Next, October’s perfume sample was silent st. from Derek Lam 10 Crosby. I did NOT like how this smelled at all. I tested it and immediately threw it out. In the blue box is Madam C.J. Walker’s scent & shine coconut oil. I like putting it on the ends of my hair. The sample size is nice and large too. On the far right is Farmacy’s skin dew mist. When my skin was feeling dry, this was nice to spritz on. Moving to the top, Smashbox’s always on matte liquid lipstick in the color driver’s seat. I really liked this formula and the color is very nice. Lastly, is the flash photo gloss by the Estee Edit. I don’t know how much this gloss actually does in a photo, but it is a nice non-sticky gloss.

I am pleasantly surprised at how much more I am enjoying my monthly Play boxes. If I had to choose between my Birchbox and Play subscriptions, I would choose the Play box. Every month there are six samples and a nice array of different products. I also like there is a perfume sample every month.

Do you get a Play box? What was your October box have in it?

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3 thoughts on “Play by Sephora: October 2016

  1. I don’t remember what exactly was in my October Sephora Play box, but it was different than yours and all of it went in the trash. November’s was disappointing too. I’m giving it two more months.

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