There’s no better beauty deal than the Boxycharm PopUp shop! Recently, there’s been some amazing deals in the PopUp shop, I couldn’t resist grabbing a few products at a massively reduced price. I might have gone a little crazy, but there’s nothing better than some good old-fashioned retail therapy to ease the quarantine fatigue.
If you’re unfamiliar with Boxycharm, subscribers have access to PopUp shop sales once a month. This is an option for subscribers to add extra products to their order at a reduces price. Products can be discounted up to 70% off retail price. There’s a large selection of makeup, skincare, tools and haircare items available from a variety of brands. Let’s dive in and see what I picked up from the Boxycharm PopUp shop.
ZEOVA – Blanc Fusion Eyeshadow Palette
This palette was calling my name! I’m a big fan of yellow eyeshadow and this baby has some very pretty yellow toned shades. I wanted to try Zoeva shadows for awhile, but they’re harder to find in Canada, so I had never had the opportunity to try the brand. I jumped at the chance to get a whole palette for only $6.00 USD/$7.50 CAD. Zoeva palette usually retail for around $28.00 USD/$35.00CAD, so the deal was not to be missed! I really like this palette. The shades are mostly neutrals – (except the yellows). The shadows are nice, not super pigmented, but workable. I don’t mind building up shadow if the shades blend out well. The shimmers were nicely pigmented and easy to work with. I can create a variety of pretty soft looks. I have no complaints when I got what I wanted for only $6.00.
Natasha Denona – Blush Duo (Antique Nude)
What a deal this was! I got a Natasha Denona blush set for only $9.00USD/$12.00CAD! This product retails for $38.00USD/$49.00CAD, so the saving is huge on this item. I don’t own many blushes, so I’ve been trying to add some variety to my collection. The lighter shade Renee’s Pastel Pink is perfect for me, it gives a lovely look to my cheeks. The other shade Antique Nude is dark for me, but I can make it work if I use a very light hand. These blushes aren’t as pigmented as I expected, but I don’t mind too much. I have a tendency to apply too much blush. Then, I’m left scrambling to blend it out. I’ve spent less time furiously blending out over applied blush recently because of this product. That’s a win in my book!
Farmacy – Cheer Up Brightening Vitamin C Eye Cream with Acerola Cherry
Farmacy has become one of my favourite brands because of Boxycharm! I love their line of cherry scented products, so adding a luxury skincare item to my collection for for $6.00 USD/$7.50 CAD was great. This product has a thick, smooth texture. It soaks into my skin well and a little goes a long way! It has a very mild cherry scent. The jar is small, it contains 15ml/0.5 fl. oz of product. I’ll use this up over the winter months and hopefully it will become available through PopUp again. This product retails for $45.00USD/$58.00CAD.
Bodyography – Flat Shader Brush
I need more shader brushes. I have so many different blending brushes, but very few shaders – I’m not exactly sure how that happened. So, I thought I should add a $3.00USD/$4.50CAD brush to my collection. This brush isn’t the greatest quality, but it packs on colour and that’s what I need it to do. There were a few bristles sticking loose that I had to pluck out when I got it, but I only paid $3.00, so it’s alright I guess. This brush retails for $8.00USD/$10.00 – I don’t think I would pay full price for it.
Marc Jacobs Beauty – Eye-Conic Multi-Finish Eyeshadow Palette – Fantascene
This is the product I was most excited about! I had my eye on this palette at Sephora for so long. I love the packaging on Marc Jacobs products. Plus, the shades in this palette are so gorgeous! I’m not sure why I hadn’t purchased it already, but I don’t care because I only paid $12.00USD/$15.00CAD for it! The shadows in this palette are dreamy! They’re super pigmented, they blend beautifully, they’re peachy and pink. This palette is everything I need and want all in one! This palette retails for $$49.50USD/65.00CAD, so I’m very pleased with the discount I got.
Sutra Beauty – Mini Tourmaline Ceramic Curling Iron (3/4″. 19mm) – Pastel Yellow
And finally, I ordered this mini curling iron for $6.00USD/$9.00CAD. Sadly, I haven’t actually received it yet, but it’s coming! I have very long hair, so I don’t know how well it will work for me, but I thought I would give it a try. I figure it will be great for travel (someday in the distant future when that’s possible again). I’ll post on update once I receive the product. This mini curling iron retails for $49.99USD/$65.00CAD.
The only downside of the Add-ons is the products ship separately from the main box. I wish they did the PopUp offers a little earlier in the month, so everything arrived together. It also cost $5.00 USD to ship items. That’s not a bad price, but it would be nicer if everything shipped together, so customers don’t pay shipping twice.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again! The Boxycharm PopUp deals are incredible. The deals are honestly the main reason I stay subscribed to Boxycharm. I got $247.99USD/$317.00CAD worth of product for only $42.00USD.$55.50CAD. There’s no way I could afford all of these products if I had to buy them separately at regular price. In addition, it’s a huge bonus to get access to brands I want to try easily with low shipping costs. It’s all popping up roses with the PopUp deals from Boxycharm!
Stay safe out there,
2 thoughts on “Boxycharm Add-On Products (November and December 2020)”
Wow great deals! Congratulations! I didn’t know Boxycharm had those kinds of deals available… that makes it tempting for me to check out. Recently I got a Marc Jacobs lipstick (Le Creme line) on sale at Sephora. I love the formula but the shade is way too pink for me! I want to try more Marc Jacobs products. That palette you got looks great. 🙂
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The deals are so good! It’s the main reason I stay subscribes to Boxycharm. I like Marc Jacobs palettes and this one is my favourite I’ve used. I’ve never tried a Marc Jacobs lipstick before. I’m glad to know the formula is good 🙂