List of beauty subscription services

Kansashalo

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Sep 10, 2006
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On tumblr, I ran across this list of all the different beauty subscription services that are out there (there is even one for pets). Just thought I'd pass it on for those that are interested in trying something else.

http://www.tumblr.com/tagged/beauty-subscriptions

Beauty
Eco-Friendly
For Men
  • His Black Box ($12/month) Availability: United States, Canada
  • MaleBox (Not yet launched) Availability: Unknown
  • Hiskit ($12/month) Availability: United States
  • MyPlatinumBox ($10/month) Availability: United States

Other Monthly Subscription Services
Handmade Products
  • Umba Box ($26/month) Availability: United States
For Pets
  • BarkBox ($25/month) Availability: United States
 

BellaLuella

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Oct 1, 2006
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a thread to enable awesome lol! Thanks so much. Anyone join Influenster VoxBox?
 
Nov 8, 2009
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Brilliant! I was wondering what else was available in Aus, BellaBox wasn't that good.

FYI, the BeautyBox link says it's going to an untrusted connection.
 

dezzila

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Jan 30, 2012
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I recently came across two more monthly beauty subscriptions that are new and available in the US...

Beauty Bar Sample Society: $15.00 monthly http://beautybar.com/samplesociety
It is with Allure, so I thought I would give it a shot :smile:

and

The Look Bag
: $10.00 monthly
http://thelookstore.com/subscription
I haven't heard anything about this one, only one review that someone got the box for free, so I am skeptical to sign up for this one.
 

carousel eyes

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Dec 4, 2008
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Glad I found this cos I've been waiting patiently for the US GlossyBox to launch... =/ As a consolation I just signed up for Julep! Really looking forward to receiving my box, as I'm just getting back into nail care, and every box from them contains at least two polishes! I found a code, so I got my first box for only $5 (I used code: NEW5)! Made my night. Watched reviews too, which made me even more excited!

AHHHH! Tempted to try Eco Emi or Blissmobox, we'll see!
 
Aug 14, 2009
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Glad I found this cos I've been waiting patiently for the US GlossyBox to launch... =/ As a consolation I just signed up for Julep! Really looking forward to receiving my box, as I'm just getting back into nail care, and every box from them contains at least two polishes! I found a code, so I got my first box for only $5 (I used code: NEW5)! Made my night. Watched reviews too, which made me even more excited!

AHHHH! Tempted to try Eco Emi or Blissmobox, we'll see!
Blissmobox isn't as much of a "beauty subscription" but I love my subscription! It's the only subscription service I've stuck with. Each month they send you an email and you get to choose from 3 boxes...it's nice that you get a little choice. The boxes have been great and I've used just about everything I've gotten...I've even repurchased several of the items. This month they actually have a "spring beauty" choice so if you can sign up it might be good timing. But after doing Birchbox, Glambag etc this is the only one I've actually liked!
 

JaimesParke

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Jan 25, 2012
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Thanks so much for this post! I love Birchbox so far, I've been subscribed for 3 months. I also subscribed to a newer service called http://curlbox.com it caters to naturally curly-haired women.

And I just got an email from DailyCandy advertising another service http://goodandlovely.com it's a service that sends you a box for your menstrual cycle each month. It's definitely interesting and I would have tried it out for a month or so but the base price is $15 and to add extras (like Midol, heating pads, etc) costs extra. But it's such a random but good idea.

There was a blog/article I read a couple of months ago with another huge list of other subscription services but I don't remember where I read it.
 

Kansashalo

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Thanks so much for this post! I love Birchbox so far, I've been subscribed for 3 months. I also subscribed to a newer service called http://curlbox.com it caters to naturally curly-haired women.

And I just got an email from DailyCandy advertising another service http://goodandlovely.com it's a service that sends you a box for your menstrual cycle each month. It's definitely interesting and I would have tried it out for a month or so but the base price is $15 and to add extras (like Midol, heating pads, etc) costs extra. But it's such a random but good idea.

There was a blog/article I read a couple of months ago with another huge list of other subscription services but I don't remember where I read it.

Hmmm, this curlybox sounds interesting as I'm naturally curly too.

A "period" box? Now I've seen it all...:lol:
 

JaimesParke

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Jan 25, 2012
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Bay Area, CA
Hmmm, this curlybox sounds interesting as I'm naturally curly too.

A "period" box? Now I've seen it all...:lol:
I know! And for curlybox I've only rec'd one box since it's only in it's first month, but I liked what I received. Coupons and a full size product of leave in conditioner and of course a few other sample sized products. So even though I was hesitant at $20 it seems to be worth it.