“It’s All In The Details”
In late January BirchBox sent out a little sneak peek video of the February sample choice options. The actual products did not tickle my fancy, but the curated box did and I knew I had to get my hands on it. For February’s curated box BirchBox partnered with Rent The Runway. The box included two of my favorite brands, Not Soap Radio and The Balm. So yes in essence the box was designed for me or thousands of ladies just like me.
“At Rent The Runway we’re all about the pieces that set you apart from the crowd. After all, it’s the details-the dress that flatters you everywhere, the necklace that shimmers just enough- that gives any experience a boost.”
Rent The Runway Teamed up with BirchBox to bring you this collection of beauty essentials so you can amp up your look every day.
BirchBox: Rent The Runway February 2015
derma e – Anti-wrinkle Vitamin A Glycolic Scrub: This all-natural cleanser sloughs off dull skin, fades dark spots, and cleans pores.
Fekkal – Blowout Hair Refresher Dry Shampoo: This transparent spray absorbs oil, perks up strands, and leaves hair smelling amazing.
Not Soap, Radio – The stuff that Cupid dipped his arrow in: with this cleanser’s lush sent of blackberry and vanilla scent, you will fall in love at first sniff.
Sumita – Color Contrast Eyeliner: This soft wax pencil delivers rich, long-lasting color that won’t irritate eyes.
the Balm – Read My Lips: Fortified with antioxidant-rich ginseng, this gloss brings rich color and loads of shine.
Rent The Runway put together a really great box and I love that all of the products are affordable. All of the above listed products are less than $25 each which is perfect for a stylish girl on a budget. I hope you loved your February box as much as I did.
Birch Box is a beauty and lifestyle subscription box program that costs $10.00 per month. For every dollar you spend in the shop you can earn 1 point. 100 points will get you a free birch box or $10 towards a purchase in the shop at birchbox.com. I know you’ve got friends so why not refer those friends to Birch box and earn a few points for doing so. If you would like to learn more and get a Birch Box of your very own go to http://www.birchbox.com for more information.
***I was not compensated for this post. Opinions are my own***