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Coco Rocha Fancy Box Review – September 2013

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Coco Rocha Fancy Box Review - September 2013

The Coco Rocha Fancy Box is definitely one of my favorite Fancy subscriptions – I love seeing what Coco’s favorite fashion and beauty items are each month!

Coco Rocha Fancy Box Review - September 2013

The Box: Coco Rocha Fancy Box

The Cost: $39 plus shipping (my shipping cost is $7.95)

COUPON: Use coupon code FOLLOWUP10 to save 10% off your first box!

The Products: $80+ worth of stylish products selected by Coco Rocha!

Ships to: US and Canada (additional fees for Canada)

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Coco Rocha Fancy Box Review - September 2013

Archipelago Pomegranate Gift Set – Value $30

I was originally thinking I would gift this set since it’s wrapped up ready to be a present, but I like the scent too much! I will be keeping this for myself!

Coco Rocha Fancy Box Review - September 2013

Tangle Teezer Salon Elite – Value $15

This brush was really easy to hold, and it gives you a bit of a scalp massage too!

Coco Rocha Fancy Box Review - September 2013

Ciate Chalkboard Manicure Set – Value $25

Fancy can keep sending me Ciate manicure sets and I will never complain – they are so much fun! I can’t wait to try chalkboard nails!

Coco Rocha Fancy Box Review - September 2013

Stylist Magazine featuring Coco Rocha – Value $15

Verdict: Another great Coco box in my opinion! I’ll use everything in the box, and I always like browsing through fashion magazines, so I’m looking forward to checking out Stylist magazine this weekend. What do you think of the September Coco Rocha Fancy Box?

Written by Liz Cadman

Liz Cadman

Liz is the founder of My Subscription Addiction. She’s been hooked on subscription boxes since 2011 thanks to Birchbox, and she now subscribes to over 100 boxes. Her favorites include POPSUGAR Must Have, FabFitFun, and any box that features natural beauty products!
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  1. SPOILER ALERT!!! I just received my Dec Coco Rocha box and it’s a complete failure. I can’t believe I paid almost $50 including shipping for a pair of thin socks, a photo book, a candle in a mason jar, a tiny wooden trinket box so small it won’t hold my engagement or wedding rings, and green nail polish. That was it. No way on earth was this worth the actual $40 I paid. I cancelled as soon as I finished opening the box. It’s just not worth the price to keep hoping the next month will be better. For me this was an epic fail.

    • I have canceld my subscription. Its not worth the money. But they make a lot of money because we people are so easy to fool! I only got the box once in Oct. I thought straight away that it was just a waist of money.
      Cancel! Buy something nice instead : )

    • I agree! I see so many reviews and I was starting to feel like I was the only one who didn’t like it. I thought maybe I just had too high of hopes for it. But before I subscribed I did research on past boxes and there are so many things I would have loved. It isn’t that I don’t like socks, they just aren’t worth the money- I can get socks anywhere, they are just socks. I love the element of surprise but sometimes people seem to act like these things are free! I paid for that stuff, and I’m thinking of just returning for a credit.

  2. Hey again. I used the Chalkboard Manicure set last night. Here is my review. I own some Ciaté polishes. I love Mistress. It’s a bright, cherry red. that I wear season after season and never get tired of it’s a superstar nail polish. That being said. *sigh* I also own the Ciaté Velvet Tuxedo Manicure Set already which is HORRIBLE. The worst! The velvet fell off the next day. It was really pretty on the nails while it lasted. When I opened my September box and saw this Chalkboard set, I was worried but thought I would give it a try. The base coat goes on smoothly but the chalkboard polish does not. It goes on rough. My end result wasn’t terrible but it didn’t even last an entire day. I had to remove the rest of my chipped manicure before noon. 🙁 Thumbs down Ciaté!

    • Oh no! Thanks for letting us know though!

    • Thanks for your review, I dont like chalked nails at all and you convinced that I will never even bother to try it, my first bix is coming at the end of Oct, what is the best things you got ? : )

  3. I have been eying those tangle teezers for a while. They are suppose to be great for fine hair that tangles easily (duh!). They are always marketed as being for kids, but I want one for myself. Was it effective as a brush?

    • I have very fine but thick long hair. It tangles like crazy. I have the Tangle Teezer and it does work, especially on wet hair. I think I paid almost $20 for mine. Anyway, the brush is effective but it of course is not a miracle worker yet it is my go to for those uh-oh twisted knots that I get. Keep in mind the shape of the brush takes a little getting used to.

  4. I actually wish they would stop sending Ciate nail polish stuff…lol. I’m a classic creme polish type of girl and I’m probably one of the few who hates the textured/nail art trend this year! Oh well, hopefully I can use them to trade for items I actually want on Facebook.

    • I havent got my first box yet, its coming at the end of Oct. I read your comment about textured nails, and prays that wasent in the Oct box as well! I like classy french nails and classy fashion but with a updated twitch!

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