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No More Dirty Looks Quarterly Subscription Box Review #NDL11

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No More Dirty Looks Quarterly Subscription Box #NDL11

No More Dirty Looks is a eco-friendly beauty subscription box from Quarterly. I’m a little obsessed with all things natural and organic when it comes to beauty and makeup products, so I was thrilled when I found this subscription!

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No More Dirty Looks Quarterly Subscription Box Review #NDL11 Items

The Box: No More Dirty Looks

The Cost: $50 a box (shipped every quarter)

The Products: Siobhan and Alexandra spotlight the best clean products, reawakening a tradition of self-care and showing that organic ingredients are all you need.

Ships to: Shipping is free to the US. (Canada +$20; rest of world +$30.)

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No More Dirty Looks Quarterly Subscription Box Review #NDL11 Letter

Each Quarterly box comes with a letter from the curator(s) detailing the items they selected for that shipment. The theme of this box is keeping and looking cool in the summer heat.

No More Dirty Looks Quarterly Subscription Box Review #NDL11 SPF

 

Consonant The Perfect Sunscreen SPF 30 – Value $45

This sunscreen is tinted so it could work in the place of a BB cream. The brand is new to me, and so far I really like it. It has a matte finish which is great for summer. (I don’t think this would work with all skin tones though).

No More Dirty Looks Quarterly Subscription Box Review #NDL11 Tatcha

 

Tatcha Blotting Papers – Value $12

I’ve receive these Tatcha blotting papers in subscription boxes before and I love them! They work wonderfully, and the little gold flakes in the papers make them feel extra special.

 

No More Dirty Looks Quarterly Subscription Box Review #NDL11 Fan

Japanese Paper Fan – Value $2?

(This was an item they included just for fun to go with the Tenugi towel).

No More Dirty Looks Quarterly Subscription Box Review #NDL11 Towel

Tenugi – Value $5?

They included this cotton tenugi as “your answer to those gross little face towels you can rent (or borrow) from the yoga studio.” I can’t relate to that problem, but I found this article with other uses!

Verdict: This box has a value of about $65. I’ll use both the sunscreen and the blotting papers, so I got my money’s worth (and discovered a new healthy beauty brand), but I wouldn’t consider this a high-value box. I think its more about discovering new natural beauty brands.

What do you think of the latest box from No More Dirty Looks?

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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11 Comments

  1. This box seems just okay, but so much better than the Back to School box my daughter received. They should be embarrassed over that one. Except for yours, I don’t think I’d ever risk a Quarterly Box again, & I know my daughter won’t.

    • Oh my God Kathy I completely agree – I work with college students so I bought it so see and it was probably the worst back to school box in history. Whoever curated that has no idea what a college student would want or need. I hope this explosion of curators isn’t at the cost of quality…..

      • There really have been too many new curators lately. Judging from some of the spoilers/box contents I’ve seen online, a lot of the new curators don’t have the first clue about what customers are looking for (and expect) for their money.

        I think Liz’s box will be good, especially having seen the spoiler (I’m not on the list to get it, unfortunately). I think Bianca Jade is taking things seriously based on her interaction with readers here. The value is there with Nina Garcia’s, even though a lot of the items are not of interest to me.

        But then I have heard some horror stories about some of the other boxes (one with a bag of confetti and a novelty plastic straw). It’s like there’s no guidance or supervision and the curators aren’t bothering to do their research.

        • The confetti and straws I want to say were in a Pharell box. I wholeheartedly agree that the newer Quarterly curators are out to lunch on product selection. Then again, many of them are out of touch with reality period and don’t live in the same real world the rest of us do. Except for the MSA box (I was furious at the bag o crap from Nina Garcia I paid $100 for that looked like a cheap tourist trinket stand exploded into a box) that was my last Quarterly straw, so to speak), I’m all done rolling the dice on these esoteric grab bags for $59-$100 (plus shipping).

          • By the way, I’m a different Erin than the OP posting in response here 🙂

  2. I think the towel is pretty. I’m still on the fence about subscribing to this box. I received the blotting papers in a Sample Society mystery box sale and love them.

  3. I actually like this box. The fabric actually reminds me of little Japanese eatery in Japan, hanging by the front entrance, when you enter the restaurants. I like the print enough, that we might frame it instead, and place it in the kitchen, we’ll see. For the main products, I will use it, so it’s not a waste for me.

    Quarterly boxes are tricky because it’s not really about a box of products, rather it’s about the curator and why they choose it. To me, reading the letters is equally important. I would stick with them.

    • I agree about the letters. They bring so much more meaning the box! 🙂

  4. liz: i missed your quartly box by 1 minute, i got off the wait list, entered my cc # in, when I clicked submit to get the box, it was already sold out — Any suggestions on getting your box?

    • Lily – That’s no fun. I’m going to check with our technology team on that one. If you can email me – devin@quarterly.co – I’ll work on getting you a box.

      • Thank you, emailing you now — when it happend, it was at the very last step after entering the cc info.

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