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New Beauty Subscription Box: BeautyCon BFF Box

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BeautyCon BFF Box


Thanks JR for letting us know about this new beauty subscription box!

The Subscription Box: BeautyCon BFF Box

The Cost: $35.99 a box (ships once a quarter)

The Products: “Our favorite beauty products and accessories delivered right to your door each season. Plus, members get the chance to win amazing experiences with our influencers!”

Ships to: US Only

BeautyCon BFF


What do you think of this new beauty subscription 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!
All views in this review are the opinion of the author. My Subscription Addiction will never accept payment in exchange for a review, but will accept a box at no cost to provide honest opinions on the box. This post may contain affiliate/referral links. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.


  1. This is a FANTASTIC SUB!

  2. As a beauty and make-up lover (hoarder), I think this box looks great. I’d for sure check it out for at least a couple of months to see what types of products I’d get. Thanks for the information. 🙂

  3. I love seeing brands like Colour Pop in a sub box, I’d love to see them in more, like ISPY, however – this screams “tween” to me, and everything I saw was mostly drugstore brand, or not expensive enough to warrant the price. I do not see where they are getting a value of $100/box when they have a $5 Colour Pop eyeshadow, NYX, drugstore mascara…I mean it’s a trend! The nicest thing I saw in there was the Pura Vida, and I doubt that it was their expensive stuff! The culture is just not right for me, and I agree with the commenter above who said young teens are taking over Sephora! My friends and I were allowed to wear makeup at that age and that will never change, but I just think it’s gone to extremes these days when teens are Sephora Rouge and VIB members, vlog, go to BeautyCon…I don’t know, I was very sheltered, and this could be part of it!

  4. Im 38. I subscribed after I saw this and while it does look very drug store brand I think it’s pretty good for being a quarterly box. I also have teenage and tweenage daughters. So everything in all my sub boxes always gets used.

  5. I’m 37,married with kids and I love the looks of this box. I won’t pay that much for a make-up box though even if it is quarterly. Passing.

  6. I’m 22. This looks like a great Popsugar replacement subscription.

  7. I might get this for my daughter, she’ll be 16 next month and it seems perfect for her age group.

  8. Was a BeautyCon BFF and had to cancel due to their poor customer service. They just will not respond.

    • How did you cancel? I’m trying to figure that out..

      • Did you ever end up canceling? They overcharged my credit card, about 12 times and ended up refunding me but were so not communicative about the whole thing that I want to cancel. I removed my CC from my account information and also wrote to them, without any response back about me wanting to cancel the subscription.

  9. I’m not really getting where the “100+” value is coming in from looking at the top five items I can see. Unless they do like some, and have some outrageously overpriced “exclusive/custom” piece of jewelry. In which case, they can price at whatever they please. Because it’s unique to that box/subscription. I get that some people love having a semi-couture piece that not a lot of others have. Maybe that’s worth it to more of the majority than I realized? But I personally would rather the value be in the actual beauty products. And not 15-20$ drugstore makeup thrown in, & a “75$” bracelet. Plus from Ipsy, I have more NYX than I know what to do with >_<

  10. Seems a little pricy for high schoolers.

    • It can be gifted. Some teens have resources…their parents. 🙂

      • @trace•• I tell ya, some of the reviews I see on Sephora from Rouge or VIB members… And they’re talking either that they’re 12, 13, or 14… Or in middle school?!? I’m like O,O I wasn’t even allowed to wear makeup then. Much less have Urban Decay palettes more expensive than babysitting for a year :,D Seems these days that parents are indeed an ever-growing source of income for their children younger & younger. When I didn’t work these past months, no sub boxes+hauls for me. CarWreck=NoTransportation=NoJob=NoMoney=NoExtras Simple as that ^_^ Oh great, watch you be a teen with monetary parental resources. Well, this’ll be sufficiently awkward if you are 😛

        • Nothing new here. Back when I was a tween, over 30 years ago, girls started wearing makeup at 13 or so. I suspect it’s been the same since women started wearing makeup. And given that kids under 16 have very limited opportunities for income, parents have always been the main providers.

          My 13yo has an Ipsy subscription, and she’s by no means the only girl at school with one. This one sounds interesting, it’s quarterly so it costs about the same. But I’d like to see a review before ordering it. The value of most teen boxes is truly crappy, and given how boxes like to inflate prices, the fact they say it’s $100 value means nothing to me.

  11. Adorable. This box screams tween.

  12. Brands look too cheap for me to bother.

  13. The box looks fun, yet it’s to young for me. I know there are many products/brands I wont use from it. Reminds me of an upgraded ipsy. I like that it is quarterly though.

  14. I get excited when a new beauty box hits the market, but I was able to resist this one when I took a closer look. I see ColourPop shadow (or highlighter), a purple NYX lipstick and that Chaotic mascara, so this box looks like it skews very young. Not for me, but thanks as always for keeping us in the know! 🙂

    • Good point on it skewing young. For a teenage girl this box is probably a dream come true!

  15. Any coupon promo code?

    • Use the code ‘vlogwithkendra5’ for $5 off your box!

      • Thank you! Worked on April 10, 2016

  16. It does look highly on fleek tho. 🙂

  17. I see a lot of drugstore brands, so this one isn’t for me, but the Pura Vida bracelet I see is awesome, bought some last year on Black Friday when they were half off.

  18. I looked at the Youtube reviews, and while there’s a lot in the box, it’s a lot of cheap looking accessories and drugstore makeup. I could’ve bought the drugstore makeup for under $15, I think the box only included 4 makeup items, a hair product and makeup brush.

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