eSalon The Match Up Box Review + 50% Off Coupon – Nov 2015
I had sampled their leave-in conditioner thanks to another subscription box, and I was a fan, so I had to sign up for this one!
My Subscription Addiction pays for this subscription. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
The box comes with your selected items packaged in a tote.
The Subscription Box: The Match Up Box
The Cost: $30 a month plus $4.95 shipping
The Products: Your choice of three hair care, styling, brow and accessory items.
Ships to: US
Keep Track of Your Subscriptions: Add this box to your subscription list or wish list!
The box comes with a card detailing the three items I picked out. (And it also lets me know I saved $18 by subscribing).
eSalon Get Heated Thermal Protect Hair Mist – Value $14
This product is super lightweight and I love the scent – it reminds me of the Beauty Protector fragrance. The formula is paraben-free, and designed to help protect hair from heated tools. Even on days when I don’t use my hair straightener I’ve been using this spray – it smells great and makes my hair soft!
eSalon Above the Clouds Volumizing Mousse – Value $14
This is mousse added some volume without adding any stiffness. It wasn’t a dramatic enough lift for me to reorder, but I’ll use the entire bottle.
eSalon Deeply Invested Nourishing Hair Mask – Value $19
This item is a winner for me. The scent is beachy/tropical, and like all other eSalon products I’ve tried, it is paraben and sulfate free. You leave it on your hair for about 10 minutes then wash out. Sometimes hair masks like this can leave my hair feeling weighed down, but this one was fine – no extra weight, and I could feel a difference in the softness of my hair.
Verdict: I paid about $35 for this box. The cost works out to $11.65 an item. I think that’s reasonable for full-size hair care products, that are color-safe. For my next month, I’m going to try out some of their products that are color-specific for maintaining your hair dye shade longer.
What do you think of eSalon’s The Match Up Box?