Yes, Oh Yas! Makeup Subscription Review – March 2018


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closed Yes Oh Yas box

Yes, Oh Yas! is a monthly beauty subscription box. Each box includes 3-7 full-sized beauty products.

inside the Yes Oh Yas box

products inside the Yes Oh Yas box

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Yes Oh Yas March 2018 review

About Yes, Oh Yas!

The Subscription Box: Yes, Oh Yas!

The Cost: $14.99 per box + shipping. Discounts are available for longer commitments.

The Products: 3-7 full-sized beauty and makeup products each month. There are often bold colors and formulas included.

Ships to: US for $3.99 and Canada for $9.03

Yes, Oh Yas! March 2018 Review

This month includes an eye palette, nail care kit, and some dental care products:

This included info card explains their Customer Loyalty Program which gives you a free gift on every 5th renewal order and encourages subscribers to connect with Yes, Oh Yas! on social media.

Bellápierre Cosmetics XII Eye Shadow Palette Go Smokey

Bellápierre Cosmetics XII Eye Shadow Palette Go Smokey – Retail Value $45

This 12-shade palette has a mix of matte and shimmer and enough variety to create many different full-eye looks. I like that the 6 shades on the left are cooler toned while the right 6 shades lean a little more toward the warm side. The shadows are buttery and super powdery and fluff all over the palette, but if I tap off the excess, they apply and blend really well. The palette itself is nice with an included mirror and magnetic closure. The included brush isn’t my favorite. I prefer to use my tried and true separate brushes.

Here I’ve created a look using shades from the palette. I used the taupe shade in my crease and layered the lighter purple shade on the outer corner. Then I packed the dark purple shade on the outer corners to give the look some depth. I worked the lightest matte shade onto my inner corners and finished by lining my lids with the darkest color and a damp liner brush.

Beauty Coco Smile Starter Kit

Beauty Coco Smile Starter Kit – Retail Value $54.95 (found here for $49.95)

Ooo, I have been wanting to try this trendy way to brighten teeth! This set comes with a jar of activated charcoal powder and a bamboo toothbrush with charcoal infused bristles. To use, you wet your toothbrush and dip it into the jar to grab a bit of powder. Then, just brush as usual being extra careful to scrub gently. It is so messy! But Fun. It really turns your whole mouth black just like the photos you see everywhere. Be careful because it will get on your clothes and counters. After rinsing my mouth, I brush again with regular toothpaste to get all of the residual charcoal off of my teeth. I was skeptical about the whitening claims, but I actually feel like my teeth look brighter and polished, like after visiting the dentist.

To be honest, I think the toothbrush is super cool looking and I love that it is sustainable, but I can’t handle the feel of the dry wood in my mouth. I’ll just stick to using my regular toothbrush

Bellápierre Complete Nail Care System

Bellápierre Complete Nail Care System – Retail Value $75

I love complete sets like this nail care kit from Bellápierre. It’s part of their Precious skincare line (which I love) and everything you need for a natural nail look is included.

There is a double-sided file for shaping and smoothing your free edge and a 4-sided buffer to smooth the nail surface and work it to a high shine finish. The sides are numbered for easy reference.

You get a sweet almond oil cuticle treatment that smells great and really moisturizes. The oil comes in a glass bottle with a dropper, so it feels very spa-like when putting it on. This cuticle oil is great for using on natural nails but also works beautifully on my cuticles when I have my dip manicures on.

The last piece in this set is a 4oz. tube of hand and body lotion. This is scented like their body butter and smells SO good! I’m loving the amount of product since I go through so much lotion. It feels very hydrating but not greasy and sinks in quickly leaving a velvety feel.

Verdict: This month’s Yes, Oh Yas! has a value of $174.95. That is fantastic for a cost of $14.99 plus shipping! I mean, how do they do it?! I love the inclusion of sets and that everything you need is included to make use of them. I can’t pick a favorite product because I really am enjoying them all this month. Over the past several months, Yes, Oh Yas! has upped their game and I think it is one of the best beauty boxes at this price point. I’m looking at the sneak peeks for April and I’m super excited to see the whole box!

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? No. Subscribe now to get the May box (subscribe by the 25th to get the next month’s box. Boxes ship at the beginning of the month). From Yes, Oh Yas!:

Deliveries are sent out on daily basis depending on the queue of your order. Once your box is shipped, you will receive an email with its tracking information. The carrier will deliver your box with no need of signature confirmation.

Value Breakdown: At $18.98 for this box (including shipping), here’s what you are paying approximately per item:

  • Eyeshadow Palette – $4.88
  • Beauty Coco Starter Kit – $5.96
  • Nail Care System – $8.14

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What do you think of the this month’s Yes, Oh Yas! box?

Written by Tiffany Waldorf

Tiffany Waldorf

Tiffany found out about subscription boxes from a friend who followed MSA. The curiosity started with mystery beauty boxes and grew into an addiction from there. Beauty, clothes, home…she loves the sight of a subscription box in the mail.

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13 Comments

  1. Have you stopped reviewing this subscription box? I can’t find anything after March.

  2. I really don’t understand what all of the fuss about BELLAPIERRE is?!?! I mean if u do already use products made in China then what’s the big deal? I think their pretty decent I mean their not the best and I know I get their kits A lot from tjmaxx for under 10$ but I don’t think this sub is that bad. Like one other person said they have been in business for along time so they must be doing something right

    • Th mascara was my first time trying it, and since it smelled like something rotten I will not try it again especially after it flaked in my friends eye and gave her eye irritation that looked more like an infection IJS to me it does not matter it’s made in China I mean seriously most of our things come from foreign countries I’m not mad about it lol just my experience with the product I would not give them another try.

      • True, todays America is mostly made in China.

  3. I like bellapierre. I got an eyebrow pot from Ipsy, and it’s my absolute favorite brow product.

  4. I would love to try this box but the Bellapiere was a no no for me. After receiving the mascara in my boxycharm it smelt terrible I was afraid to even try it, so I’ll have to pass on this sub for now sadly. A friend also got the mascara used it and it flakes into her eye inflaming it! Yea I’ll def not be trying anything else from them.

  5. Bellapierre. ‘Nuff said.

  6. I was like wow, at first. But I researched a bit and found similar products like the charcoal whitening kit at Walmart and Amazon for much cheaper.

    • That BellaPierre palette was on Groupon for $10 for a long time and has been under $25 at LuckyVitamin for a long time too. I’d say go
      you like their makeup it’s a good deal but I guess that’s how they manage to put together boxes with high RV like Boxycharm using closeout priced palettes etc.

  7. Nothing made in China has such high retail value. It’s not a bad box but realistically, no one would pay more than 15 bucks for BP.

  8. Ughhhh, bellapierre.

    • Co-sign. I have no idea how they are still in operation when all their products are oversaturated in the subscription box service world.

  9. Umm…wow. I wish I could get this box. What an amazing value.

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