Cover FX Mystery Bags – Available Now!

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Cover FX has 2 new mystery bags available now! (Thanks for the heads up, Ann!)

The Box: Cover FX Mystery Bag 5 Piece

The Cost: $50 (Value $108)

The Products:

– Enjoy 3 full-sized products (including Custom Enhancer Drops in Rose Gold) and 2 travel sized treats
– $108 value, yours for $50
– If you wear Cover FX shades 0-60, you would wear Light
– If you wear Cover FX shades 70+, you would wear Deep

The Box: Cover FX Mystery Bag 6 Piece

The Cost: $75 (Value $172)

The Products:

– Enjoy 4 full-sized products (including Blurring Primer and Custom Enhancer Drops in Rose Gold) and 2 travel sized treats.
– $172 value, yours for $75.
– If you wear Cover FX shades 0-60, you would wear Light.
– If you wear Cover FX shades 70+, you would wear Deep.

Are you grabbing a Cover FX Mystery Bag? Want to see one reviewed?

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. I bet one of the items is a contour palette! Based on them asking if you’re light or medium skinned, that is what makes the most sense.

  2. i wondered if anyone else had a problem with beauty fix breaking them out. I bought both the foundation and the blurring primer when they were on special and one of them seems to give me some nasty cystic bumps…but I cant tell which one. any one else have this problem?

    • I bought their foundation and it gave me terrible cystic acne. It was a shame, too, because I loved it otherwise!

    • Thank you for mentioning!
      I was just going to ask about breakouts.
      I’ll steer clear of this.

  3. i wonder if the bag is one of the full sized items?

  4. WELCOME15 works on the $75 bag but not the $50 option.

  5. This would be tempting because I like the blurring primer that we got in a Boxycharm box a while back and I like the illuminating setting powder (the perfect setting powder is not long wearing at all). But CoverFx truly shines with their foundation and concealers which I sincerely doubt will be in these bags. Probably the contour palette is more likely.

  6. I love that blurring primer. I use it everyday. Tip for anyone else that uses it, if you feel you ran out cut the top of the tube and you will find quite a bit more in there. I am on week two of having it cut and still have not ran out even though the squeeze method made me think I was. I keep it in the zip lock bag. Seems trashy but why waste it.

    • Nothing trashy about wanting to use what you paid for! The sin is to throw away good product unused. I take scissors to skincare tubes all the time.

      • Thanks!

    • I do the same thing with all my products. It always surprises me how much is still in the tube!

  7. Liz, sorry to be a pain, but can you please add the Derma-E box to the swaps. Also I noticed someone else ask for the Sugarfina box to be added. Just thought I’d mention one more time 🙂 Thanks

      • Hi Liz, can you also add the Elemis advent calendar? I’ve been messaging the email listed on the swap site for weeks with no luck. Thanks 🙂

        • I don’t think the email works. I sent two emails about two different fairly inexpensive gourmet candy advent calendars and never heard back or saw them get added to the list. I’ve also sent emails about a variety of beauty advent calendars and nada on those as well.

          • Could you share your information about the candy calendars here? 🍭🍬🍫

          • Sure. One is the Mazet Praline advent calendar. This is a gourmet French candy calendar. It’s currently on backorder here: Should be in stock on November 15th. And if you sign up for their email you can get 10% off.

          • It won’t let me add links, so you’ll have to google. One is Squish candies. The other is Mazet Praline, which is available from the company Bas Bleu. Both calendars cost me about forty US dollars with shipping. The first one has all different types of gummy or squishy candy and the second is a variety of candy.

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