Macy’s Beauty Advent Calendar – Available Now + Spoilers!


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The Macy’s Beauty Advent Calendar is available now!

Box: Macy’s Beauty Advent Calendar

The Cost: $150

The Products:

Ahava Time To Clear Purifying Mud Mask, 0.68 fl. oz.
Anastasia Beverly Hills Liquid Lipstick – Pure Hollywood, 0.11-oz.
bareMinerals Skinlongevity Vital Power Infusion Serum, 0.25 fl. oz.
Benefit The POREfessional Face Primer, 0.75 fl. oz.
Clinique Moisture Surge 72-Hour Auto-Replenish Hydrator, 0.24 fl. oz.
Dermablend Loose Setting Powder, 0.11-oz.
Elizabeth Arden Prevage Anti-Aging Daily Serum, 0.17 fl. oz.
Estée Lauder Advanced Night Repair Eye, 0.1 fl. oz.
IT Cosmetics Confidence In A Cream, 0.237 fl. oz.
Kiehl’s Since 1851 Youth Dose Eye Treatment, 0.1 fl. oz.
Lancôme Cils Booster Mascara Primer, 0.07 fl. oz.
MAC Prep + Prime Natural Radiance – Yellow, 0.2 fl. oz.
Mario Badescu Facial Spray With Aloe, Herbs & Rosewater, 2 fl. oz.
Murad Multi-Vitamin Infusion Oil, 0.1 fl. oz.
NUDESTIX Intense Matte Lip + Cheek Pencil – Raven, 0.088-oz.
philosophy Purity Made Simple One-Step Facial Cleanser, 2 fl. oz.
Prada La Femme L’Eau & Prada L’Homme L’Eau, 0.3 fl. oz. each
RITUALS The Ritual Of Ayurveda Harmonizing Foaming Shower Gel, 1.69 fl. oz.
Shisheido Ultimune Power Infusing Concentrate, 0.33 fl. oz.
SK-II Facial Treatment Essence, 1 fl. oz.
Smashbox Photo Finish Foundation Primer, 0.25 fl. oz.
Sunday Riley CEO 15% Vitamin C Rapid Flash Brightening Serum, 0.17 fl. oz.
TONYMOLY Painting Therapy Sebum Control Mask, 0.35 fl. oz.
Too Faced Better Than Sex Mascara, 0.13-oz.
Urban Decay Troublemaker Mascara Deluxe Sample, 0.08 fl. oz.

What do you think of the Advent Calendar? Are you going to grab one?

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!

Posted in Advent Calendars for Adults 2018, Beauty Advent Calendars, Beauty Advent Calendars 2018, Holiday 2018 Advent Calendars, Subscription Box News| 18 comments

18 Comments

  1. $150 for 24 SAMPLES??!!! No way!! Thats insane!

  2. Why aren’t my comments posting?

  3. Wow, I have so many of these items, it’s not even funny. In fact, with quite a few of them I have multiples. Which is not to say this isn’t a good calendar, but rather that I have way too much product. 😀

    I don’t know, if this ever goes on sale for like $40, I think I’d buy it.

  4. Nothing new here. MAYBE when it goes on deep discount…

  5. I would rather they lower the prices on these advent calendars and just put all the samples in one big bag or basket. Save the cost of artwork and construction of these fancy boxes. I would probably just open the whole thing as soon as I get it anyway!

  6. I am genuinely not understanding the appeal of this very expensive Advent Calendars which have a motley assortment of stuff.

    For that amount of money, I can splurge and get something that I really want.

    But I also don’t understand the appeal of relatively expensive boxes which contain clothing and household tchochkes. For the amount of the box, I can purchase exactly what suits my taste. I assume the market for this kind of stuff is someone who has no Home Goods Store – no Marshalls – heck even Macy’s has better prices because there is always a sale and a coupon.

    • You are correct. I live in a small town with big city an hour away. I am no longer able to drive that far so I am at the mercy of online ordering.

      • But with all of the ways to order online and get exactly what you want, why would you want someone else to pick out your clothing and house decor?

    • Ha, you and me both. “Lifestyle” boxes are a great mystery to me, and I can’t believe people actually buy them. I never once saw a household object in those that would go with my decor, or a piece of jewelry that I’d actually wear.

  7. Hahaha. Nope. Please get a grip. Wouldn’t buy this on deep discount.

  8. I’m actually glad that all of these Advent boxes are ridiculously overpriced, easy pass.

  9. $150 for a box of samples? I think we’ll be seeing these for half price in a sale next month.

  10. Cute and great variety, but this comes out to $6 each for samples. Nope.

  11. Estee Lauder on Macy’s site has a excellent Gift set 12 full size for $68 and you spend $45

    • In the store there is an Elizabeth Arden holiday box with a $35 purchase. $67 and $347 value. One of the items inside is the prestart which is $67 value alone. I use This every day. The rest would be a bonus.

      They don’t sell this online. Looked this morning but they did on Dillard’s and Belk

  12. I am so over the sheer number of expensive advent calendars out there this year. I don’t begrudge people who want to pay extra for luxury goods, but I feel like we need more advent calendars at each price point. There’s no reason we can’t see more at the $50 level, especially of the “12 days of Christmas” variety.

    • THANK you. Yes, my thoughts exactly.

    • I completely agree!! Advent calendar prices are really high. Maybe if they’re reduced significantly I’ll buy. The one I bought last year was on sale and I opened the entire thing in one day. Does anyone really open just one door each day??

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