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Allure Beauty Box June 2021: Spoiler #1

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ByMSAMay 2, 2021 | 33 comments

Allure Beauty Box
3.6 overall rating
726 Ratings | 160 Reviews

We’ve got the a spoiler for the June 2021 Allure Beauty Box.

Inside this box, you’ll find:

Laruce Three-Piece Brush Set

Laruce Three-Piece Beauty Brush Set ($84 value): This set includes a concealer brush and two eyeshadow brushes.

If you aren’t familiar with Allure Beauty Box, it is a $23-a-month beauty subscription that was named one of the Best Women’s Subscription Boxes and one of the Best Beauty Subscription Boxes by MSA readers in the 2019 Subscription Box Awards. Sample sizes are usually good (typically at least three or more full-size items per box), and Allure does a great job of including new brands + products.

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Allure Beauty Box is a monthly beauty subscription box from Allure magazine that takes you behind the scenes at Allure magazine. Each month includes deluxe and full sized beauty and makeup items from mostly high-end brands chosen by the editors, likely leveraging Allure's insider connections. Becomi... read more.
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33 comments

Shortcake

This is my only recurring sub box, I own less than 20 brushes, but I’m not excited by this because of the alleged cost. I feel like they’re going to give us real garbage for the other items and still tote this as a box worth big bucks because of these inflated prices. Personally I found the U Beauty resurfacing compound no where near worth what they said, either.
C’mon Allure, I want to love you again

Christina

The product is drying on my skin I may try every other night. It’s such an expensive product that had high claims I had high hopes. 🙁 glad to see I am not the only person.

Kelly

Makeup brushes last forever. So why do subscriptions give us so many? Allure isn’t as bad as Ipsy, though.

Dawn

Sold a lot of 35 brand new brushes on Mercari for whopping $20. I DO NOT need or want brushes. Ever.

Denise

You know what brushes I really like? The elf ones that I get at the dollar store lol I think they are a fine quality for a dollar and when they’re worn out I don’t feel bad about chucking them and getting new ones. I’ve never had a problem with any of them and I have all kinds of high-end brushes, but I still reach for the elf so I guess you could say I’m not really a brush snob LOL. I find myself keeping these and giving my daughter-in-law the good brushes that I get because she appreciates it and still likes the names of certain brushes. But I guess that’s part of the mom and me I’d rather her have the better ones. And since I only use certain kinds of makeup I have no need for the specific highlighter brushes and stuff like that but she uses all of that so it makes me happy to make her happy. I just bought my daughter a Dyson super set hair dryer for her birthday and she was thrilled would I spend that much money on a hair dryer for me nope nope nope but she’s been wanting one so that’s what she got. I guess that’s what happens when you have three grandkids and they’re all boys but if I just had one granddaughter then look out everybody else would be out of the loop LOL

Kim G

I’d be the same way with a daughter/granddaughter. I have 2 adult boys and never had a girl so, yeah that would be me! 😆

Mandi

Such a good momma! I feel that way about my daughter too. I also feel ya on the brushes. I have tons of expensive brushes but my absolute favorite, ride or die, if I could only choose 1 brush to use until the end of time is my wet n wild crease blending brush from the dollar store. I don’t care about the brand, I care about shape of the handle and the feel of the bristles. Most makeup brushes (with the exception of hand crafted real hair brushes) are very, very cheap to make and all you are paying for is the name anyway.

Denise

Yup wet and wild are just like the elf ones. I have them also and they are just as good as the other ones. I think most of the brushes are white label anyway unless it’s a real brush company. I have a makeup name brand that came with brushes in a Christmas set and you can pull the bristles right out of them. So they were made by god knows who just for the Christmas box.

El

Love this post 😊

SharonDK

I don’t own every brand of brush but I’ve at least heard of most of them- not this brand though. I’m a member of Kevin James Bennett’s FB group In My Kit which is majorly made up of pro makeup artists. I couldn’t find a mention of this brand via search so I posted asking if anyone knew of these or had an opinion. Will post if I get any info.

Snow

I got rid of every brush I own. Literally. If a make up product needs one, I don’t use it. But I’m also old and lazy 😆

Man, I love May’s box! I have been trying out red lipstick lately and I’m really loving it for some reason (especially with blush.) I just personally consider brushes to be filler items even if they require a half a day’s pay to buy them lol. I prefer skincare mostly and a little side make up to make me happy 😊

Lana

I actually need eye brushes. I have a lot, but I like switching up colors and I don’t like washing them very often

Pink5

I like their nubbly rubber handles. They ensure a good grip.

I would be willing to bet I have these brushes (from Ipsy), but I don’t feel like taking my brush box apart to find them.

Blue

I confirmed my cancellation the other day. I’ll finish out my annual membership but won’t be renewing. Honestly this is the first spoiler for Allure that has made me excited in a long time. I actually want more makeup brushes because I basically don’t buy them unless it’s an amazing deal. I see people with dozens upon dozens and I have around 20-25 brushes total. If they would give us stuff like this more often and I could justify the cost I’d renew but it’s just not worth it right now.

Pink5

I got most of mine from Ipsy Glam Bag Plus. If you tell them you like the brushes you got, you will get lots.

Blue

I actually got the Shaina B. Miami brushes last month in my Ipsy GBP and I’m getting another set this month. I also have received a set from BoxyCharm in the past six months and I did buy a set in the most recent add-ons because the price was excellent. After getting all of these I should be good on brushes for a decade or so.

Sharon in TX

Subscribe through Amazon and only get the boxes you want from now on.

SharonDK

Hi, other Sharon! Once my year subscription is up, t
hat’s what I plan to do.

Blue

I’ll pass the value is just not there for the Allure boxes anymore. The price increased but the value hasn’t. They could just offer 4-5 full size products for the price they are charging instead of all these samples.

Prettypony

I really liked the Laruce brushes I got from Ipsy. They are made really well, and they are so soft. I have a ton and ton of brushes, but somehow I still get excited when I get new ones, It took me all day yesterday to clean all the brushes that I have.

Cat

$28 per brush is like Hakuhodo level for hand made Japanese natural hair eye shadow brushes. So… yeah these are not $84 lol

Amy

I would have to work 4 hours at my job to buy these brushes retail. They are not that special to me. I want to resubscribe to Allure but it doesn’t seem worth it anymore.

Nat

This is a no for me. Like everyone else, I don’t need anymore brushes. And, wow, I can’t imagine paying $84 for 3 brushes.

Mellissa

I’m still using my one eyeshadow brush from FFF that was sent about 5 years ago 😂 Do brushes wear out? Mine still looks like new. I’ll donate these.

Kai

Uggg no more brushes

Michelle

$84 value🤣

EmmaLo

I’m excited because I’ve been looking for smaller eye shadow brushes. I have one Laruce mini kabuki brush and it’s pretty nice, so I expect the quality to be on par.

Amanda

I in no way need but always love eye brushes. And it’s a rare item to get from Allure so I’m excited 🙂

Jennifer

Laruce are cool enough brushes, but I don’t need more brushes, especially not eye brushes.

It’s a hard spoiler to get excited over.

Donna

Agreed. Hopefully the next spoiler won’t be a black eyeliner! That might force a cancellation!

sara

Agreed. If there are other things that are exciting, it’s fine as decent filler for me.

shakingmyhead

Same here. I have a ton of brushes and I don’t even wear a lot of makeup.

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