The 20 Best Subscription Boxes for Women – 2020 Readers’ Choice Awards


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The Best Monthly Subscription Boxes for Women

We polled our readers to learn about THE BEST subscription boxes for women: the ones they love, the boxes they love to gift to others, and the subscriptions they recommend to friends. We are pleased to announce that the results of our fourth annual MSA Subscription Box Awards are in! Are you ready to see what struck a chord this year?

Some long-time favorite women’s subscription boxes still stand tall, but this year they’re in good company with some newer monthly boxes that are also worth checking out. The women’s boxes on this list have prices ranging from subscribe-right-this-second-affordable to those representing a more deluxe experience, and they span categories like beauty, accessorizing, and decor with a cause. You’re sure to find something that’s right for you!

 

The Most Popular Women’s Subscription Boxes

These are the best subscription boxes for women, determined by real votes from readers like you:

1. FabFitFun

FabFitFun box with lifestyle and skincare items

Image from our review.

The Cost: $49.99 per quarter. Subscribe here!

COUPON: Use code MSA to save $10 off your first box!

What Our Readers Say:

“Beauty and lifestyle items that ALWAYS deliver.” – Pixxy Haze

“The value of the box is always at least 4x the cost of the subscription itself and it comes with great variety.” – Cris

“I was really blown away by the quality of FabFitFun when I tried it for the first time this year. I can see why it’s so popular. I love the variety of products, the quality, and the customization options.” – Amy in KC

What You Get: Third time’s a charm—yet again this popular subscription is ranked #1 by MSA readers! Each quarterly shipment of FabFitFun includes top trendy picks for each season, meaning you can look forward to amazing finds such as beauty products, skincare, fun accessories, and new wellness products with a total retail value of $200 minimum. The curation and value are always spot on, plus subscribers have access to amazing discounts through their add-on program and Edit sales several times a year (where savings often reach up to 75% off retail!).

Is It Customizable? Typically, seasonal subscribers (those that pay for each box as it is released) get to choose 3 items in their box, while annual subscribers (those that prepay for a full year) to get choose 5.

Check out our FabFitFun reviews or read this FabFitFun info to subscribe. Ships to the US and Canada.

 

2. POPSUGAR Must Have

POPSUGAR Must Have Box with makeup, stationery, and lifestyle items

Image from our review.

The Cost: $75 per quarter. Subscribe here!

COUPON: Use code MSA20 to get $20 off your first box!

What Our Readers Say:

“It’s the absolute best subscription box I have ever bought.” – Meagan

“I love Popsugar so much! All of their products are amazing.” – Lovebugz0410

“Love that it has a little of everything!” – SallyC

What You Get: If a subscription box curated by lifestyle experts isn’t promising enough, perhaps the fact that our readers vote it as a fave again and again will convince you! This quarterly box sends a seasonal selection of unique beauty, fashion, food, fitness, and home products with a retail value of over $250. The variety is exciting and the quality is amazing!

Is It Customizable? Usually there are 1-2 items in each box that subscribers can pick variations of. Examples include choosing silver or gold toned jewelry, and picking between beauty products.

Check out all of our POPSUGAR Must Have reviews and POPSUGAR Must Have spoilers to learn more. Ships to the US only.

 

3. CAUSEBOX

Causebox with contents, including duffel bag, makeup brushes, and skincare

Image from our review.

The Cost: $54.95 per quarter. Subscribe here!

COUPON: Use code FALL20 to get 20% off your first CAUSEBOX!

What Our Readers Say:

“Great box with a great cause!” – Ashley Harrison

“I always loved getting this box. Very practical items with benefits to support good causes.” – Lulu Dupon

“Love the products, variety, and the feel good factor. Causebox does not disappoint.” – Elane

What You Get: CAUSEBOX is another repeat delight due to its unbeatable combo of lifestyle products and feel-good facet. This quarterly box features artist designs on its exterior and $200+ worth of conscious and ethically-designed items on the inside, many of which are exclusive to this subscription! Similar to our readers’ top 2 picks, you can expect a broad mix of items from categories like cosmetics, home decor, gifts, accessories, jewelry, and more, all guaranteed to come from socially-conscious companies who are giving back and doing more.

Is It Customizable? Annual CAUSEBOX subscribers (those that prepay for an entire year) can customize some of the items each season, choosing colorways for some items in the box and making other product selections (like choosing between a hair mask or a face primer).

Check out all of our CAUSEBOX reviews and CAUSEBOX spoilers to learn more. Ships to the US and Canada.

 

4. BoxyCharm

Boxycharm box with eyeshadow palette and other makeup & skincare items

Image from our review.

The Cost: $25.00 per month. Subscribe here!

COUPON: Use code FIRSTPICK or SKINCAREMVP to get an Ace Beaute Scarlet Dusk Eyeshadow Palette OR Saturday Skin Waterfall Glacier Water Cream with subscription!

What Our Readers Say:

“The best subscription box EVER! I have gone through just about all of them and BoxyCharm especially BoxyLuxe is hands down the best value for the price! Literally 1 item in my BoxyLuxe pays for the entire box – fan for life!” – Cat

“Great brands, great selection, nice price point!” – Lauren

About the Box: It’s all about the brilliant makeup, the top-notch skincare, and the impressive value with BoxyCharm! Our readers are always impressed with the quality and variety of this box, as well as the inclusion of mostly full-size products (yay!). Expect a palette of some type, a skincare item, lip and eye products, and sometimes even beauty tools in each monthly box. For those who just can’t get enough, subscribers can also upgrade to BoxyLuxe and get a supersized box once every 3 months, for an additional $28.99 per quarter.

Is It Customizable? Through a program launched in late 2019, BoxyCharm subscribers get to choose one item in their upcoming box; the rest are customized based on your preferences (not all subscribers receive the same box).

Check out all of our BoxyCharm reviews and BoxyCharm info to learn more. Ships to US and Canada.

 

5. Style Plan by Frank And Oak

Style Plan by Frank And Oak box with jumpsuit, tee, mock neck top, and beanie

Image from our review.

The Cost: Pay only for what you keep. If you return everything, you’ll be charged a $25 styling fee. Subscribe here!

COUPON: Save $35 off + no styling fee on your first box! . No coupon needed - just use this link.

What Our Readers Say:

“Amazing styles, and sustainable products!” – Karine V.

About the Box: This clothing subscription box is gaining traction for its use of recycled organic materials and eco-conscious clothing production methods. Not to mention its understated, stylish offerings! Each month stylists from Canadian brand Frank And Oak provide a selection of clothing, shoes, and accessories to choose from that fit your unique style. Once you receive the pieces you can keep what you like or return what you don’t, with the $25 styling fee only being charged if you keep nothing.

Is It Customizable? Yes; Frank And Oak will give you new recommendations for each box, and you can pick which ones you actually want to pay for and receive.

Check out all of our Style Plan by Frank And Oak women’s reviews, our men’s reviews, and spoilers to learn more. Ships to the US and Canada.

 

6. Ipsy Glam Bag

Ipsy Glam Bag silver pouch with makeup samples

Image from our review.

The Cost: $12 per month. Subscribe here!

What Our Readers Say:

“The regular Ipsy Glam Bag had a lot of variety, which generally made the curation amazing!” – Kaitlyn

“I have an Ipsy addiction! I love getting my glam bag every month and choosing add-ons. The always get me a few times a month with their daily deals, too.” – Laurie

“I’ve been introduced to a bunch of new skincare through this box. As I’m now a superfan of skincare, this box is PERFECT!” – Char

About the Box: Say hello to a long-standing favorite of our readers! The original Ipsy Glam Bag subscription touts an affordable price point with an impressive value! It contains a mix of high-end and drugstore products, a blend of makeup and skincare, and occasional beauty tools. This popular box thrills by including a personalized selection of beauty items in a stylish bag.

Is It Customizable? Each tier of Ipsy allows subscribers to choose one item each month.

Check out our Ipsy reviews and Ipsy spoilers to learn more! Ships to the US and Canada.

 

7. Rachel Zoe Box of Style

Rachel Zoe Box of Style with robe, necklace, and lifestyle items

Image from our review.

The Cost: $99.99 per quarter. Subscribe here!

COUPON: Use code SPRING25 to save $25 Off Your First Box Plus Full-Size R+Co Bundle ($70 Value)!

What Our Readers Say:

“I love this box! The selections of accessories, home decor, fashion, skincare, and makeup are excellent. They make me feel glamorous every season.” – TeriVanGoGo

“…even if you only get one box, it will be filled with luxury goodies over which you’ll swoon!” – inkchick

“I love Rachel Zoe’s aesthetic, and each and every box is packed with it. I also like that the items tend to be luxurious. Getting the box is always a treat.” – Karol

About the Box: The Rachel Zoe Box of Style from The Zoe Report will thrill anyone who’s a fan of Rachel Zoe’s style! Each box is filled with fashionable items and accessories, plus a few beauty products and styling tools, too. This quarterly subscription promises a value of $400+ in each shipment, and you can count on feeling pampered as you unbox each curation.

Is It Customizable? Subscribers can typically customize some elements of each box, like size or colorway (for example, silver or gold toned jewelry, or two different variations on an eyeshadow palette).

Check out our Rachel Zoe Box of Style reviews and Rachel Zoe Box of Style spoilers to learn more! Ships to the US, Canada, the UK, and Australia.

 

8. Rocksbox

Rocksbox box positioned behind three pairs of earrings

Image from our review.

The Cost: $21 per month. Subscribe here!

COUPON: Use code mysubaddictxoxo to get your first month free!

What Our Readers Say:

“Everything they have in stock is so great, and it’s really nice to see they have some designer brands as well.” – Kim

About the Box: Whether you want to choose the jewelry that catches your eye or be surprised by a stylist’s selection, Rocksbox jewelry rental service is an exciting option! The monthly rate allows subscribers to rent from the Rocksbox collection, and the option to buy the pieces they love most at a discounted price! Add items to your wishlist and expect to see at least one in your monthly shipment of jewelry to try.

Is It Customizable? Rocksbox will recommend items based on your preferences, and you can add specific pieces to your wishlist.

Check out our Rocksbox reviews and Rocksbox info to learn more! Ships to the US only.

 

9. The Box by Fashionsta

The Cost: $24.99 a month. Subscribe here!

What Our Readers Say:

“This box has GREAT products at a very affordable price per month.” – JenBunnyTx210

“This was definitely my new favorite subscription of the year!” – Britt

“The Box by FashionSTA is not mainstream and gives luxury items you never think to buy yourself.” – Shelbylv

About the Box: New-on-the-block subscription The Box by Fashionsta offers makeup and skincare lovers 5-7 full-size products per month, promising an $80-$150 value in each box. Subscribers rave about the variety, the reasonable price point, and the great balance of makeup and skincare products. Plus, each box purchased helps a non-profit based in LA—how’s that for beauty with a cause?

Is It Customizable? No, not at the time of publication.

Keep an eye out for reviews of The Box by Fashionsta, coming soon! Ships to the US.

 

10. Ipsy Glam Bag Plus

Ipsy Glam Bag Plus metallic pouch with makeup and skincare products

Image from our review.

The Cost: $25 per month. Subscribe here!

What Our Readers Say:

“Makeup lover’s dream. Glam bag plus gives you what you love about Ipsy Glam Bag, but bigger. And, you can skip months or go to every other month if you have too much stuff.” – Nomad

“I’m not a makeup wearer usually, but the makeup I receive in Ipsy Glam Bag Plus is always geared toward my preferences and I use it, which is more important to me than retail value.” – Miztiph

About the Box: If you’re already an Ipsy subscriber and are ready for more, the Glam Bag Plus is an upgrade offering the same average product count, but in full sizes. Score! Stocked up with beauty goodies from well-known and up-and-coming brands, this sub is all about the pretty palettes, brushes, effective skincare, liquid lip color, and more—and the selection is customized to your personal preferences.

Is It Customizable? Each tier of Ipsy allows subscribers to choose one item each month.

Check out our Ipsy reviews and Ipsy spoilers to learn more! Ships to the US and Canada.

 

11. Allure Beauty Box

Allure Beauty Box shown with highlighter palette, lippie, mascara, and more

Image from our review.

The Cost: $15.00 per month. Subscribe here!

What Our Readers Say:

“Hands down, the BEST value for the money!” – Angela

“I really enjoy Allure Beauty Box! They consistently offer a great variety of useful beauty products, in both small and full sizes. It’s definitely a bargain!” – flowerbunnylove

“Great value, nice mix of skincare and makeup, and sample and full sizes. Best of all, there’s no customization – so no websites for newbies to parse – and very few variations.” – Charlotte

About the Box: The Allure Beauty Box sends a monthly curation of premium samples from the top brands you love! Our readers love the affordable price point of this subscription, and many believe it’s a stellar way to try the trending ingredients and current cosmetics you’ll read about in Allure Magazine. It’s especially great for those who wish to sample the latest beauty releases before buying them full-size.

Is It Customizable? No, not at the time of publication.

Check out all of our Allure Beauty Box reviews and Allure Beauty Box info to learn more. Ships to the US.

12. Switch Designer Jewelry

Switch Designer Jewelry blue earrings, black bracelet, and luxe gold necklace

Image from our review.

The Cost: Starting at $29 per month for one piece. Subscribe here!

COUPON: Use code LOVEMSA to save 50% off your first month.

About the Box: Switch is a jewelry rental service that lets you try out designer jewelry without the commitment of purchasing, or the hit to your pocketbook! Subscribers get to pick their favorite pieces and try them out for as long as they want with a relatively small monthly fee. There are three tiers available, for renting one, two, or three pieces at a time. Switch also offers the option to purchase jewelry pieces at a discounted member price. Amazing, right?

Is It Customizable? Yes, you choose the exact pieces you want to receive.

Check out all of our Switch reviews and Switch info to learn more. Ships to the US only.

 

13. SinglesSwag

SinglesSwag box with contents, which include Good Vibes Hat, sugar cookie, necklace, and body items

Image from our review.

The Cost: Starting at $24.99 per month. Subscribe here!

COUPON: Use code FRIYAY to save 50% off your first box!

About the Box: SinglesSwag is a monthly lifestyle subscription box geared towards single women. Fun, right? There are two size options: regular, which sends 6-7 full-size products, and for a lower cost, the petite sends 3-4 full-size items. This sub will hook you up with a mix of makeup, beauty, accessories, snacks, and other products to celebrate your independence.

Is It Customizable? No, not at the time of publication.

Check out our SinglesSwag reviews and SinglesSwag spoilers to learn more! Ships worldwide.

 

14. Maeven Bridal Box

Maeven Bridal Box shown open with bride-themed gifts inside

Image from our review.

The Cost: $44.95 per month. Subscribe here!

What Our Readers Say:

“The only time I was disappointed is when I had received all my boxes. Absolutely loved every single box!!” – Mroth

About the Box: As if planning your wedding wasn’t exciting enough, the Maeven Bridal Box supplies brides-to-be with 6-8 on-trend wedding and wedding planning items to help during the planning process. A mini magazine full of insider advice and inspiration is included with each box.

Is It Customizable? There are some preferences you’ll set when you sign up, but no items that you’ll be able to choose between.

Check out our Maeven Bridal Box reviews and Maeven Bridal Box info to learn more! Ships to the US only.

 

15. JourneeBox

Handmade lifestyle items from JourneeBox

Image from our review.

The Cost: $54.99 per quarter. Subscribe here!

What Our Readers Say:

“The Kevia Journee Box is an amazingly curated seasonal box. It has high quality products, it rewards annual membership with extra items every box, and the curation makes sense throughout the box. It is very thoughtful. It is also sustainable and ethical.” – MonicaHeartRN

“This is my new favorite hands down. So thoughtfully curated and not a thing is the “same old same old”. Also, if there is a clothing type item, they are size inclusive!” – Cately

About the Box: JourneeBox is a quarterly lifestyle experience box featuring designer-produced, sustainably-made fashion, home, body, and culinary goods. The JourneeBox’s direct-to-consumer business model (meaning they design and produce all of their goods) keeps costs and environmental impact down. This model offers the guarantee of quality, vetted products made from sustainable materials, with ethical production practices.

Is It Customizable? Subscribers can typically choose between different sizes or colorways of items in their next box.

Check out all of our JourneeBox Reviews to learn more. Ships to the US & Canada.

 

16. Margot Elena Discovery Box

Giftable soaps, aromatherapy, and lifestyle goods from Margot Elena Discovery Box

Image from our review.

The Cost: $49.99 per quarter. Subscribe here!

What Our Readers Say:

“Beautiful gift items.” – diana

“You will always have beautiful gifts on hand for friends and hostesses!” – Alex

“Her packaging is gorgeous, the products are nice and easily giftable, and overall just the most fun box to ‘unbox’ of them all. Her surprise exclusive items are usually very nice, and even though it’s a bath and body heavy box there is always a bit of fun stationery included.” – Jennifer

About the Box: Those of you who know and love Lollia, TokyoMilk, and Library of Flowers will adore the quarterly subscription Margot Elena, the brand (and woman) behind them all. Each box contains full-size items that are as perfect for gifting as they are for a self-love surprise, plus beautifully designed stationery, wearables, luxurious fragrances, and lifestyle gifts.

Is It Customizable? No, not at the time of publication.

Check out our Margot Elena Discovery Box reviews and Margot Elena Discovery Box info to learn more. Ships to the US.

 

17. Sunday Riley Sunday Shares Box

Sleep themed goodies from Sunday Riley box

Image from our review.

The Cost: $95.00 per quarter. Subscribe here!

What Our Readers Say:

“Love how well-curated this box is.” – April Himel

“Sunday Riley quarterly box is amazing.” – Kimber117

“Love the products, and comes with really unique items as well.” – Danielle

About the Box: Recently rebranded to Sunday Shares, the Sunday Riley box is a lifestyle subscription from the eponymous beauty brand. Included in the box are beauty and lifestyle items by notable brands you may be familiar with—including but not limited to products from Sunday Riley, of course! Full-size items such as sleeping oils, pillow sprays, perfumes, and supplements are common occurrences, and our readers often wonder how they ever lived without the pillowcases, blankets, and other home items they receive.

Is It Customizable? No, not at the time of publication.

Check out our Sunday Riley reviews and Sunday Riley info to learn more. Ships to worldwide.

18. GlobeIn Artisan Box

Sloth throw pillow, hot cocoa, and boho mug from GlobeIn subscription

Image from our review.

The Cost: $40 per month. Subscribe here!

COUPON: Use code MSAWELCOME to save $10 on a 3, 6, or 12-month subscription.

What Our Readers Say:

“Love the mission behind GlobeIn. Women empowering other women in developing countries. That’s a cause I can get behind.” – Duc

About the Box: The GlobeIn subscription is a way to fill one’s home with worldly objects made by artisans from around the globe! GlobeIn offers one new theme every month. They also carry 3-5 best-selling theme boxes that they restock each month. Subscribers have from the 1st to the 10th of the month to make their theme choice. If you don’t choose by that date, GlobeIn will send you a random box based on what’s in stock. They do guarantee that you won’t receive a duplicate theme!

Is It Customizable? Subscribers can pick exactly which box they want to receive by the 10th of each month.

Check out our GlobeIn reviews and GlobeIn spoilers to learn more. Ships to worldwide.

 

19. Oui Please

Oui Please box containing perfume, blanket, and other items shipped from France

Image from the OuiPlease website.

The Cost: $150 per box (ships every other month). Subscribe here!

COUPON: Use code FEMME30 to save 30% off your subscription!

About the Box: Oui Please is a Francophile’s dream! This subscription box brings you a glimpse of the beauty, jewelry, fashion, and home items that France has to offer, every other month. Each box also contains a food item so you get a literal taste of the dream with each delivery.

Is It Customizable? Not typically, but if a box includes a sized apparel item, subscribers can provide a size.

Check out of our Oui Please reviews and Oui Please spoilers to learn more. Ships to the US & Canada.

 

20. Bombay & Cedar

Bombay & Cedar box shown with many makeup, skin, and hair goods

Image from our review.

The Cost: $49.95 per month. Subscribe here!

What Our Readers Say: 

“A very unique box.” – DeAndra

About the Box: Bombay & Cedar offers a little bit of everything, all with great quality! This aromatherapy, beauty, wellness, and lifestyle subscription features full-size and deluxe-sample-size products including essential oils, diffusers, skincare, books, snacks, and more. It’s carefully curated for the discerning woman who lives an inspired life.

Is It Customizable? Subscribers can sometimes customize colors and other choices via survey before boxes ship.

Check out of our Bombay & Cedar reviews and Bombay & Cedar spoilers to learn more. Ships worldwide.

 

 


 

That wraps up the list of 2020 Winners for Best Subscription Boxes for Women! What are your favorite women’s subscription boxes?

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408 Comments

  1. I just canceled my FFF, due to the consent OOS and their poor customer service. I loved the products and sales. But to many OOS issues. Almost every time i contacted CS i was insulted. I have not had any issues with boxycharm or scent box. Looking into other subscription services

    • I’ve had the same problem. Also they charged my card three times in November. I received two boxes and they won’t refund one of the charges. I love the boxes but it’s not worth the other issues.

  2. Tried many but my 3 favorites by far are FFF, Smartassandsass, and Singleswag. Probably in this order to!! Deciding if I wanna try Causebox.

    • I just tried Causebox and as soon as my annual subscription is up I’m done. Late shipping, items of poor quality, FFF had them beat.

  3. FFF has no “fit” products; jewelry not great quality, products just aren’t worth the money – I was a subscriber for years and finally decided to stop wasting money when only one or two products were decent.

  4. Yeah, the #9 spot is due to the FB group created by the CEO…its almost February and nobody has received their tracking info for the January box…every single month its a different excuse. Now they have raised their price to Boxycharm base box…what a joke…all home product with no safety seal it unknown Indy products…they lured customer in with the first box…Tarte, beauty blender…and now claim they are different supposed in a positive way, send overpriced crap…the group members are hateful and if you don’t agree with them this is the best box ever…you get talked to like trash…then promptly blocked from the page. Its now Jan 24 the
    ….I have cancelled after this month both my hubby box and mine as well for February…he was charged on Jan 13th and his box is due to arrive tomorrow…yet I don’t even have confirmation on a shipping label printed and paid on the first…unacceptable to first collect funds…then plan a box…wait on items to be sent to them and almost a month later shipped to customer…oh and if you get something damaged…you can only get a replacement if you continue your sub for the following month

    • Hi Beverly, thanks for sharing your experience with the community! MSA did recently start reviewing this box since there was some interest from readers, and we’re paying for it ourselves so we can get the same experience as any paying customer. They do seem to typically ship the 3rd week of the month in our experience so far. If any readers want to keep up on the latest posts and comments about The Box, you can see the latest reviews here: https://www.mysubscriptionaddiction.com/category/the-box-by-fashionsta-reviews

  5. They use my comment about Ipsy! 🙂

    • used*

  6. Finally! The box by Fashionsta gets a mention on MSA!!
    This is my favorite box and Im subscribrd to dozens!

    • The Box by Fashonsta December review is forthcoming!

  7. I know that MSA always tries to be positive, but I would like a post about subscription box companies that deserve to be in a Hall of Shame. I want to know which companies to avoid, or at least ones that have sketchy, or just plain bad, customer service. Companies like FFF are all well and good until it takes them literally MONTHS to deliver your box, and make pathetic excuses for why they refuse to take responsibility for failure. Or companies that use the MSA comment section to accuse their customers of being dishonest thieves (when it is they who fail to respond to email enquiries). A Hall of Shame is warranted for these unscrupulous companies with questionable ethics.

    • I totally get where you’re coming from but you have to remember that not everyone has had the same experiences you have (for example, I’ve had nothing but great experiences with FFF). I personally think it would be very irresponsible of MSA to condemn a company or subscription box in the way you suggest. Part of what I think MSA does best is that they strive to be as neutral as possible while allowing comments from users to relay the sorts of things you seem to be looking for. I have definitely used comments to inform my subscription choices and would encourage you to do the same. People are not shy about sharing what they love and hate about subs; the spoiler posts are particularly good for that sort of thing. Good luck!

    • They sometimes comment at the end of certain box reviews that users have reported problems with customer service for a box.

      You can also sometimes find user comments under box reviews of their experiences, and boxes have the ‘ratings’ feature as well. It’s usually pretty obvious what boxes have been rated low in customer service.

      My personal Hall of Shame would include Cosmo (poor customer service, had to dispute with credit card company when they charged me after cancelling,) Sugarbash (poor customer service, no longer offered,) Julep (no longer has a sub, but many of their nail products trashed my formerly healthy nails,) and GlobeIn [some products are terrible quality, and despite that some are nice, there isn’t good QA overall. Once my husband started commenting on how dysfunctional/cheap many of the items were (not knowing where they were from) I canceled.]

      But every person has their own experiences, so some users having bad experiences doesn’t mean everyone does.

      • Just go to the boxes Instagrams sites! Or Facebook pages you can see for yourselves what people are saying!

    • I agree, but you will never see a negative comment on this site against FFF. It would be deleted immediately.

        • Twice my comments were deleted. No poster was harmed. My comment was that I cancelled my subscription because the same items can be found in TJMaxx and Marshall’s without the shipping mixups. It was gone the next day.

    • I had a couple bad experiences with FFF the customer service was awful I paid annually so I could customize my box I did that & got nothing I chose called in about it & was told we can send you the items you want & just charge you for them ! I asked why I was getting charged & I was told because I already had my box ! They did more than once to me

      • I agree completely about FFF! Just got my box today and of course, did not get some of the items that I selected as an annual member. Instead, I received crap that I did not select (because I did not want it!). Also paid for an “add-on” and this is the second time that a paid add-on arrived and was defective. I think they are buying bad lots and selling them. About to cancel this subscription, but first going to try and get credit for the non-usable product they shipped. Wish me luck!

    • Do not EVEN bother with Glossybox! They started double billing me and would not let me return the extra boxes! I was forced to pay double for 3 months because I was calling in with my complaint after the 14th of the month so they could not stop autopay! I cancelled my subscription the day I got my box the month after the double billing ended and boom…here comes another Glossybox and same thing. You cancelled after the 14th so we had to bill you again! I’m sorry but the lady on the phone told me my subscription was canceled!

  8. Coastal Co. is now called Beachly – I have been a loyal subscriber since last fall and it is by far, the best subscription box, better than FFF and Yoga Club!

    • I’m a subscriber to two different monthly IPSY boxes, $12.95 starter (and least expensive) and the monthly IPSY GLAM @$25.00.

      It seems that there are too many samples vs full size products in each of the boxes. You take a survey initially pertaining to your likes, dislikes and special needs. After getting 2 red lipsticks and one matching red nail polish, and 3 black eyeliner I really have to question why I filled out the required questions before I completed my membership. At least 1/2 of each bag I give away. I’m ready for something new!

  9. Tipsy sends me the same thing over and over again! Birchbox is my favorite and has been for years. I really want to try FFF tho.

  10. I love Margot Elena as a nose, as well as the aesthetic of her stuff; but I’ve either already smelled most her scents that interest me or they are discontinued. I’m tempted, but not sure if the box would really be worth it for me personally… Very interested though. Just as a scent obsessive I’d recommend it if you are interested, her stuff tends to hit the sweet spot of crowd pleaser but not boring.

    • I love the Margot Elena Box! Unfortunately, they are no longer doing the annual, the winter box sold out before I could get it, and now my budget is too tight to get it for a while.
      Her box is always great to split out a few gifts, as well, because she packs the boxes with so many items.

  11. CauseBox ships to Canada

  12. I love Causebox. The others look fun, but none tempt me to switch! Really quality items I use. And I like to think it is doing some good and not just pure self indulgence!

  13. I’m a subscription box junkie I suppose. I currently subscribe to fabfitfun, causebox, coastal, Ipsy, Birchbox and Sephora…I tried Stitchfix but nothing worked for me….I LOVE THEM ALL……But if I had to choose just one I’d have to go with fabfitfun..it’s just my personal fave 🥰

  14. I’m a subscription box junkie I suppose. I currently subscribe to fabfitfun, causebox, coastal, Ipsy, Birchbox and Sephora…I tried Stitchfix but nothing worked for me….I LOVE THEM ALL……But if I had to choose just one I’d have to go with fabfitfun..it’s just my personal fave 🥰

  15. I love Boxycharm, but Beautyfix looks really tempting too!

  16. Ipsy!!! Love it also fabfitfun!

  17. The only one I get is IPSY and I love it. I have been wanting a FFF for so long!

    • I just canceled my FFF. I just didn’t think it was worth the price honestly. I’ve gotten three boxes from them and only really used a handful of things.

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