Sephora Play February 2017 Review
It’s February, which means love is inevitably in the air — and when it comes to this month’s Sephora Play box, we’re head over heels. Between the beautiful, pink satin bag to the amazing products inside, this could quite possibly be Sephora Play’s best box yet.
The theme for this month’s Sephora Play was “The Soft Side,” and the products included:
- Sephora LashCraft Length & Volume Mascara: $3.41 value ($12 for full-size)
- Clinique Pep-Start HydroBlur Moisturizer: $4.16 value ($29.50 for full-size)
- NARS Velvet Lip Glide in Bound: $9.10 value ($26 for full-size)
- TooFaced Lip Injection Glossy in Milkshake: $4.70 value ($22 for full-size)
- Origins GinZing Refreshing Eye Cream: $10 value ($30 for full-size)
- Marc Jacobs Divine Decadence Perfume: $2.88 value ($72+ for full-size)
I am obsessed with the February 2017 Sephora Play box. I repeat: OBSESSED. Cue the Mariah Carey GIFs. Christine’s came in the mail first, and I swore that if I didn’t get the exact same products in my box, I would throw a literal fit. Luckily, the stars aligned and I did get the same products. Thank you, Sephora Gods!
I’ve been hearing nothing but good things about Clinique’s skincare products lately, so I was excited to try their new PepStart moisturizer — and even more excited when I realized it had ~*~MaGiCaL~*~ blurring powers. It’s like a moisturizer and a primer in one. It lives up to the hype, too — I have big pores and super oily skin, but it helps my makeup to actually stay on my face and look normal. I also already have this exact tiny bottle of Origins Eye Cream in my bathroom — it must’ve been from a previous Sephora sample (because they hand them out like it’s Christmas errday). And it’s legit. For people like Christine and me, who tend to have overactive tear glands, this is a miracle worker for the morning after a long sob sesh.
I would normally be annoyed at getting two lip products in one box, but I’ve been wanting a plumping lip gloss for literal years. And the NARS lip gloss is a beautiful subtle pink. And the best part? It’s MOISTURIZING. Five stars all around!
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