I will not be swatching this or using this palette at all. Once again, this palette did not come in a box. I am unsure whether I’ll try to sell this palette at a steep discount or whether I’ll save it for a giveaway.
The large brush is meant to be perfect for applying liquids, creams, and powders. The smaller brush is intended for foundation application.
Also, I do not believe that these brushes are worth $35.00 USD. Luxie and Sigma both sell more affordable brushes.
BECCA Ultimate Coverage 24 Hour Foundation Complexion Pack
At first, I was livid when I thought that this dinky sample was the fifth item in my box. Once I read the Boxycharm November 2019 pamphlet, I changed my mind.
Charmers received one of two foundation samplers to help Boxycharm better understand its subscribers’ complexions. Supposedly, this will help subscribers receive complexion products that are better matched in future boxes.
I am so curious to see if Boxycharm starts including foundations or concealers in future boxes.
Final Thoughts on the Boxycharm November 2019 Box
So how did the Boxycharm November 2019 box stack up?
I am beyond bitter about this month’s Boxycharm. Although the Kypris serum is the “big-ticket” item, the eyeshadow palette is clearly intended to bring the WOW factor. To be fair, if I didn’t own the full-size Dominque Cosmetics Palette I’d be less bitter.
Of the items I received, I am most excited to try the Kypris serum and the Dose of Colors Liquid Lipstick. I will use the Tula Skincare masks and the Boxycharm brushes, but I’m not excited about them. I wish I had received something else in the November 2019 box.
At this point, I am torn on whether I’ll keep my subscription. I’m toying with canceling it after the six-month subscription period. However, part of me is also toying with upgrading to Boxycharm Premium. This month’s premium box looked incredible!
Rating the Boxycharm November 2019 box: this box would receive 3/5 stars.