FabFitFun Summer Box Review

by - June 24, 2021

I signed up for FabFitFun last winter. After being constantly bombarded with targeted ads for the program pretty much everywhere, I wanted to see what all the fuss is about. And I am here to tell you that, so far, this box deserves the hype. Even when I was busy and missed the customization period for the spring box, I was still not disappointed in what I received.

For those of you unfamiliar, here's how FabFitFun works. You can choose to do a seasonal plan where you pay per box, which works out well if you decide to skip a month, or you can do the annual plan and prepay for all four boxes and save $20. The seasonal price is $50 per box, but as you'll learn that's nothing compared to the retail value of the products you'll receive. There are some other differences between the plan, which you can learn about on their website.

My summer box came earlier this month, and it is the best one I've gotten yet. I legitimately like and will use every single product I received. So let's dive into those products now!

Virginia Wolf Multi-Wear Wrap
This tropical printed wrap is exactly what you'd expect. It's sized to fit most sizes and can be worn multiple ways, including as a dress, although I don't think I would be comfortable with that. It retails for $60, which I absolutely would not spend on what will be mostly used as a swimsuit cover-up.

AG Hair RE:COIL Curl Activator
At $37, this is without a doubt the most expensive curl cream I have ever tried. This product claims to separate and hold curls without stiffness or stickiness. I've been using it since I got it, and I can definitely tell a difference in this and my drug-store curl creams. Other than the day I used too much, it lives up to its stiff-and-sticky-free claims.

MineTan Body Skin Moisturizing Recovery After Sun Gel
Not gonna lie, this is really expensive aloe vera gel, but it feels really nice and smells good. It retails at $33 so I definitely would have bypassed it on the shelf.

Draper James Ruffle Nightie
I 100 percent would never spend $48 on a nightgown, but it might be my favorite thing in this box.

Ciaté London Watermelon Burst Setting Spray
This isn't my first dip into the Ciaté brand, but it is my first time using one of their setting sprays. This one smells like summer, and it does a pretty good job of keeping my makeup in place, although I haven't tested it out in a sweat-inducing environment. It retails for $22.

Eyeko, Barefoot Scientist, Aria Beauty BUNDLE
All together, these three products are $55. I don't know what they sell for individually.

Eyeko Double Act Shadow Stick in Cookies & Cream - Where has this been all my life? It's so easy to apply and the two colors are perfect for a natural every day look. It also came with a handy little sharpener.

Barefoot Scientist Pedicure File - This does exactly what it's supposed to.

Aria Beauty Makeup Swabs - These are reusable makeup swabs. The silicone tips make them ideal for smudging eye makeup or fixing eyeliner, and they came with a nifty carrying case.

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