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#socialbloggers 122 // Subscription boxes

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I always think subscription boxes are both exciting but disappointing. I love that moment when you get one and you’re about to see what’s inside, but then when you delve in to find another lipgloss and more hand cream, you can’t help feeling a bit ripped off.

I’ve written two posts before about what I would and wouldn’t include in a subscription box, I’d love to know what box you would create!

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Q1: Do you currently subscribe to any boxes, would you?


Q2: Do you blog about subscription boxes?


Q3: What keeps you subscribed to a box?


Q4: What would make you subscribe to a box? #socialbloggers


Q5: If you could create your own, what would it be?

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4 Comments

  • Thuy

    I think I’ve tried two subscription boxes ever: DailyLook Elite and Ipsy (makeup). I do like the surprise of seeing what you get but I eventually stopped both because 1) I usually didn’t want to keep all of the stuff and 2) it made me feel pressured to buy things I may not otherwise need.

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  • Shireen L. Platt

    I do love beauty subscriptions but have cancelled all but ipsy because I’m overwhelmed by how many stuff I have. I am trying to be smart and only keep and use products that I love instead of blindingly keeping and buying everything.

  • Ela

    I am not subscribed to any boxes and I don’t think I will subscribe in the near future! I prefer to keep that money and spend it on the things I actually need rather than having things I don’t need or I won’t ever use. x

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