Loose Button (US Version) – Fall 2012!

20 Oct

OH EM GIZZLES you guise, Loose Button is finally available in the US (and according to their website, only for a limited time). If you’re unfamiliar with Loose Button, they are a well-established beauty subscription service that, up until a couple months ago, was exclusive to Canada. When they announced they were coming into the US, I pounced.Loose Button is a quarterly subscription service that delivers boxes with the seasons. I received the Fall box which was shipped late September. My next box will be Winter and I’m assuming it ships sometime in late December or early January. Here is how the cost of the seasonal boxes is explained on their website:

We are currently offering a limited time U.S membership available in two different plans: One Season plan costs $26 which includes the Fall Luxe Box which contains 7-8 trial size beauty and lifestyle products, shipped in September, exclusive perks throughout the season and complimentary shipping!

Two Seasons plan costs $50 which includes the Fall Luxe Box (shipped in September) and Winter Luxe Box (shipped in December) along with exclusive perks throughout the season and complimentary shipping

There won’t be any additional fees on top of the prices listed above. We have you covered for taxes, customs and duties! During this exclusive preview to our U.S members, you will only be charged once for these plan, your subscription is non-recurring.

If you choose to pay season by season (like me) you will be paying $1 extra than if you shelled over $50 upfront for two seasons. I went with the safer route of one season to start off because they were just launching here. As time progresses I may pay for multiples up front, but there isn’t much of an incentive to do so. Here is what I received in my Fall LooseButton Box:

Star of the show: The Eyeko Skinny Liquid Liner. I am in LOVE with this liner. It’s a beautiful rich black color and glides effortlessly across the skin. I wrote out “GirlyEnthusiast” on my arm in the photo above to show you the epic precision of this liner. It’s also a full size product and sells for $15 at Sephora.

Gonna be honest, could have done without the razor. That definitely cheapened the box in my opinion. Everything else was new and interesting and I’m in the process of trying it all out.

If you want to sign up for the Winter season, head over to www.loosebutton.com.

7 Responses to “Loose Button (US Version) – Fall 2012!”

  1. Amy October 20, 2012 at 12:30 pm #

    That is an excellent box! If I didn’t have such a serious issue with sample hoarding, I would definitely jump on it. I’m still considering the Winter box, though. :)

    • Chelsey October 20, 2012 at 11:06 pm #

      OMG I know.. that damn H word keeps haunting me.

  2. Megan November 1, 2012 at 10:41 am #

    OMG, I actually like everything in this box. It seems like it really might be worth it!! Thanks for sharing :)

    xo Megan, http://2hellobeautiful.com/

  3. Megan November 1, 2012 at 10:47 am #

    OMG I actually like everything in this box! It looks like this one might actually be worth it! Thanks for sharing :)

    xo, Megan

  4. Kyuu November 2, 2012 at 8:58 am #

    I was thinking about joining this the other day… thanks for sharing!

    As of the box right now, it doesn’t look like it would be worth it to me. I do love Eyeko, and I’m always up for an Essie polish but I could take or leave everything else. (Probably leave the razor and the Salon Effects strips. Not a fan of polish strips.) If that’s the case, then buying just the both of them at retail would still be cheaper than getting the whole box.

    What do you think of the Orlane Serum Fermete? And the other Orlane thing? At first I thought the Serum Fermete was clear blocks for treating acne (also because I didn’t bother reading the actual words), but I guess I was just misled by the picture.

    Though it is always super nice to see French on my beauty products, haha.

    • Chelsey November 5, 2012 at 9:55 am #

      LOL totally agree with you on the French bit.

      I actually haven’t tried the Orlane product yet. I’m hoping it’s “super moisturizing” as it claims because living in Arizona, the winter air dries my skin up like a crusty ritz cracker.

  5. Best Facial Mask January 7, 2013 at 12:05 pm #

    That looks like a great box set! It might definitely be worth a look – beauty subscriptions are really fun, you get to try a lot of products out at a reasonable price. Great post.

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