BeautyArmy.com Review & Vlog

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This month I decided to try a few new beauty sample sites and subscription boxes, and while I was successful in accomplishing that goal I have not been successful in posting the videos in a timely matter!

Here, at long last, is my BeautyArmy.com review and vlog! With BeautyArmy.com you pay $12 per month and get up to 6 samples. You choose the samples you’ll receive instead of having random samples sent to your house. So, if you don’t like what you get it’s your own fault. Except for one small thing. While I could choose 6 samples, I only had 9 from which to choose, which doesn’t leave much room for options.

I received the following products:

  • Cellceuticals Photodefense SPF 55+
  • Grand Central Beauty Smart Skin Perfecting Mask
  • Weleda Almond Cleansing Lotion
  • LaRocca Skincare Cellular Gold Hydrating Body Balm
  • Mad Skincare Transforming Daily Moisturizer
  • MyFace Cosmetics MyMix Foundation in Medium/Dark

This box was definitely worth the $12 as there were some great samples inside. That said, I had to throw the Mad Skincare moisturizer away because no matter what I tried I could not get the product out of the tube. The MyMix Foundation is much too dark for my skin, and the Grand Central Beauty Mask is CONFUSING. I think half of the video above is me trying to figure out exactly what the product is because BeautyArmy didn’t send a card and surprisingly the word “mask” doesn’t appear anywhere on the product. I’m really excited to try the LaRocca product!

If you like having more control over the products you receive then I’m sure you’ll enjoy BeautyArmy. Personally, I enjoy the element of surprise as opposed to picking my own products.

If you enjoy sites like this, be sure to check out our full list of beauty sample sites!

About Lisa

Lisa Koivu is the founder and editor of ShopGirlDaily.com. She also shares writing and monetization tips for bloggers at OhSheBlogs.com.