Influenster #MapleVoxbox Review

A little while ago I received the first official Canadian voxbox from Influenster

Ice Breakers Duo in “Raspberry”

I liked these, sweet, and little bit minty.  The only problem I had with these was that it was improperly labelled – the “one” tab opened up half of the container, and the “many” tab had a tiny opening enough for one mint.

ImPress Manicure Press-On Nails

 I wasn’t the biggest fan of these.  I personally don’t like press-on nails, as I feel like my nails can’t breathe.  Plus I do my own nail art, so for the price of one of these, I can buy a bunch of polishes on sale, and do my own design, without having to worry about them falling off.  This particular package was also nearly impossible to open – I had to wedge it open with a metal nail file.  In conclusion, these are a cool idea, and I know a lot of people who like them, they just aren’t my cup of tea.

NYC Big Bold Curl Mascara, & Big Bold Plumping Lip Gloss

Again, a bit of a downer, but it is a bargain brand, so you can’t expect too much.  I didn’t like the formula for either of these – the mascara was too goopy, and I can’t handle the tingly feeling of plumping lip glosses.  However, the colour of these were right up my alley – black mascara, and pink lip gloss.  No plans on using the $1 off coupons in the immediate future.

Skinny Cow Dreamy Clusters & Heavenly Crisp Bar

I really liked these 2 snacks – they were tasty, crunchy, and cured my snacking urge, so if they were sold at a good price, I’d definitely get some more.

I also received the Montagne Jeunesse Mud Face Mask, but I wasn’t able to review it due to sensitive skin – I can’t use any face masks, especially ones that I’m not totally familiar with.

My hope for Influenster is that, now that they send voxboxes to Canada, they do more specific ones like our American friends get, like beauty themed ones 🙂

All items in this post were provided by Influenster, for an honest review.


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