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CurlBox review?

anissafersureanissafersure Posts: 255Registered Users
I'm interested in possibly subscribing to CurlBox, and I was wondering if any of you are subscribed to them as well? Would you recommend it, and do they give you decent products to try out?

Thanks!

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  • DonnitaMaeDonnitaMae Posts: 22Registered Users
    I'm interested in possibly subscribing to CurlBox, and I was wondering if any of you are subscribed to them as well? Would you recommend it, and do they give you decent products to try out?

    Thanks!

    I've been researching this myself. I've watched some YouTube reviews and unless I hear otherwise I am thinking my 25 dollars would be better spent with hand picked products. I have been getting a 15% off coupon from Sally Beauty Club Rewards program.
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  • anissafersureanissafersure Posts: 255Registered Users
    DonnitaMae wrote: »
    I'm interested in possibly subscribing to CurlBox, and I was wondering if any of you are subscribed to them as well? Would you recommend it, and do they give you decent products to try out?

    Thanks!

    I've been researching this myself. I've watched some YouTube reviews and unless I hear otherwise I am thinking my 25 dollars would be better spent with hand picked products. I have been getting a 15% off coupon from Sally Beauty Club Rewards program.

    I actually ended up subscribing to it. It was alright, but I ended doing the same as you... Just picking out my OWN products. The first box I got I didn't like at all. The second box was much better and had most of the products from Shea Moisture's new JBCO line. I ended up u subscribing to it after the second month. I just found it to be a waste of money.
  • adthomasadthomas Posts: 5,525Registered Users
    Unless someone is newly natural I don't see the purpose of subscribing to those things. Although I do try new products from time to time I know pretty much what ingredients my hair likes dislikes so why should I pay for "mystery" box that might be full of stuff I can't use. I find natural hair events a great place to pick up samples and learn about companies. That's where I first bought my Ayurvedic spray and other products I have since reordered.
    Yes, it's real. No, you can't touch it. :wav: