I recently just post about a Nexus, a new-to-me nail wrap subscription by Espionage Cosmetics. They have 2 subscription boxes available, and here is the other one! Each quarterly Boom! Box has a theme – I was sent a past theme for review, the August 2016 box of ‘Retro Gaming’.
Box: Boom! Box by Espionage Cosmetics is a quarterly beauty subscription box.
Price: $30/month + s/h.
Coupon Code: Use WELCOMEBBNX for $3 off your first month.
Contents: Espionage Cosmetics in every box, along with a few geek-tastic items. An average of $75+ value in every box!
Here is the information card – so colorful!
Exclusive shadows were including, featuring a green pigment in ‘1up’, and 2 pressed shadows in ‘Pixel’ and ‘Console’. The colors were actually pretty pigmented, and I love the names!
We also got some cool stickers this month – very reminiscent of my old gaming systems!
Art Print by Fox Smith (Value $15): Not sure where this print is from, but it does remind me a little bit of Mario, with the addition of Japanese influence.
Floppy Disk Notebook (Value $5?):
Who remembers floppy disks?! Talk about taking it back old school. How creative to repurpose these into notebooks.
8-Bit Hearts Nail Wrap (Value $10): These nail wraps will be sure to “raise your hp and make your heart smile”! I absolutely love these, so damn cute! (Plus, it’s glow in the dark!)
Power Up Nail Wrap (Value $10): These power ups are with a gloss finish – I can just here the sounds of the coins when mario jumps and gets those power ups!
Golden Relic Necklace by Geekstar Costuming (Value $12):
This symbol is from Zelda, and while I haven’t really played much of it, I know of its huge and loyal fanbase. Even though I’m not a huge Zelda fan, the necklace is still awesome!
Final Thoughts: This was a very cool box! I think it’s awesome to have a beauty brand create a subscription that has beauty items with a geeky influence. The theme was executed very well, with so many items that made me reminisce to the good ole gaming days. The value of the box was around $65+, but even if the items had a lower price point, I still think it was all definitely worth the purchase price of the box.