Yes, Oh Yas! Is a monthly beauty subscription. For a monthly price of 14.99$ + shipping, you will get 3-7 full sized items that equal or exceed 85$ in value depending on current month’s selection. If you complete a year of subscribing, they will send you a box that has a very high value. I subscribed only recently and I am excited for every item that comes. As of right now, they do not have a point system.
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On to the items!
My favorite part of any subscription box is when they include either any type of palette or all of the chosen items can be used to create a complete look. By complete, I don’t mean a full face, but at least one that I could just put together with all the items and walk out of my house not feeling like something is missing. This month’s box could be a little of both. It did include a pallette and a shadow that could also double as a highlighter.
The theme for this month was “Resting Witch Face”, and the card had a very cute skull on it.
1. STIKS Lipstick in shade Tangerine
What a perfect color for not just a Halloween look, but also one that is appropriate for fall. This lipstick is supposed to multitask! It can be used as a creme eyeshadow or even a cheek stain.
2. Mirabella Visionary Longwear Eyeshadow in shade Imagine
This is such a beautiful shade. This eyeshadow had a wet, mousse consistency. It looks beautiful as a highlighter as well. It has a warm tone to it so I don’t quite understand how it plays into the “Resting Witch Face”. Maybe it is supposed to be a glammed up witch?
3. NCLA Beauty Nail Laquer in shade I Been Drinkin’
I will forever love nail polishes in my monthly boxes. They are the reason why I started getting more into subscription boxes and eventually makeup. The shade that was chosen is very bright and slightly pink. I would be perfect for a summer or a spring shade.
4. Skone Cosmetics Lux Pro Brush
A lip brush is something that I received for the very first time. I do not have any lip palettes, and the ombre lip is not really my thing. I could possibly find a great use for this as a detailing and packing brush. The stiff and smooth bristles seem perfect for it!
5. IBY Cosmetics City Limits eyeshadow palette
As much as I love palettes, I don’t think this one is a good fit for this box. The colors are great, but these look a little like a palette that was sent a few months back during summer. I will not swatch this palette because I am planning on giving it away. I like the brand, but this palette seems like a re-imagined version of Desert Vibes from the same company. I’m sure a friend of mine will be more excited about this palette than I am.
So let’s get to the overview!
I was less than impressed with the selection of items for this month’s box. They are great as products but they were a stretch to link them to the theme. Other than the lipstick, I did not get this season’s vibe. The cosmetics were a really good quality but I wish they stuck to the theme.
- STIKS Lipstick in shade Tangerine – $20
- Mirabella Visionary Longwear Eyeshadow in shade Imagine – $30
- NCLA Beauty Nail Laquer in shade I Been Drinkin’ – $18
- Skone Cosmetics Lux Pro Brush – $20
- IBY Cosmetics City Limits eyeshadow palette – $28
The value of this month’s box comes to a total of $116, which is amazing! I did, however, find a slight inconsistency with the nail polish (listed for $16 on company’s website), the palette (listed for $20 on company’s website), lip brush (listed for $9 on company’s website. The lipstick was listed at $18 on the company’s website, but they did not have the shade so it was either a limited edition for an elevated price or something is off. The eyeshadow was on sale for $10 but is valued at $29 so I will let that slide.
I was shocked to find that the prices listed on the card are different from what the product’s value actually is. I know I should be happy because if I want to re-purchase the price is lower, but I feel like I was being lied to. This is the first month that I have noticed the inconsistencies. The adjusted value of the box $73 which is a difference of $43! I understand rounding, but this is about 1/3 less than what Yes, Oh Yas! was advertising.
This is the first strike for this subscription; two more and I will be canceling. This just feels a little more than dishonest, but I am willing to give this subscription the benefit of the doubt.