Mystery Makeup Box From nomakenolife

Mystery Makeup Box From nomakenolife

May 10, 2022 · 2 min. readThis article may contain affiliate links. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases.

I can probably count, begrudgingly, the number of times I've been forced to wear makeup, usually by my sister or my girlfriend. But I can honestly say this is one of the few times I was a willing participant and it actually wasn't that bad.

After doing many, many candy unboxing reviews over the years, I wanted to try something new. After all, diversity is the spice of life. So instead of the usual candy box I order from TokyoTreat, I ordered a makeup box from their sibling company nomakenolife. If I recall, the makeup box was slightly more expensive (about $2), and the box is smaller, but it should also last you longer than candy does.

Most of the time I wrote long, elaborate, detailed pieces about each item in a box... but this time I have nothing to compare it to. I tried on some blue eye shadow but I wasn't sure if it felt normal, nice or dusty. It felt fine to me, and apparently, it was very well pigmented. The same can be said for the blush or the lip colour (which, I did not know existed until I did this video). It all seemed nice and good quality, but I don't know otherwise.

So, instead of me trying to explain what everything felt like, you can watch my video and judge for yourself:

I know this article is short, but it's one of those things where a video explains things better than words ever could. However, I'd still love to hear your thoughts on my video, the make-up, and if you want to see any more unboxing articles in the comments below.

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After doing many, many candy unboxing reviews over the years, I wanted to try something new. After all, diversity is the spice of life. So instead of the usual candy box I order from TokyoTreat, I ordered a makeup box from their sibling company nomakenolife. If I recall, the makeup box was slightly more expensive (about $2), and the box is smaller, but it should also last you longer than candy does.

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