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Target Beauty Box Reviews (Hello Radiance) ALL THE MASKS, (Hello) BeYOU(tiful), and (Hello Gorgeous) Wakeup and Makeup

Target releases seasonal beauty boxes. Five beauty boxes are available now. I am only mentioning and reviewing the ones I purchased, but head over to the Target site to see if the ones I am passing on interest you. Define and Shine has been available for a while, but Treat Yourself is new. These are not subscription boxes and almost always sell out the day they release, usually in the first few hours. Four new boxes released today and are still available. Shipping is always free, and the box contents announce as soon as the box goes on sale. Most items are sample sized, but there is almost always a full-size item or two inside. Value is usually at least triple the cost. The only variation in box content is on color items. Unless the color is specifically stated in the description, colors will vary. Boxes usually range in price from $5 to $10. All 5 of the current boxes retail for $7. ALL THE MASKSBeYOU(tiful), and Wakeup to Makeup are the ones I ordered.


Some people have seen this round of boxes in store, but I never saw them at my local Target.

Everything came loose inside of a package with squares all over it.

Most Target Beauty Boxes have a coupon for $3 off a $15 beauty purchase.

As you can already tell by the box (after I upload the photos), this is a different box. There was only one coupon inside. It is for $1 off St. Ives Facial Care, and it is valid through 07/30.18. This is a single use coupon that has a unique promo code for online redemption and a bar code for in-store redemption.

The theme of this box is Hello Radiance!, which is a great name for a box of facial masks.

Like all beauty boxes, this does come with a product card. It goes over the products inside and gives tips on how to use some of them.

The $7 Hello Radiance! (ALL THE MASKS) box includes 7 masks (3 are in 1 package) for $7. That makes the cost of each mask $1. Everything is full-size, which makes this a rare Target Beauty Box. Granted, it would be extremely difficult to get a sample size of a sheet mask.

The Neutrogena® Hydro Boost Hydrating Gel Mask retails for $2.59. Hydrating masks are my favorite type and what I look for most in sheet masks. Hydrogel masks are usually an added bonus when it comes to hydrating masks, because they feel refreshing and tend to stay in place. I hope this provides maximum absorption as promised.

The Yes To Carrots and Kale Paper Mask retails for $2.50. This vitamin-enriched veggie mask for depleted skin should leaped a nourished, healthy-looking glow. Brightening is the second thing I look for in masks after hydration. I hope this does the trick.

The Masque Bar Luminizing Charcoal Peel Off Mask is not sold at Target (the reason there is no link). All the masks from this line retail for $3.49 so that is the price I am using to assign value. I am unsure whether Target is just out of these, stopped carrying them, or has not started to carry them. Either way, this mask should purify the face by drawing dirt and oil from pores. While I do not have a lot of build-up in my pores, I do like to occasionally clean them out. On the package, this looks like a sheet mask. However, it does not feel like a sheet mask is inside and the directions lead me to believe it is a single use peel. Here’s hoping it does not painfully rip my peach fuzz off when I try it.

The St. Ives Soothing Oatmeal Sheet Mask retails for $2.49. This is third and final sheet mask in this set. It is a soothing mask, which is my third favorite type of sheet mask. Bonus points that it also works to combat dull skin, which is a problem I typically have. For those keeping track, this set has my first, second, and third favorite type of sheet masks in it. Now you see why I had to buy it. My skin is sensitive, and I like to use a calming mask when my skin gets irritated. Of course, I like to use one I’ve already tested and know I love to make sure I do not react to the calming mask. When I try this for the first time, I will much sure my skin is not under distress. If it works nicely, I will try it under distress later.

The Que Bella multi-mask pack trio retails for $2.99. This has 3 0.17oz foils of the charcoal mud mask, the superberry mud mask, and the coconut cream mask. It is for multi-masking (using more than one mask at a time to treat different skin concerns). While there is no easy perforation to separate these, there is enough space between each one to cut one or more out based on what your skin needs. I’ve used two masks at a time, but I have never used three. Acne prone areas get the charcoal mask, dull and dry areas get the super berry mud mask, and the undereyes get the coconut cream mask. Even if you apply a generous layer, that is way more eye mask than you’d need for a single treatment. Grab a Ziplock before opening this product to store the excess.

As with all drugstore products, price variation is huge depending on where you shop. For this box, I used Target prices on all items. This box has a $14.06 value. My personal value is also $14.06, because I will try everything in this box. While this is one of the lowest box values I’ve seen, it is worth it to sample all these full-size products I have not yet tried. No matter how much I enjoy each mask, I am happy to try 7 different masks for $7. All of these masks are new to my collection as well so this was a great score.


Everything came loose inside of a package with pink and green stripes all over it.

Most Target Beauty Boxes have a coupon for $3 off a $15 beauty purchase.

As you can already tell by the box (after I upload the photos), this is a different box. There are 5 coupons in this box, which is one more than advertised. All 5 have unique promo codes for online redemption and a bar code for in-store redemption.

The coupons are:

$2 off Olly Vitamins. Expires 6/30/18
$1 off Simple Facial Care (excludes travel size). Expires 7/30/18
$1 off L’Oreal Paris Pure Clay. Expires 6/30/18
$2 off Nexxus Hair Care (excludes sachets, trial, and travel size). Expires 7/30/18
$3 off a $15 Honest Beauty purchase (not advertised so I may have received it in this box by mistake). Expires 7/30/18

The theme of this box is Hello BeYOUtiful!, which is always a fun way to label beauty products.

Like all beauty boxes, this does come with a product card. It goes over the products inside and gives tips on how to use some of them.

The $7 Hello BeYOUtiful! box includes 8 products for $7. That makes the cost of each product $0.88. There are 3 full-size and 5 deluxe sized products.

The full-size 0.5oz SinfulColors in Galax-Sea retails for $2.99. Some people will receive this in Wonderment. This color is new to my collection, but I am a fan of this polish line. As soon as my ex gives me my nail polish spoons from his house, I will give this a proper swatch. Compare this to my other green nail polishes.

The 0.17oz Honest Beauty Younger Face Deep Hydration Cream is worth $5.61. I have very dry skin so a deep hydration cream sounds delightful. It uses daikon radish seed oil and baobab seed.

The single-serving of OLLY Undeniable Beauty Gummy is worth $0.40. I am not a huge fan of gummy vitamins, because I prefer not to taste my vitamins at all. Even though these gummy vitamins typically add a lot of sugar to make them taste good, I can still usually taste the awful vitamins. That said, I will try this. It has 2500mcg of biotin, 150mg of borage oil, and antioxidants for healthy hair, strong nails, and dewy skin.

The full-size 0.11oz e.l.f. Gotta Glow Lip Tint in Perfect Pink retails for $6. This is one of those lip products that reacts with the chemistry of lips to deliver a personalized shade of pink. It also boasts a moisturizing formula. I’ve tried this type of product so I look forward to seeing how e.l.f. compares to the others. At $6, this is the cheapest one I own. It would be wonderful if it performs as well or better. Once I wear this, I will edit in a picture and review.

The full-size 30-count Simple Water Boost micellar make-up remover eye pads retail for $6.99. I also received these in my March 2018 Allure Beauty Box, but I have not tried them yet. When it comes to eye makeup remover, I only want ones that remove makeup without too much work and do not burn my eyes. As long as this meets those goals, I will keep the duplicate. This promises to leave the area around the eyes refreshed and soothed, which sounds promising.

The 3oz Nexxus Keraphix Shampoo retails in this size for $3.99. It uses collagen and keratin amino acids to repair damaged strands for softer, stronger, healthier looking hair from root to tip. I have not tried it yet so I am unsure if it delivers on its promises.

The 3oz Nexxus Keraphix Conditioner retails in this size for $3.99. It promises to strengthen hair and infuse shine.

The 0.5oz L’Oreal Pure-Clay Cleanser Detox-Brighten is worth $0.64. This clay-to-mousse charcoal cleanser promises to slough away impurities and brighten dull skin. It is not the best for my skin type. If I choose to keep this, I will only use it around my larger pores and may expand out if it is not too stripping.

As with all drugstore products, price variation is huge depending on where you shop. For this box, I used Target prices on all items. This box has a $30.61 value. My personal value is also $30.61, because I will probably try everything in this box. When one of the full-size items (in this case the wipes) carries the cost of the other products by itself and it is an item you want to try or already love, that is when these boxes have out-of-this world value. While I am unsure how I feel about the duplicate wipes, I am happy about the nail polish and lip product, which are both full-size and together go over what I paid for the box. That makes this box an incredible deal.


Everything came loose inside of a pink package covered in starbursts.

Most Target Beauty Boxes have a coupon for $3 off a $15 beauty purchase.

As you can already tell by the box (after I upload the photos), this is a different box. There are 3 coupons in this box, which is one more than advertised. All 3 have unique promo codes for online redemption and a bar code for in-store redemption.

The coupons are:

$1 off Dove Deodorant (excludes trial or travel sizes). Expires 7/30/18
$1 off Dove Hair Care (excludes twin packs, trial, and travel sizes). Expires 7/30/18
$3 off a $15 Honest Beauty purchase. Expires 6/30/18

The theme of this box is Hello Gorgeous!, and these products can help one get there a little easier.

Like all beauty boxes, this does come with a product card. It goes over the products inside and gives tips on how to use some of them.

The $7 Hello Gorgeous (Wakeup and Makeup)! box includes 7 products for $7. That makes the cost of each product $1. There are 4 full-size and 3 deluxe sized products.

The single Sonia Kashuk Quick-Dry Makeup Brush wipe is worth $0.90. The individually wrapped, quick-dry wipes clean makeup brushes on the go and allow you to color-change in a cinch. While I think a color switch is better for color changes, I think these would be handy for travel. I will probably save it for a trip where I take makeup with me.

The full-size 0.34oz Covergirl Peacock Flare Mascara in 805 Black retails for $7.89. Pricing on drugstore mascara always perplexes me. Depending on which shade you get, you can get a better price. I priced the right shade. This mascara has a feather-fan brush that separates and catches each lash for maximum length. While I have a lot of mascaras waiting on me to open them, this is one that really interests me.

The 7-count Honesty Beauty Refreshingly Clean Makeup Remover Wipes are worth $2.33. These wipes have a rich blend of grape seed and olive oils to lift away excess smudges and residue. I guess that means I should not use these for the first makeup removal. Unless all my makeup is fully removed, I will not usually go to sleep. However, I will try these wipes both ways (in the morning after washing markup off at night and at night to remove makeup). Once I do, I will report back on how each went.

The full-size e.l.f. beautifully bare Blending Brush retails for $6. This unique brush head with ultra-fine bristles promises to provide even, streak-free coverage on first application. I’ve been impressed by most of the e.l.f. brushes I own. Even though this one is new to my collection, I have no doubt it will live up to its promises.

The full-size 0.56oz e.l.f. beautifully bare Natural Glow Face Palette retails for $8. This is a palette I almost purchased on its own based on the strength of similar e.l.f. products I’ve tried. Getting it and a bunch of other things for $1 less is amazing. It is a three-in-one palette that features bronzer, highlighter, and two blushes. I think the swatches were very nice for an $8 palette. They did take an extra pass than most e.l.f. products to build pigment. Once I wear these, I will report back on how it goes.

The full-size 3.8oz Dove dry spray invisible sheer fresh Antiperspirant retails for $5.49. On 100 different colors, this product was invisible. This promises to dry instantly. I have not tried it yet, but I will report back on whether it is invisible, dries instantly, protects from sweat, or protects from odor.

The 1.15oz Dove Refresh + Care Fresh Coconut Dry Shampoo is worth $1.15. I have tried a different Dove Refresh + Care Dry Shampoo, and I liked it enough to try this. That is not one I would consider purchasing so I hope this one performs better. This promises the weightless formula will absorb excess oil leaving locks lush.

As with all drugstore products, price variation is huge depending on where you shop. For this box, I used Target prices on all items. This box has a $31.76 value. My personal value is also $31.76, because I will try everything in this box. Of the three boxes I purchased, this is the one I wanted the most things from. It is no surprise that it has the highest value. Other than possibly the dry shampoo, I look forward to trying everything. All of these products are new to me so this box was a great addition to my collection. It is an amazing deal if you want even half of the products.


Remember to check all Target offers before placing an online order, but these boxes always sell out fast. You get free shipping when you order this, but the regular $35 shipping minimum applies if you add anything to the order. Look for extra items as quickly as possible. Boxes release almost every month and although the exact release dates vary, the first Monday of each month is the most common release. The second most common is the last Monday of the month. If you want to make sure you get the next box, subscribe to Target emails and look at them when they hit your inbox. Of course, I will always alert you on the front page when they come back in stock as well.

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3 comments on “Target Beauty Box Reviews (Hello Radiance) ALL THE MASKS, (Hello) BeYOU(tiful), and (Hello Gorgeous) Wakeup and Makeup

  1. Cricket
    March 31, 2018

    I think these boxes are a good deal. I’ve always been allowed to order 2 or 3 (of the same box in one order) of them at one time. They’re great for travel, to try before you buy, backups or just to use as little gifts. Thanks for the post!

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  2. notcreative
    March 31, 2018

    You’re right. I just tested it and it let me add 3. Thanks for letting me know. I will update the post.

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  3. Makeupobesessed
    April 10, 2018

    I noticed these boxes are sold currently in my local Target store. Still $7, but I only saw the beyoutiful and face masks boxes. They didn’t have many left. I miss the $3 off beauty coupon.

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