My FabFitFun Fall 2019 Editor’s Box review is ready. I ordered the FabFitFun Fall 2019 Editor’s Box yesterday for $49.99 when the ability to customize the first five categories opened in the shop. Only random boxes were available in the Edit Sale for $39.99, and even with the $10 off, I did not think that was a good deal. The ability to customize really makes all the difference. As far as I know, there is not a code to start with this box yet. That means this box is only available for current subscribers to purchase separately. New subscribers will start with the Fall Box, but they can order this from the shop immediately after joining.
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When does the FabFitFun Editor’s Box get released?
The FabFitFun Fall Editor’s 2019 Box got released in the Edit Sale, as most of them do. This box did not enter the shop until four days after the Edit Sale ended. It only had three options for the first three days. Midway through the third day, all five options opened. That is when it was worth ordering.
Anyone who signs up for a new membership between seasonal boxes starts with an Editor’s Box as the first box of their subscription. As of the publication date, there are still Fall boxes left, so you will start with the FabFitFun Fall 2019 Box unless you use the code designated for this FabFitFun Fall 2019 Editor’s Box. The regular codes, fffa2p6 or FAB10, will get you $10 off whichever box FabFitFun is selling when you happen upon this post. You can use code FAB50 to get 50% off ($24.99) a FabFitFun Fall 2019 Box subscription. New annual subscribers ($179.99 for 4 boxes) can select all five customizations I go over below. Seasonal subscribers ($49.99 per box) who are new can only select three.
FabFitFun Fall 2019 Editor’s Box Overview
The FabFitFun Fall 2019 Editor’s Box retails for $49.99. There are 8 items in the box making the cost for each item $6.25.
FabFitFun Fall 2019 Editor’s Box Customization
Of the eight items in the Editor’s Box for Fall 2019, up to five are customizable. New seasonal subscribers can select three. All current subscribers and new annual subscribers can make a selection in each of the five categories.
All Subscribers Can Customize
Choice 1 : Elemis Pro-Collagen Marine Cream ($89), Kate Spade Out To Lunch New York Lunch Tote ($30), Olive & Pique LOLA Scarf Charcoal ($84), or Luxie Face Complexion Set ($45 but on sale for $35 at Macy’s).
I selected the Elemis, but I would have been equally happy with the scarf. The Olive & Pique Scarf I own is lovely. Those looking for the lunchbox or brushes will probably be happy as well. Both are products I already own and thoroughly enjoy, especially the brushes.
Choice 2: Skinvolve Body Boost Gel ($45), Understated Leather Embellished Wooden Brush Velvet Pouch Blush ($30), or Circus by Sam Edelman Niccolla Slim Wallet ($38).
On 10/29/19, the option to select the Seraphine Botanicals Rhubarb + Rose Creamy Lip & Cheek Palette ($45) was added back.
I selected the brush, because I could not get a good look at the wallet. Even if I love the Body Boost once I try it, the three I got in the fall box are enough for a while.
Besides, a girl can never have too many brushes, especially one as pretty as this.
On 10/29/19, the option to select the Milk Makeup Holographic Stick in Mars ($28) was added back.
I finally sprayed the APTO mists from the Summer Editor’s Box, and they both smell awful. Even though I do not wear jewelry often, anything beats these sprays. The Milk Holo stick that was a possibility during the Edit Sale is what I would have selected if it was not removed before the box started allowing customization.
Current Subscribers and New Annual FabFitFun Subscribers Can Customize
New Seasonal subscribers, those who purchase from the Edit Sale, anyone who purchases after customization closes, and those who ask for a surprise box will receive one item at random.
I selected the IGK, because I already own the other two. Well, I really want to try the IGK as well. My hair is frizzy and can use some serious shine.
Choice 5: This Works Sleep Together Calming Spray ($34), Touch in SOL No Poreblem Primer ($18), or Harper + Ari Exfoliating Sugar Cubes Juice Cleanse ($16).
I already own the primer and the Exfoliant. Because I love the Deep Sleep Pillow Spray from This Works, I decided I have to try the Sleep Together Calming Spray.
The Wander Beauty Baggage Claim Gold Eye Masks 6 Pack retail for $25. I still have not tried this yet. If I love them, I will have a lot more to try. These make great gifts if I do not love them.
The Feel Renewed Pumpkin Walnut Facial Cleanser retails for $28. I am concerned about micro tears, but a lot of people say this is too gentle for that. All things pumpkin usually interest me, but I typically avoid walnut on my body, except my feet.
The Whish Beauty Blue Matcha Restoring Mask retails for $58. I love trying expensive masks when I can get them at a fraction of the price. This was one of the main draws of this box.
The FabFitFun Fall 2019 Editor’s Box Theme
There are box variations. The one I received has a $352 value. There was no option to select add-ons so they shipped in their regular boxes (the reason the box looks so beat up). Every box teams with a philanthropic cause. Like the regular Fall 2019 Box, this box supports City of Hope.
Everything in the Fall 2019 Editor’s Box comes on top of white crinkle cut paper wrapped in white tissue and sealed with a sticker.
A product card goes over all the items and options. It lists the cost for each item.
The back of the card has a note from FabFitFun stating the items in this box are hand-picked for us. Technically, the items in every box are hand-picked for us so that is not exclusive to the Editor’s Boxes.
Each box comes with a magazine. It does not have specific dates tied to it, so they do at times get reused for different seasons.
There is a letter from the Editor.
A helpful article for newer members is the perks of the box.
There is an article on how the box gets curated.
It has expanded onto a second page.
Fall 2019 FabFitFun Editor’s Box Review
The Editor’s Boxes are usually not as themed as the seasonal ones, but the scarf and pumpkin cleanser do fit the fall. It is more about selling leftover products and giving us a chance to grab more of the ones we loved from the past.
I already covered the items above, so I will just say I wanted seven of the eight items. The Milk Makeup item I wanted in the third category disappeared before I ordered, but this would have been perfect if I waited for it to return. The necklace is not bad, but I just don’t wear jewelry that often. At $354 in value of which $295 I really wanted, it was a great use of my $49.99.
Is The Fall 2019 FabFitFun Editor’s Box Worth It?
I paid $49.99 for $352 in product. This is a good mix of products, which includes two products I’ve wanted to try for a while. I’ve never tried this version the sleep spray, but I love the other one. My frizzy hair has ben craving a chance to try the IGK product. Those two products alone cover the cost of the box, and they are things I would have eventually purchased. Everyhing else is just a happy bonus. The FabFitFun Fall 2019 Editor’s Box is definitely worth it. It is better than the regular fall box. This is in the shop now, and you can only purchase this from there. It might open to new members if the fall box sells out before the winter box goes on sale.
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I'm Kimberly. Shopping is always more fun when I've found the best deal available, so I am always on the hunt. My father instilled that in me, and I love that I carry a piece of him. Sometimes, my husband and sons (12 and 7) let me shop for them, too. They do not use as many beauty products as I do. We can all benefit from nice products, even though their routine ends with moisturizer. That is when I can convince my 12-year-old to apply it.