My FabFitFun Edit Sale Winter 2020 Review is ready. This FabFitFun Add-On event between the seasonal subscription boxes called the FabFitFun Edit Sale. Because it runs in between seasons, the Edit Sale runs on an opposite schedule than FabFitFun Add-Ons and FabFitFun Customizations. The FabFitFun Edit Sale is a subscriber only event where FabFitFun members can shop for items discounted 25%-70% off. Like Add-Ons, members add items to their carts (up to 3 each) throughout the event and get charged at the end for items in their carts. Those who do not want to shop do not need to do anything.
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FabFitFun Edit Sale Winter 2020 The Event Begins
The Edit Sale opened to select members 9am PST on December 26th through 11:59pm on January 1st. Billing took place January 2nd. I logged in a few hours late and noticed some items were already gone. All members shop from 9am PST on January 3rd through 11:59pm on January 12th. Billing took place on January 13th. I shopped this window as well, because I had some things I decided to go back and get. Thankfully, I ended up with everything I wanted, but it took a while into the second window to get it all. It took a lot of refreshing favorites.
FabFitFun Edit Sale Winter 2020 Shipping
For mainland US subscribers who choose to shop, they get free shipping with a $25 purchase. Like add-ons, you add the items you want to your cart throughout the sale and only pay for the ones that are still in your cart once the event wraps. There is a charge for everyone else. Everything usually ships within 10 business days (two weeks) of the bill date. My package from the first shopping window was shipped on the 6th and arrived on the 14th. The package from the second shopping window was shipped on 20th and arrived on the 24th. That was 12 days from payment to delivery on the first order and 11 days from payment to delivery on the second.
FabFitFun Fall Edit Sale Haul Review
FabFitFun members know all items up front unless they purchase Mystery Bundles, so there is no element of surprise. That also means you are only paying for things you want. I did order a Mystery Bundle, so I had a little surprise.
FabFitFun Fall Edit Sale Bundle Reviews
Bundles are great to purchase when you want all or most of the items in the curation, because you save over buying all items individually. Even when there is a weak item (based on personal preference in the bundle), you should consider the bundle if it costs about the same as the items you want. When it is only $1 to $5 more, you can always gift the superfluous item. The best scenario is when the bundle with the item you do not want costs less than purchasing the items you do want separately. It is rare, but that does happen.
FabFitFun Edit Sale Mystery Bundle Winter 2020 ($29)
The mystery bundle was $29 and usually has a value over $100. It includes 3-5 items. I have a separate article to track all Mystery Bundles I order, so I will never go into great detail in the haul I purchased the bundle with. If you want more details on this bundle or any other mystery bundle I order, view that article. My items were: Unreal Fur Short Pile Faux Fur Ear Muffs $50 (FabFitFun price $9), huangjisoo Pure Daily Foaming Cleanser Brightening $25 (Amazon price may vary-FabFitFun price $11), Green Goo Large Tin Pain Relief $14.95 (Amazon price may vary-FabFitFun price $5), and Kim Kimble Vibrating Flat Iron $100 (Amazon price may vary-FabFitFun price $65).
That brings the value of my $29 mystery bundle to $190.95. FabFitFun sells the items for $90. Getting them in the bundle saved me $61. That’s the most I’ve ever saved purchasing a bundle, but I don’t think I’ve ever received a product FabFitFun charged $65 for either. Had I seen the contents ahead of time, I would have purchased this for $29.
FabFitFun Edit Sale Products Winter 2020
The Maji Sports Recovery Set retails for $118.95. FabFitFun sells this for $19. This is technically not a bundle, so I did not get a bundle discount. FabFitFun does not appear to sell the pieces individually. It comes in a carrying case to keep everything together, which I find helpful. I am always losing the small pieces I buy individually. They seem to get mixed in with my kids toys. There’s no coincidence there, because my kids treat them like they are their toys.
There is a 5″ Mini Traveler Roller, a 5cm Foot Massage Ball, a 40cm Massage Stick, and a 17.5cm x 7.5cm Foot Massage Roller in this set. The only thing I owned an exact duplicate of before I purchased this was the foot massage roller. I have a foot massage ball, but this one is a lot smaller. Both the other items are new to me. None of the items have been overly impressive so far. Then again, I have not had any major injuries or anything I’ve really needed to treat. My husband has been trying to get the Traveler Roller, which I think is really a Foam Roller to work for him. He’s having a back issue. No matter how hard he tries, he cannot get it to work. Hopefully, we can get some use out of the pieces.
The Bala Fitness Block, which FabFitFun calls the Bala Bangles Bala Brick retails for $18. FabFitFun sells this for $5. I thought this could help with a number of different workouts, not just yoga. My assumptions were correct.
It is pretty sturdy cork and does not slide, so it helps get a deeper push up as well. We’re even finding non workout uses for it, like a knee rest for gardening. Because I purchased two, I paid $10.
The Sabatino Tartufi Sicilian Sea Salt and Sabatino Tartufi Black Peppercorn retail for $20. FabFitFun sells them for $5. I got these for my husband, because he loves cooking and spices. He’s kind of a snob about it. Anytime I can get drugstore prices on better names I try to do it. After trying both, the only feedback he’ll give me is they’re not that good. All these products taste the same to me, so I prefer not to review them. That’s also why I buy the cheap ones and only get expensive ones when they’re one sale. Otherwise, I hit the supermarket.
The Pier 1 Imports Ceramic Sage Vase retails for $19.99. FabFitFun sells this for $5. I remember when the Pinterest box came out. This vase was the main draw of the box, but I could not justify enough of the other items to spend $49.99 or even $39.99 by opening another account. Getting two for $10 is perfect, because these are small. They really work nicely in pairs. Had I ordered a box way back then, I think I would have wanted another vase.
The sage and gold together create beautiful contrast. Most of the flowers I select will also contrast that green wonderfully, so I think this will look especially lovely for smaller bouquets. It is also perfect for times when my sons bring me individual flowers. Before, I never had a vase that was quite the right size. Now, I do.
The Green Goo Dry Skin Salve Large Tin Pain Relief retails for $14.95 (Amazon price may vary). FabFitFun sells this for $5. My husband waited until he ran out until he told me needed more. Though I can swear I have another one somewhere, my family takes off with my products. They can never be found when they are needed. Anyway, this works nicely to keep dry skin at bay. I only use it on really dry skin, but my husband likes to use it like lotion. He does moisturize less frequently than I do, so his hands probably crave the moisture.
I figured I could use them as extra throw pillows on the couch if they ever grew tired of them. Well, they’ve been here less than three weeks and both boys sleep with these pillows every night. I never intended these pillows to replace the pillows they sleep with.
They’re soft, but I do not think they’re as supportive as a regular pillow. Hopefully it does not cause them any long term damage. For now, they are in love.
The color is a little darker than I thought it would be. It is also furry on one side and not on the other. Although the non furry side is still really soft.
The Aesthetica® Brow Stencils retail for $15. FabFitFun sells them for $5. I cannot remember if I’ve ever purchased brow stencils before. At one point, I thought I had some I never used. If I did, I either gave them away or put them away so well I cannot find them.
Lately it seems I’ve been have trouble getting a good tail in a reasonable amount of time. It’s funny because I used to be fast when it came to brows. Now it takes forever. Hopefully these can help.
I like that there are 5 different shapes, so I can play around with them and see if any of these suit my face or if none of them do.
The Rael Hydration Facial Sheet Masks retail for $15 (Amazon price may vary). FabFitFun sells them for $5. I love sheet masks and hydrating sheet masks are my favorite kind.
These particular ones have been out-of-stock every time I’ve tried to grab them when they’ve appeared in FabFitFun sales. Hopefully that means they are really good.
The Woosh Beauty Corner Brush retails for $29. FabFitFun sells it for $9. Does anyone else have trouble getting that perfect v shape in the outer corner with eyeshadow? This brush seems to good to be true. For $9, I figured I would give it a try. At $29, it is up there with MAC brushes. That is a lot for a brand I have never even heard of. The brush is super dense. I’m not sure how that will translate on the eyes until I try it, but I do not have really high expectations now that it’s here.
This is a really unique item, so I will probably do an independent review sometime in the next month or two. It does feel like a high quality brush. If you were reaching in a drawer of brushes without looking, you could easily pull this one out just as easily as a more expensive one thinking it was in the same class. That leads me to believe it is well constructed.
The Woosh Beauty Even Eye Stencils retail for $16. FabFitFun sells them for $5. I’ve gotten better about doing my eye makeup before I apply my foundation. Sometimes I forget and apply my foundation first. Old habits die hard.
These stencils would kill two birds with one stone. If I have them on, I could not apply foundation. They would also catch fallout and leave me with a nice shadow separation, assuming they work correctly. If they don’t work, I’m only out $5.
Was this FabFitFun Edit Sale Winter 2020 Haul Worth it?
I paid $150, and I received $625.83 worth of products. My mystery bundle was another great one, and I can truly say I would have paid $29 had I seen the products ahead of time. It makes this FabFitFun Winter 2020 Edit Sale Haul a smashing success, because I want every product. That makes it more than worth it. This haul let me grab some things I’ve wanted, some things I never knew I needed, some things to get healthier in the new year, and some things that made my kids happy. It also came in way under my usual budget, which makes me happy. Getting a huge discount on things I know I want is my favorite part of my FabFitFun subscription.
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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.