The latest drop of the Jeffree Star Cosmetics Mystery Boxes launched this month, and the Jeffree Star Cosmetics Premium Summer Mystery Box is one of the four boxes on offer.
I bought three of the four boxes, and I’m going to do an unboxing for you on all three. I didn’t get the Supreme box, but this post is all about the Premium Box.
Jeffree Star Cosmetics Premium Summer Mystery Box
The summer boxes are different this year, as he’s included a brand new never-seen-before eyeshadow palette. This palette will be launching later this year (in limited quantities), which is very exciting, as it means people could get a sneak peek ahead of the full launch.
Not only that, this summer’s round of the mystery boxes featured a pink ticket giveaway where there a number of summer themed prizes being awarded to random customers, if they found a mystery box pink ticket inside their box.
If you’d like to know more about the prizes, you can see my post on the whole mystery boxes giveaway right here. Or keep on reading to find out all about the Jeffree Star Cosmetics Premium Summer Mystery Box.
The Jeffree Star Cosmetics Premium Summer Mystery Box is $60, and is the second-smallest box available. This box comes in a bright blue cardboard box, and is guaranteed to feature six products, with a combined value of $115.
The first product within my Jeffree Star Cosmetics Premium Summer Mystery Box is the exclusive item in the box, and it’s the Jeffree Star Cosmetics Velour Lip Scrub in Rainbow Sherbet.
Jeffree Star Cosmetics has lots of flavours of their lip scrub, but Rainbow Sherbet is a never-seen-before flavour, and it smells incredible, and exactly like sherbet.
Next up is The Gloss Lip Gloss in the shade Silk Rope, which launched as part of the Orgy Collection. I have a couple of the shades from the Orgy gloss collection, but not this one, so I’m very happy. It’s a cool toned nude, and one I’d get a lot of wear out of.
This box also includes three Jeffree Cosmetics Single Eyeshadows in the shades; Priceless, Power and Snack. Priceless is from the Blue Blood Palette and is a peach matte, Power which is from the Blue Blood Palette too and is a navy blue matte, and lastly the Snack shadow is from the Jawbreaker palette, and is a shimmery champagne.
To go with the singles, the Jeffree Star Cosmetics Premium Summer Mystery Box features a Jeffree Star Cosmetics Magnetic Palette to hold the single shadows in the box.
It’s a cute palette, with holographic pink cardboard packaging, and the palette holds nine JSC shadows, and will be launching later this year, so it’s fun to be able to try it before anyone else.
Next in the box is another exclusive item, and it’s the Jeffree Star Cosmetics Tinted Lip Balm in the shade Cowboy Kiss. This is a brand new product, and it appears that different boxes got one of two shades. The other shade is a red colour, but it’s supposedly a sheer brown, and I’ll review it soon.
The last item in my Jeffree Star Cosmetics Premium Summer Mystery Box is the very exciting new eyeshadow palette. It’s the Jeffree Star Cosmetics Star Ranch Eyeshadow Palette.
As I mentioned above, this palette will be “launching later this year” according to Jeffree, so it’s very exciting to get it before main sale, and it’s a nine pan palette inspired by Jeffree’s Star Yak Ranch with earthy tones.
I have two of the Jeffree Star Cosmetics Star Ranch Eyeshadow Palettes, as I bought two boxes which contained the palette, so I’m going to be doing a giveaway for the other, so keep an eye on my blog for the giveaway to go live, as I’d love it to go to someone who loves it!
So that’s my Jeffree Star Cosmetics Premium Summer Mystery Box. The cost of this box was $60, and the value of the contents in my box is $77.97 without counting the Star Ranch Palette or the Magnetic Palette, as both of those aren’t on sale.
However, the Mini Orgy Palette is $28, so I imagine Star Ranch will be the same, meaning it’s got a value of $105.97. The brand claims this box has $100 value, so that is true, and the magnetic palette is likely to be around the $15 mark, so it’s a combined total of $120 which isn’t bad for $60.