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Starlooks September 2014 (spoilers!)

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The lookbook is up ~ well somewhat up.  Looks like they haven't finished with it yet, as there is no description other than the theme, which is "Here comes the bride"

 

some pics are up

 

 

 

 

 

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so based on that, I am thinking (hoping)

 

 

 

 

an eye shadow palette? Been a bit since we had one and those colors are beautiful!! A matte lipstick - again, LOVELY color and we didn't get a lippie in August's box. I would put up with false eyelashes if we got the palette and lipstick

 

 

 

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Love the lookbook, I think its one of my favorites. Looks like it will be something bridal. I am hoping for eyeshadow, lipstick and maybe we will get mascara. I know we are due for one since it has been over a year that we got one. I would prefer eye primer.

 

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Oh! It looks like a bit more of a basic/classic month which I don't mind one bit! I have been using my items from last month like crazy! Also, last night I finally used up the last of the makeup remover from May's box. Guess Ill have to order some more soon.

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The last time I ordered anything from Starlooks, I asked them if what I wanted was in an upcoming box; they said that the soonest something I wanted would be in a box was September. Based on the theme, I'd guess they were talking about the tendergloss in "Lover"!

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The last time I ordered anything from Starlooks, I asked them if what I wanted was in an upcoming box; they said that the soonest something I wanted would be in a box was September. Based on the theme, I'd guess they were talking about the tendergloss in "Lover"!

oooh! I approve of this!!! its so pretty!

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Ooo! I hope I get it before me and Hubby's 5th anniversary at the end of this month! How shmoopy is that? 'Cause I'm the crazy type of avid romantic sappy girl who'd love to wear a bridal themed box of makeup on her anniversary LOL :wub:

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They keep posting gorgeous bridal photos though. I'm excited for a soft and pretty box!

(I would be equally excited for a bright or edgy box. Basically I am excited for makeup.)

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Anyone gotten their box yet? I cancelled this month so I'm living vicariously through everyon else. ;)

Same. I loooove Starlooks so even though I cant get the box right now I love seeing what everyone gets. 

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Excitement. Killing me.
Gah! Ive been trying to obsess less this month but I always feel so tortured waiting for my Starlooks because I love virtually everything I have tried from them.
Patience is not easy.

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Anybody have an issue with a mysterious cancellation? Called in to change my address and they said it looks like you cancelled. He didn't think it was because my billing address was different. He's calling me back once he figures it out...

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I just cancelled every single box I'm subscribed to...except this one. I just signed a new lease for an apartment and will be moving in a couple of weeks. I don't know my exact address yet, and I was afraid I wouldn't remember to update my address in time. I just couldn't bring myself to unsub from Starlooks. It's just way too great of a deal.

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Wow!!!  I just got my Starblast Email showing what's inside the box.

 

 

 

 

Link to StarBlast with Pics

 

Kind of a dud month for me.  It just seems like a boring set of things this time.  I'll have to see how I like the eye shadow.  Who knows, Starlooks has a way of surprising me. I might wind up loving it all.  

 

 

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