Beauty boxes flooded the market over the last 5 years. I’ve reviewed a good few boxes now in my 6 years of blogging and lost my favour for them. That was until I saw the photos of the Tili Box floating around social media, so I purchased one. Could the Tili Beauty Box Fourth Edition revive my love of beauty boxes?

Tili is our Try it, Love it beauty box, filled with a carefully-selected combination of the latest must-haves, including cult brands, new launches and coveted innovations. So, for the chance to discover new favourites ahead of the curve and receive up-to-the-minute insider knowledge, try and love our gorgeous Tili Beauty Box.

Subscription-free – our beauty box is a one-off purchase, not a subscription, so you won’t be tied in to any future boxes. *source*

Tili is a great concept in that its a non subscription beauty box. When you place your order you know what products you are going to receive (Colour/shade choices are listed that you’ll receive one of them). The element of surprise with this beauty box isn’t there, but it does mean you have the choice of buying the box rather than having to subscribe – WINNING!

The price was what stood out the most for me on this beauty box. I’m a huge fan of the Latest In Beauty ‘Edit’ boxes. Like the Tili, you know what you are getting. But the sheers selection of the Tili box just seems better. In the Fourth edition there is a good variety. You have hair care, skin care, nails, tanning and makeup. There’s 10 products in there and even with sample sizes (Some are generous in size) that’s only £2 per product plus you aren’t paying delivery! Delivery was quick too and was within 2 days.

Inside my Fourth Edition Tili box was;

  • Alpha-H Liquid Rose Gold (50ml)
  • Vita Liberata 10 Minute Tan (20ml)
  • It Cosmetics Your Skin But Better CC Cream (4ml) in medium
  • OPI Fiji Collection Nail Polish (15ml Full Size) in I Can Never Hut Up
  • Erno Laszlo Cleansing Oil and Cleansing Bar (15ml and 17g)
  • Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser (30ml) with Muslin cloth
  • Julien Farel Vitamin Shampoo (50ml)
  • Julien Farel Vitamin Conditioner (50ml)
  • Ultrasun Face SPF30 (25ml)
  • Benefit Roller Lash (3g)

Personally I feel that’s a really good range of products to test out for a beauty box. I’m not reviewing each of the products on this blog post, but will be reviewing some shortly. In fact the reason I purchased this box was for 2 of the products and whether to buy the full sizes; Alpha-H Liquid Rose Gold and theIt Cosmetics Your Skin But Better CC Cream. So I am looking forward to testing those out.

To conclude I do feel Tili has redeemed my feelings on beauty boxes. Maybe I was being too harsh in the past to other beauty boxes? Or maybe Tili’s 4th Edition Beauty Box has now set the bar high and others won’t compare to it? I have to say, this box is rather epic in my opinion and well worth the money. I’ll certainly be buying more of their boxes in future.

The Tili Beauty Box is available at QVC and costs £20 (including P&P).

Have you tried the Tili Beauty Boxes at QVC? What were your thoughts?

Tili Beauty Box Fourth Edition
4.8Overall Score
Appearance
Selection of products
Value for money