Glossybox October 2016


Hello everyone ☺

I do apologise that I’ve only recently just posted a Glossybox reveal post, but I’ve ordered three different beauty subscriptions this month so I thought I’d share them all with you (in separate posts of course).

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If you don’t know what Glossybox is, let me break it down for you:
Glossybox are a bespoke company who send you a personalised box of beauty samples (high-end and drugstore!) You get about 5 or 6 luxury sized and some full-sized products in each box every month for only £10 (plus £3.95 p&p). It’s such a good investment if you’re looking to try new brands, or if you just want a little present to yourself!

This is what I received in this months box:

PS…Pro Longwear Lip Liner – Primark, £3

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I was a bit sceptical about receiving Primark makeup in this months box if I’m honest, but I was actually pleasantly surprised with this product! I’ve not tried anything from the PS…Pro range yet and this lip liner has convinced me to invest in some more! It glides on so effortlessly and contours your lips beautifully. It’s a dusky nude shade so I’m sure I have at least one lipstick that will match. You can’t get this online unfortunately, but I’m sure you’ll find it in your local Primark! This product is full size.

Trifle Cosmetics Lip Parfait Buttery Lip Cream – Trifle Cosmetics, £12.95


This lipstick reminds me of the NYX Buttery Lip Creams, except this brand has the cutest packaging. The casing is also made from a thick kind of cardboard, so maybe it’s more environmentally friendly too! This is such a stunning shade and I can guarantee it will look good no matter what shade of skin tone you’ve got! This product is full size.

Universal Beauty Cosmetics Cream Blusher & Lip Stain – UB Cosmetics, £15

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This little beauty can be used for both your lips and your cheeks for a subtle flush of colour. There’s more shades available in this range as well, so check out their website! It’s small and compact too, which makes it very travel friendly! This product is full size.

A New Hair Hero – ??????, £???


I thought this was a pretty cool idea this month. We were sent a bottle of shampoo which we don’t know the name of or which brand it came from. Glossybox subscribers are the only people who have tried and tested this product, and let me tell you it is amazing. It smells absolutely divine and leaves my hair feeling like silk! The only hints we have about this product is that ‘it’s the brands biggest breakthrough in ten years‘. Apparently all will be revealed on Estee Lalonde’s blog in the upcoming weeks!!

The Rituals of Sakura Body Cream – Rituals, £6


This product is described as a ‘magic touch body cream’ which is entirely true. It’s velvety whipped texture feels so luxurious on your skin, not to mention the rice milk and cherry blossom scent is to die for! It has Vitamin E and Centella Asiatica which are skin-loving, firming ingredients. You can also buy this product in a massive 220ml tub if you can’t get enough of the travel size.

Honey & Camelina Facial Exfoliator – Bee Good, £10.50


There’s nothing I love more than getting Bee Good products in my subscription boxes. All of their products are packed full of skin-loving ingredients which are suitable for all skin types. The key ingredients in this exfoliator are propolis, which is good for problematic skin (e.g. eczema, acne, oily and dry skin), milled lavender flowers which are used to gently lift and remove dead skin cells and wheatgerm oil which is designed to soothe and moisturise dry skin. I’ll definitely be adding more of this to my Christmas list ♥

And there you have it guys! If you fancy subscribing (you can still get your hands on this months box!) just use my referral link here:
All I will receive from you using this link are some Glossydots which will give me money towards my next box!

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