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Glossybox: First Impressions Review

This month, after seeing lots of wonderful photos and reviews, I decided to delve into the world of beauty boxes. When deciding which one to go for, I really was spoilt for choice, I had no idea that so many existed! Eventually, I went for Glossybox, here’s what I thought:

  • Packaging – 9.5/10 I love the design of the box; it’s simple and elegant, certainly living up to the ‘Glossybox’ name. Inside, it’s like opening a present, and you even get a message from the Editorial Director herself – Evie Leatham.
  • Price – I think that £10 (+p&p) per month, for products that would otherwise cost upwards of £30-£40, is very reasonable and affordable for most people.
  • Products
    1. Large Tapered Blending Brush by Ruby – €8/£6.90/$8.70
    This brush is soft, (seemingly) high quality and, most importantly, cruelty free.The price is very nice, too, so this little blending brush gets a 7.5/10.2. Bio Cellulose Facial Treatment Mask by 111skin – €23.20/£20/$25.20
    I’ve never actually used a sheet mask before (I know, where have I been all my life?) so I was very excited about this product. First of all, it smells lovely – it reminds me of the Chance perfumes by Chanel. The mask definitely left my skin looking brighter and feeling smoother. I’d give the mask an 8/10.
    3. Quattro for Women Raspberry Rain Disposable Razors by Wilkinson Sword – €6.60/£5.69/$7.20 for 3
    These really do smell like raspberries. Why you would want a razor that smells like raspberries, I don’t know, but I’m not complaining about it. These get a 9/10 (because they’re good razors, not because of the scented handles, I swear).
    4. Root Boost Hair Thickening Spray by Nanogen – €11.60/£9.95/$12.50 for 100ml
    My hair is fine but thick, meaning it’s more voluminous at the ends than it is at the roots (not cool) so this lil’ spray is perfect for my hair type. As it can be used on wet or dry hair, you can take it with you to boost your roots during the day. I might even buy this product again, so it gets a generous 9.5/10.
    5. Jumbo Eye Pencil (Bubble 07) by De Bruyère Beauté – €15/£13/$16.30
    This is described as a ‘khaki-grey’, having tried it, I’d say it’s more of a bronzey-gold. Nevertheless, it’s gorgeous and perfect for Autumn/Winter makeup looks. This is probably my favourite product from this month’s box, it gets 9.5/10.
    And a yummy extra from Raffaello.
    Sadly, I did not get to try this one myself. My Dad did confirm, however, that this was ‘delicious’.

  • Overall – I wasn’t blown away by my first ever beauty box, but I was definitely satisfied! For such a low price, I think the products are generous and the packaging is impressive. I’m looking forward to next month’s box!img_3996
    What’s your favourite beauty box? What do you think of this month’s products?


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15 thoughts on “Glossybox: First Impressions Review

  1. I’ve been getting GlossyBox for a few months now and I have to admit that this has been my least favourite, they’ve done much better boxes so just look forward to your next one – hopefully Christmas themed! 😍😙 x

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