A lot has been happening since the end of June. I’ve been away for work and done up a new house and moved in! We’re still not finished but I have the internet and a bed now so the essentials are taken care of, time to get my posts up.
There were a lot of empties from June as I was trying to use up as many products as I could before the move.
So June’s Glossybox arrived a week or so ago and once again I’m not very impressed. That’s three duds in a row now and I have a ‘three strikes you’re out’ policy with these things so I’ve cancelled my subscription and July will be the last box.
That being said I realised I may as well explain to others what the issues are with some of these products rather than just get cross and refuse to even blog them. So without further ado, the June Glossybox…
I’ve had a little break from blogging. My last three Glossyboxes have been so rubbish I just haven’t even wanted to discuss them and life has been a little manic. Since my last post I’ve been to Mexico for two weeks, Rome, Belgium and I’m currently crazy-busy at work.
However I also have a huge backlog of products I’ve finished off and some are wonderful so I really wanted to put them up.
It’s that time of the month again when I apologise for never getting the empties post up in something resembling prompt timing. I was in Switzerland for work until Friday night so I’ve written it up this weekend. Last month was a bumper one for empties with three cleansers, two primers, a spritz and a mask. So without further ado, let’s take a closer look…
My March Glossybox is a little later than normal but it took me a long time to get round to testing all the products and you know I like to properly review them rather than just quickly list what came. Mixed feelings this month, a couple of nice things and a few I’m reallllly not that in to. Read on for all the deets.
Only four empties this month.
- Garnier Micellar clearing water
- Dr Jart+ Water Act skin mist
- Kiko Milano Extra Sculpt mascara
- GOSH Lip Marker
When I saw that Glossybox were collaborating with La Mer for a one off box I set the reminder in my calendar straight away! I’ve always wondered at the type of people who can spend £330 on 100ml of face cream.
For that kind of money surely they must have amazing skin?
I wanted to buy this box as an experiment to see if spending the big bucks really will give you amazing skin.
That’s why I’ve waited a week to post my review; I had to use the products for a while and give them a chance to work. Read on for my scientific opinion…