Monday, 11 July 2016

Glossybox: July Edition

So today, I received Glossybox's July edition. I look forward to these every month and can't wait to dive in to them. I do think that this months box is quite nice compared to other months where I won't find use of certain things. One thing I love about Glossyboxes is the packaging. It really does look like a lot of time and effort goes in to making these. For just £10 a month with products worth up to £55, I really do think it is worth it.

So in the picture above is the sheet that comes with the box, explaining if the products are full sized or not, how much they cost and what exactly they are. I really find this sheet handy. In the July box, all products are full size and had 5 products in it.

The first product was the Utan and Tone Nourishing Night Creme. This is basically a night cream which also acts as a fake tan for your face. It says that it works as a gradual tan but is white in colour so won't stain anything like your pillow. Another great thing about this is that it doesn't have a typical 'fake tan smell' which can definitely put me off fake tan. This retails in at £12.50 and I am super excited to try this product.

Next up was the Soft and Gentle Hair Minimise Anti-Perspirant. Apparently this product contains a hair growth minimizer called keliosoft  which is a natural plant molecule which reduces hair growth. I think this product sounds absolutely amazing as it is a pain shaving armpits so often. I really do hope this works as it only cost £2.99 so I will repurchase it.

The next thing I picked up was the Icona Milano Emotion Allowed Mascara. I am always looking for new mascaras and the last mascara I received in a Glossybox was the Revlon Ultra Volume which is now a favourite of mine. I also like the fact that this is a waterproof one because I have really sensitive eyes which can water in the wind so I'm hoping this will keep it in place. This retails in at £13.04
Next up was the Hairon De-Tangle Brush. This is a de-tangling brush which seems very similar to a Tangle Teezer which I absolutely love. It says on the sheet that it is great for de-tangling wet hair so I will definitely be seeing if this compares to my Tangle Teezer. This brush comes in at £6.99.

Finally, the last item I picked up was the Blank Canvas F20 Flat Brush which I was super excited about. This brush looks ideal for blending out foundation. This brush could be my new go-to foundation brush which would be amazing. The bristles are so soft and not too dense; this really seems like an amazing brush and only costs £11.95.

Have you tried any of these products?


  1. That looks good! I think I might also subscribe to it! x

    1. It really is worth it, it's like a little treat each month! the first three boxes are discounted too I think x

  2. I love the brush, it is gorgeous! Followed you on Bloglovin' xxx

    ALittleKiran | Bloglovin

    1. Can't wait to use it! I'll definitely be following you back xx