Friday, 18 March 2016

March 2016 Glossybox!




I've officially been buying my monthly subscription box for a year now and I don't think I'll be stopping any time soon. I've discovered one of my new favourite brands (Naobay) and been sent make up products that are both affordable but higher quality than some products you'll find in Boots or Superdrug. Today I bring you my first impressions of the products I've received this month, which includes a cute GB makeup bag for my glossy anniversary! 



LUXIE ROSE GOLD ANGLED BRUSH £10.42
The bandwagon has come around once again and I'm in love with this rose gold brush! Its very soft so I'm excited to see how this fairs up against my Real Technique babies!


OLAY REGENERIST SKIN PERFECTING CREAM £29.99
I'm still hanging on to my teenage skin, but it's never too early to prevent signs of ageing. I love finding new facial creams that work so I can't wait to use this! 



HEY HONEY FACIAL SERUM £28.81
I'm more or a cream girl than a serum lover but the RPP of this is quite high for quite a small tube so if the quality meets the price, then this may change my mind...



-417 SHAMPOO & CONDITIONER £16.89
Travel sized. Always perfect when testing products. I look for specific things for a hair product but this is said to leave the hair 'lustrous' and 'hydrated'; two things my hair is lacking in!



And finally...
SO SUSAN LIGHT DIFFUSER £14
I've had products from this brand previously but haven't had the opportunity to test them properly. This highlighter and contour shade (I'm guessing...it's  just a dark brown!) have potential so I may have to test them out and review them soon!


 Let me know if you've tried any of these or have suggestions for other products from the brands?

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  1. I used to sign up to beauty boxes and stopped a few months ago as i found i wasn't using many of the products. The brush in this one looks lovely.
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