This month’s Glossybox is all about welcoming the arrival of Spring, something that I can definitely get behind as I can’t wait for the weather to become warmer and for the days to be brighter again! March’s edit features five beauty products as usual, however, there are some really cool and interesting brands that I haven’t seen in their boxes before.
It’s worth pointing out that Glossybox now offer a much bigger variety of products than they have in the past, and all of the available options for that particular month are now printed on their enclosed menu card, meaning that your Glossybox may contain some different products from the ones that I received.
To give you a taster of what’s on offer for March, here’s everything that I found inside the box:-
Mudmasky Sleep Repair Renewal Nourishing Mask (20ml travel size, full size retails for £61)
Made in The Netherlands in Amsterdam, Mudmasky are one of Europe’s most premium skincare brands and I’ve been lucky enough to try a couple of their products in the past – all of which have been amazing, so I was very excited to see a travel size of their bestselling Sleep Repair Renewal Nourishing Mask. This overnight mask contains a range of fresh, raw and natural ingredients which will hydrate, soothe and smooth your skin as you sleep. I’ve used it twice so far and it smells amazing, plus it left my skin feeling so lovely and soft come the morning. Every March subscriber will receive this one!
Oryza Beauty Warm Nude Lipstick (RRP £15.95)
From their popular Velvet Ribbon range, this Warm Nude Lipstick by Oryza Beauty offers a weightless, semi-matte and satin finish to the lips and feels very comfortable on. It’s a straight-up classic nude that looks amazing with a smokey eye and is perfect for nights out. The sleek white packaging looks very classy in your handbag too.
Figs & Rouge Soft Focus Pore Perfect HD+ Primer (RRP £35)
Worth a whopping £35 on its own, this primer from Figs & Rouge is a lightweight matte serum which has been specially designed to minimise the appearance of pores for a flawless base. It’s a really good one to use for any special occasion where you might be photographed as it makes any foundation look better and apply more smoothly.
Laura Geller Illuminating Stick in Ballerina (RRP £19)
Next up, I found a gorgeous cream highlighter stick from Laura Geller. It features a handy-twist up applicator so that you can easily swipe it onto the tops of cheeks to add a bit of bronzy golden glow wherever you want to draw some attention to. It can be worn on bare skin, or applied directly on top of foundation, plus the formula is oil-free which makes it last a lot longer on the skin. This shade Ballerina is so pretty!
Lue by Jean Seo Erase Powder (RRP £11)
The fifth and final product in this month’s Glossybox comes all the way from Beverly Hills. Made by Evolue Skincare, Lue by Jean Seo Erase is a cleansing, exfoliating and brightening powder all in one. This pH balanced powder should be mixed with water to create a paste which can then be applied to the skin. Whilst it’s still damp, you gently massage it away, where it then lifts out blackheads and impurities, leaving the skin clearer and brighter in minutes – amazing stuff!