February Glossybox!

8 March 2012

Here's what I got in my February Glossybox.  I was pleased with the contents of this month's box and I'm even more excited about March's "mystery box" which I'm sure most of you know all about by now! (If you don't, I won't spoil it for you ;)  

The first product I got was the one I'm the happiest about -- the DuWop Venom Gloss in Buttercup.  This is a beautiful, delicate nude shade with hints of gold and peach in it.  So flattering and wearable!  My hubby is a big fan of the nude lip so this is right up his alley as well, ha ha ha!  I was most excited about this because I already own a Venom Gloss in the shade Coral Tree which was sent to me as a gift from a subscriber of mine last year and it is one of my favourite glosses.  These are plumping glosses which leave your lips feeling tingly and have a yummy cinnamon & ginger scent.  Here's how the product looks on my lips.  I have been wearing it religiously since I got it!

Full size Venom Glosses are quite expensive at £16 for 10.4 ml, but you do get a 20% discount with the February Glossybox.

Next up is Dr Bronner's Magic Liquid Soap, which is made with organic extra virgin cocounut, olive, jojoba and hemp oils.  I'm always open to trying out new lotions & potions so I love that Glossybox normally include interesting and new skincare products that I've never heard of before.  A full size bottle of this is only £1.99 at 59ml.

The second item I was really excited to try out is the Paul Mitchell Round Trip Liquid Curl Definer.  A full size bottle retails for £12.95 (the same price of a Glossybox!  Ha ha ha :) for 200ml and this is for curly/wavy haired girls like me so I can't wait to see how this goes.  I've always loved the haircare products I receive in my Glossybox so this sounds promising.

Next is a sample of the BM Beauty Pure Mineral Eyeshadow in Noir (black).  Last night I watched Katie Elisabeth's video on the February box and I had to agree with what she said about this.  Because it's a pigment/mineral eyeshadow this will most likely last a very long time and being that it's black it will probably last forever...lol.  Black isn't a colour I wear very often on my eyes (unless it's in the form of liner) as I feel it can look very harsh especially for daytime.  So we'll see how this goes but I have a feeling I won't use a lot of it!  A full size 2g eyeshadow retails for £7.00.

Last but not least is the Como Shambhala Invigorate Body Lotion, which I'm also excited to try out especially after reading their description of the product on the Glossybox info card.  "A revitalising blend of essential oils that puts you into a perfectly uplifted mood."  Sounds good to me!  This is another quite expensive product as a full 300ml size bottle is £20.00.  Again, I had never heard of this brand before so I'm curious to see what it's like!

You can subscribe to Glossybox on their website for £12.95 a month (incl. shipping).  Watch my video on the February box here! 

Stay Stylish!

Disclaimer: February Glossybox was kindly sent to me for consideration to review.  My 100% honest opinion, as always! :)

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