What haven't heard of Glossybox? Here's a little about them:
"Each month we curate a box of 5 luxury travel-sized beauty products for you to lather, blend, soak, spray, buff, and groom with. Indulge and experience luxury at its finest for $21 per month"
They are in more than 15 countries now and deliver products that are trending all over the world.
The packaging is quite impressive and highly reusable since the box is sturdy. It also comes with tissue paper, a bit of ribbon, and of course the well detailed info card. I don't mind paying more for the packing alone to be honest. Once I get enough boxes I plan on turning it into some sort of extra dandy storage.
First up we have the Glossybox Blush brush, which I can only assume was an extra as it is not listed on the card. You all know how I feel about brushes in sample boxes so this part is just meh for me but at least it didn't stink :)
Next we have the Amore Pacific Moisture Bound Refreshing Hydra-Gel. Whew that was a long name. I haven't had a chance to try this yet but it does smell lovely, very clean. The sample size is also quite nice I can really get enough uses to tell if I like it or not.
Onto the Phyto Phytojoba Intense Hydrating Mask for Dry Hair, say that 10 times fast! I have actually used Phyto products in the past and really loved them. I tried it out once already and love how it makes my hair feel more to come on that in a later post!
Then we have the Burberry Beauty Lip Mist Natural Sheer Lipstick in Copper No. 202. I was a little worried that the copper shade wouldn't work well with my coloring but I'm pleased as punch to say it looks great. Swatches of that will be in a future post :)
One of my favorite products in this box is the Zoya nail polish in Rory from their Beach and Surf Collection. This one is from the Surf side of the line so it is a pink with cool tones and fine silver sparkles.
Now we come to the Marvis Whitening toothpaste. Not the first product I would have thought of for them to put in there but I was running out of toothpaste so this works out, can't wait to give it a try.
Right now subs are sold out but if you are interested I highly recommend getting on the newsletter list so you can be contacted when they open again. So far they have done them on a first come first serve basis.
My only gripe so far is that the shipping company they use was a bit on the slow side, but I do live on the opposite side of the US from them.
So what do you think of Glossybox, would you pay $21 a month for this sample subscription?
P.s Sorry for the extra strange layout of this post with so many pictures blogger was being a pain to work with.