I’ve been subscribed to Glossybox for around a year now, if you didn’t know Glossybox is a beauty subscription box. For the Glossybox subscription it’s £13.25 a moth (including delivery) and for that you receive 5 full sized products, usually they’re worth an awful lot more than the box price this march box is worth £54.19 all together so a huge saving. You can also review the products in your box on their website and earn Glossy credits to spend on look fantastic which I spoke about in a recent post. I thought I’d fully review my March Glossybox this month and we can all see if it’s really going to have ‘all eyes on me’.
The March’s Glossybox theme
So as I mentioned above the theme is ‘all eyes on me’, the products in the box are picked out with giving you a radiant glow in mind. There isn’t really a set design to the box, sometimes they decorate the box to fit the theme but March is just their standard box design.
The March Glossybox products
This months products are picked out with making us feel confident in mind and the products seem like they’re going for a subtle, yet radiant look. So lets get into the first impressions.
MCo Beauty Long lasting lipstick in Flawless £15
I have heard of MCo before but I haven’t actually tried the brand yet, This lipstick boasts a ‘all day long pout’ as well as promising to feel lightweight and hydrate your lips, so quite a bold statement. I think the packaging of this is so cute and the colour I can tell is going to be a staple for me, it’s a really lovely matte nude.
Ciate London, stamp and drag liner duo £15
I’ve seen these kind of eyeliner pens around a lot, a duo ended liner to help with perfecting your winged liner. The pens seems fairly chubby which I’m not usually used to with liquid liner, I do think this is going to take a bit of getting used to for me because I’m so used to your standard pen, but I do like the idea of it.
Sleek highlighter palette in copperplate £9.99
These little sleek highlight palettes are always something I’ve kept my eye on since they’ve been out, I’ve been meaning to pick one up for the longest time and I just haven’t gotten around to it so this is fairly good timing for me, I think I’d have picked a different shade range given the choice because a few of these will be really dark for my pale self but I’ll try and make it work. My favourite shades are definitely 2 and 3.
WhiteGlo professional choice whitening toothpaste mini £1.05 (full size £4.20)
I can never really grasp why they pop toothpaste in these boxes, there’s not really much to say on this one, just your standard whitening toothpaste. Although, it’ll be handy to keep for any travelling as it’s a travel sized bottle.
Eyeko black magic mascara mini £10 (full size £19).
Last but not least, we have this eyeco black magic mascara. I’m not going to lie this one caught my eye, it looks good. This mascara contains shea butter and keratin which sounds like a really hydrating formula. The mascara boasts a ‘carbon black finish that doesn’t crumble or flake’. The packaging is a little different to your standard mascara which I kind of like, it’s in the same sort of tube that you’d get a lipgloss in rather than your standard solid tube and the wand looks really good, I do think this one’s going to be a new favourite for me.
Overall I am really happy with the March Glossybox, the products were picked out really well and they’re all things I know I’ll get my use out of and I’ll save the toothpaste for a rainy day!. If you’d like to sign up to glossybox I have a referral link here (not sponsored, everyone gets them) that you can use to sign up and get 20% off your first Glossybox!.