This month GlossyBox have really excelled themselves in my opinion.
From what I've seen of other peoples boxes they are starting to tailor them to the individual from the questionnaires we filled out upon joining. Everything I got this month I liked and will be used, even the perfume is not terrible... okay I might not use that but otherwise... all good stuff.
SO... here's what I got..
I'll start with the highlight of the month which has to be this palette from HD Brows.
For one it's awesome for me 'cause I'm just about out of my Gosh palette so it's perfectly timed to replace it. For another the colours are a great match for me. You get a nude which I am assuming is to highlight a light brown, mid brown and a deep brown. From what I can ascertain online there are 3 palettes to choose from and this is in the middle, it's dubbed "Foxy" for those wondering. I also really like that these are multi-purpose and can be used as eyeshadow as well as brow powder, hence the 2 applicators provided. Some of you may know of my constant search for good quality matte eyeshadows... If this hits that spot chances are I will be raving about this very soon.
It's available to buy here for £19.95
The next most exciting product I received this month was this Neal and Wolf Intensive Care Treatment.
I am obsessed with hair treatments and so anything like this would interest me but a full sized luxury conditioner promising to instantly repair and transform my hair? Colour me happy!
I will definitely to reviewing this!
You can buy Neal and Wolf Hair Care here
The Intensive Care Treatment is £12.95
Next, Plum Perfume by Mary Greenwell sample
Of all the perfume samples I've got from GlossyBox so far I like this best. It might not be the best for everyone, I've already heard lots of negative comments from other receivers this month but it has lots of notes I like such as Sandalwood and Amber so it might be a nice change of fragrance for Autumn.
You can buy 100ml of this perfume for £90 from House of Fraser
The Green Balm.... ever heard of it? me either but a multi-purpose balm intrigues me.
I'm always looking for the ultimate lipcare so this could fit the bill there but according to my google "research" it can be used for many different purposes from dry elbows to insect bites. Sounds like something handy to have around the house but I don't know whether I'd buy the full sized version.
You can buy 50ml jar from feelunique.com for £8.50