June 2018 GLOSSYBOX Subscription Box Review

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GLOSSYBOX is a monthly beauty subscription box with at least 5 luxury samples – many full sizes – per month for $21.

TIP: This box is always available through the end of the month, so you can still get this box! Note there may be other variations – this is just one!

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The presentation is so pretty and feminine. The box is baby pink mixed with black accents.

This month’s theme is Summer Solstice.

There’s a short note from GlossyBox.

The fold out sheet lists the items we got for this month! GLOSSYBOX has a few variations on their boxes, not all will be exactly the same.

Everything in my June box!

Emite Makeup Professional Eye Lash Curler in Rose Gold ($23.24) The rose gold color of this eyelash curler makes it look chic. It’s ergonomically designed and made of stainless steel. I like that it’s grip-friendly and easy to use.

It minimizes messing up your other makeup as its curved design makes it easier to fit all eye shapes.

They gave us three extra full silicone cushions that give even pressure and maintains eyelash curls that last.

The Artist’s Studio With Lou Taylor Summer Rose Eau De Parfum. This lovely perfume has a base of primrose, lily, amber, and rose. It finishes off with top notes of berries and pineapple garnish.

We can easily slip this into our pockets or purse for us to smell fresh all day.

I thought this will be the a roll on perfume but it’s in a spray! The illustrations are chic and fun – but it looks like this was an exclusive Anthropologie collab in 2016.

Karl Lagerfeld + ModelCo Lip Pencil in Rosewood  ($11.72) I love the hot pink packaging!

The soft lip liner is so creamy and it glides on beautifully. It defined my lips and it has a buttery smooth feeling upon application.

Just apply the lip pencil directly to the contour and outline the lips starting from the middle and to the outer corners paired with a lipstick to achieve a natural-looking, fuller and plump lips.

FYI – a day or two after we published the April 2018 review with a Karl Lagerfeld item, Lagerfeld made some remarks about being fed up with MeToo. I’ll address this in the review of the limited edition Lagerfeld box. It’s worthwhile to note on Glossybox’s behalf that this collab was planned/announced an entire year ago.

Absolute New York Icon Mini Eyeshadow Palette ($8.99) There are 3 sets of palettes in the collection: Gold Glitz, Aflame, and Royal Tea. I received Gold Glitz.

This product is cruelty-free. I love that the packaging is showing the glimpse of the shades we are getting. They also have shade descriptions written at the back.

This is a complete eye look for on the go gals as each palette has a variety of shades, a mirror, and a dual-ended brush.

These are the 6 luxurious eyeshadow shades: Fluff, Prosecco, Soft Copper, Cashmere, Nutty, and Charred. From a dewy radiant day makeup to a smoky date-night makeup, this mix of matte, metallic, and satin eyeshadows will be useful. They blend seamlessly too!

Here are the swatches! On top is the Rosewood lip liner, followed by the Icon Mini Glitz eyeshadows. Not the most pigmented but they were nice for a mini-palette.

Gilchrist & Soames English Garden Body Lotion ($3.10) It’s a hydrating body lotion inspired by the English countryside. The formula absorbs quickly and works on all skin types. It left my skin feeling smooth and soft, thanks to silk proteins. The lotion is paraben and phthalate free but… sorry GLOSSYBOX, Gilchrist & Soames will always be a hotel product in my mind! It has a rosey scent that is very strong – too strong for me no matter my feelings on this brand.

Temple Spa Repose Aromatherapy Resting Cream ($18.75) Who says Sleeping Beauty’s deep slumber didn’t have its perks? It’s a luxury to sleep soundly nowadays and this might just be the product to help me through it. It’s a moisturizing cream that works as a relaxing aromatherapy.

The cream can be applied to your face and neck at night. It doesn’t feel sticky or tacky because it is easily absorbed by skin while it deeply hydrates. It also smooths fine lines and wrinkles, gives us a calming relaxing aroma of lavender and chamomile with anti-oxidant benefits.

I love the variety in the box, which was about an $100 value. I have a new spray perfume and they even mixed makeup with skin care.  I do think there are no fillers because all products work well and are useful.  I love the moisturizer + spa aromatherapy in one! I’m drawn to products that are multi-functional and anything that can help me have a good night sleep. These will certainly make us feel gorgeous and carefree as we bask in the sun the next day!

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  • Luna

    I miss the Artist Studio being in the actual Anthropolgie stores (I’m not sure if they’re sold online though). I was in the midst of collecting all of their lip balms when my local Anthropologies stopped selling the brand. That’s pretty cool they do perfumes too! I think it was the cute packaging that always sold me. 🙂