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April's Glossybox


Apologies I didn't get last months Glossybox up, but I'm back this month with what looks like a really awesome box inside and out. 

This months theme is Iconic Hollywood Edition which first of all the box itself is stunning, I love it, definitely a keeper. 

I haven't tried any of these products before or even the brands so I'm excited to give these a try. 

£10 The Perfect Marilyn Red...
A classic pillar box hue in a chubby stick which makes is really simple and easy to apply. It says it's softening, long-lasting and a beautiful matte finish which sounds right up my alley, looking forward to giving it a try and will definitely get more shades if this one is as good as it says it is.

£6.50 Another black eyeliner...
Beauty subscription boxes really like putting black eyeliners in. I've only ever tried a POP Beauty Nail Polish but I've heard a few things about the brand and I'm always keen to try black eyeliners. I like that it has a smudger on the other end and I can imagine some of the other shades they have would be great either as smudgey eyeliner along the top lashes, smoking out the lower lashline, adding a pop of colour, it could be very versatile and even if the actual eyeliner isn't very good, the smudgey brush will still be fine to use with other eyeliners. I will keep you updated on that. 

£3.89 A Hollywood favourite since the 1950's...
I've seen this online and in drugstores before but I've never tried it. It says it's suitable for face or body, and is said to be a film favourite amongst Hollywood stars which is always a good thing in my book. This particular moisturiser can obviously be used as a rich moisturising cream but also can be used to remove makeup so I will definitely be giving that one a try.

£4.10 Can never have too much nail polish...
I think we've had a Color Club Nail Polish before but I can't remember ever actually using it so I don't know what the formula is like. The only issue I have with the shade included in this months box is that it's very close to my skin tone already so it's going to look like manikin hands so I'm not 100% on the colour but we'll see.  

£3.59 If it's good enough for Hollywood...
This is a beautiful lavender lotion which, although seems very unusual to include in a subscription box as not many like the scent of lavender but actually it really relaxes me and although I won't be putting it all over my body, it's a nice thing to have for a relaxing pamper evening or something.

There we go. There's this months Glossybox, I hope you liked it and let me know if you have tried any of these or like some similar products.

Do you have any Hollywood worthy favourites? 

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