Contents: June Glossybox
I've finally got around to spending the last of my 'Glossydots' and so I have now cancelled my Glossybox subscription. It was rather fitting that the last few boxes I received were rather good, but it wasn't enough to keep me from closing my account. I did feel like I went out on a high, though, with this box which was a really strong one.
Glossybox had hinted all month that a product from 'So Susan' would be included in the June box and I got the concealer quad, which I think I preferred over the blusher which was the other option. I haven't used this yet but its formulated with oils so shouldn't be cakey on the skin. I imagine only one or two of the shades will be suitable for my skin tone but I am sure I will get use from it!
My favourite product in the box was this 'Teeez' flat brush which is really colourful and cute. The brush itself is a flat head eyeshadow brush which will be great for blending out and it feels of good quality so I am looking forward to adding it to my brush collection.
The Roger & Gallet sachets and perfume sample were a novel way of including three products in a sample usually containing just one. The 'Fleur de Figuier' scent is incredible and costs £32 for 100ml, it's available from good old M&S and I am definitely thinking about investing in this for my summer scent. It's light and fresh and I really enjoyed using it and can't wait to try the body lotion and shower gel too.
The wooden spoon of the box (there's always one!) comes in the form of this 'Got 2 B' Volume and Shine Souffle. I don't think this is something I'll use day to day but I might try it out, to be honest I don't use an awful lot of product on my hair so it might be interesting to see if it does make a difference to my daily look. The NailGirls base coat and hardener is another product that I was happy to recieve, staples such as this are so handy and always useful in your makeup kit.
Overall, my Glossybox experience has been a mixed one. I've learnt about some amazing brands and products through this service, but at times I've also felt that the company lost focus of their brand aim and failed to listen to their customers. I have now unsubscribed so I won't be posting any more review posts on my blog, but I hope that they've proved insightful as to what this service can offer.