Glossybox October 2015

Glossybox October 2015PIN IT

Clearly October is the month for beauty boxes as the Glossybox October 2015 is a scorcher, with all five products being full-sized and a very good mix! The RRP of the contents of the October 2015 Glossybox is over £80, so this month subscribers are getting serious value for money.

Glossybox October 2015 ReviewPIN IT

As you can see, it’s a decent mix of products with two make-up items, two skincare items and one tool.  All of these will get used and I’m genuinely struggling to put these in order of favourites since they’re all such great products from some fab brands.

Glossybox October 2015 ReviewsPIN IT

The So Susan Haute Light Highlighting Pencil is a pretty, peach shade in a creamy and easy to blend formula.  This is at the top of my list as I’ve been on the hunt for a decent pencil highlighter that isn’t too sparkly or in-your-face, so I’m very happy this is included.  The Nicka K Airbrush Blending Sponge is a very welcome addition to the box, as I love to use a sponge for blending concealer and it’ll be interesting to see how this compares to the Beauty Blender.  The Lanolips Golden Ointment Dry Skin Salve is going to be a lifesaver for many now the colder months have arrived, as this multitasking product can be used for any kind of dry areas on the hands, feet or even face apparently!

Glossybox October 2015 Contents ReviewPIN IT

I have a real soft spot for Talika as I remember whiling away an afternoon mooching through their collection at Fenwicks.  To be honest, I wasn’t aware they were still available in the country until very recently, so I’m very happy to try their Photo-Hydra Day cream and put it through it’s paces.  Finally, the Jelly Pong Pong Fairy Lashes Curl Mascara looks and sounds like a very promising mascara that I’m looking forward to trying.  Normally the last product on the list is the least I’m excited about, but I think this is the first time ever that there are no products I’m not really keen to try! You can subscribe to Glossybox here – link – with prices starting at £8.50 for a 12 month plan.

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