Glossybox June 2018


The June 2018 Glossybox is a ‘French Riviera” themed box containing five products that sit around the theme, described as ‘French beauty essentials’ on the box insert.


The Glossybox June 2018 contents is a pretty decent, with some good products and relatively decent sizes.  It’s skincare-heavy this month – predictably, since it’s French themed – but there’s also something for hair and make-up fans too.


Gatineau is a really well known French skincare brand and I’m looking forward to trying the included Gentle Eye Makeup Remover.  I’m also surprisingly keen to try the Novex Mystic Black Deep Hair Mask, which smells really good and looks like it should put a good bit of moisture back into dry hair – I am getting my hair coloured this week, so I’ll definitely be putting it to good use! The Laritzy Cosmetics Shade Stix looks like another product that works well for the warmer months, as it’s a bronzer/contour stick that promises to provide a creamy, weightless texture.


I’ll be honest and say that I have started dipping in and out of manual facial scrubs over the last few months, after trying to avoid them for quite a while; I think as long as you’re sensible and don’t rub at your face like you’re trying to remove it, you can make them work really well for your skin.  The Nip+Fab Glycolic Scrub Fix sounds right up my street, so I’ll give it a go soon.  The final product is the Monu Skin Eye Cool Gel, which is low on my list simply because I think I’m unlikely to put it to good use, although it does sound like a lovely product that would really come into its own on a hot, sunny holiday.  The June 2018 Glossybox is out now and can be found here – link.  This month there are five golden tickets in random boxes that’ll win you a Remington Pro Luxe Hair Styler – fingers crossed it’s one of my lovely blog readers!

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