The Glossybox July 2018 contents is the perfect holiday box, pack full of fabulous and handy treats for any upcoming trips away – obviously, as I keep banging on about, I have my holiday booked for September, so anything holiday related is getting a big thumbs up from me! If you have no holidays planned and fancy a bit of a ‘staycation’ there’s plenty in the July 2018 Glossybox for you too.
The Glossybox July 2018 contains a good mix of products, with a bit of everything; 2 make-up items, a couple of bits of skincare and a few body bits too. It’s a solid box, with nothing insanely exciting, but nothing terrible either.
I’ve had my lashes done recently and that always gets me on the hunt for a new mascara to try, so I’m happy to give the Oriflame 5-in-1 Wonder Lash Mascara a good go, especially as it promises to perform a whole host of mascara tasks such as lifting, curling, volumising, lengthening and separating – sounds good to me! You can’t really beat a tube of Crabtree & Evelyn La Source Hand Therapy, especially as it’s so travel-friendly. How pretty is the Inuwet Cheek Shell Brush? I’m definitely taking that away with me!
There are certain products that I’m always happy to give a go, and salt sprays are a perfect example of such products. The Senhor Do Bonfim Sea Water Hair Spray looks pretty, is a great size and is something I’m looking forward to trying – you can’t beat a salt spray for post-beach hair. Including a dinky-sized Regenerate Enamel Science Advanced Toothpaste is such a great idea – okay, so it isn’t the most exciting product you might find in a beauty box, but it’s something we all need and this perfectly sized version is an ideal travel product. Finally, there’s a sachet of the Hawaiian Tropic Duo Defence Sun Lotion SPF30, which is a nice enough inclusion, but not really enough to do much other than give you an idea of how the product feels and smells, which is something I suppose. Find the Glossybox July 2018 now – link – for £10 a month plus £3.25 P&P.