Oh no, not another box. I’m basically turning into a box blogger. Doom.
Before we get on with this, I would just like to inform you all about how much I hate spiders.
Okay, now that’s over with – may I present to you all… theeeeeeeeeeeee August Glossybox:
Ohhh, aahhh, I hear you all say. Okay, probably not. This months box was a bit wanky. It’s a sad story, really. I wish that beauty boxes would get a bit bold with colours – they tend to send very neural colours. I have neural colours already. Send me bright shades, intense colours, different products. Send me something unique. K thanks.
Philip Kingsley Elasticizer.
What’s an elasticizer? I have no idea. It’s supposed to ‘deliver unrivalled elasticity’. If anyone can describe what that means to me in Layman’s terms then I’ll give you a lolly pop.
That aside, it’s supposed to make your hair more manageable as well as give it extra bounce and shine. I was going to try this the other night but it just seems like such a massive hassle.
You have to first wet your hair, then apply it to the mid lengths and ends. Then cover your head which a plastic cap or towel. Then wait 2o minutes. Then shampoo and conditioner.
I’m a busy lady, me. I like things to be quick. There’s no way I have time to faff about like this. Why make it so complicated? I may try it eventually when I actually have a couple of hours where I’m not at work/doing blog/asleep. But realistically, it’s probably not going to happen. I’m just not the type of girl that enjoys face masks/baths/moisturising/general pamper.
I would recommend this product if you have nothing to do with your time and are bored.
It’s £38 for 250ml. So why not waste your money as well as your time.
Figs & Rouge Mini Hand Cream
This is said to be ‘indulgent’ skincare. I could not care less about hand cream. Apart from sending me the first chapter of a book, hand cream is probably the most boring beauty product that was ever invented. Apart from shower gel, that’s pretty lame too.
It does smell nice and I guess if you’re up for this kind of stuff, then you’ll like it. The packaging is also enjoyable. *positivesmile
It’s £6.95 // 80ml
This is so nice! It has a lovely sweet, but slightly musty undertone that really hits your senses after the rose and bergamot scent has gone. I would probably have bought this if I hadn’t spent £104 on the perfume I got in my last Birchbox.
I’d urge you to have spray if you come across it at a counter. It’s not a normal thing for me to like perfumes, but this is just lovely. It’s on my wish list, so if you’d like to buy me it for Christmas then…
£67 // 50ml.
I managed to find a 100ml bottle for £41 on Amazon though. I totally bought it. 🙁 🙂
Yves Rocher Pink Nail Polish
This is a mini nail varnish (lolz durrrrhhh), the intention is that because it’s smaller, it costs less so allows you to be tempted by more colours. Woo nail varnish. I like this, it’s a nice colour and all that.
Essence I love extreme crazy volume mascara
I bought another essence mascara a couple weeks ago so it will be interesting to see how this compares. It’s got a creamy texture that covers each lash and the extra-large brush is supposed to offer volume. Let’s hope so! I need volume!
Kryolan For Glossybox Highlighter Cream
I’ve never heard of Kryolan before. From what I can tell, it’s a brand of professional makeup that is used largely for TV, films and theatre.
This is a lightweight highlighter with a gloss finish. Interesting. I still have a highlighter I got a few months ago to review, so I might do a vs post with them both 🙂
£12.95 // 4.5g
So, there ya have it. A couple of nice items, the perfume and nail varnish along with the mascara. Once I got over the hate of the idea of the hair stuff and the hand cream, things weren’t as bad as expected!
Anything here that floats your boat?
Hope you have a nice weekend 🙂