Think pink! The new Glossybox is here. This time I openend the March box and I’ll show you what was inside.
A lot of pink stuff. The box was pink itself, what is super cool because I use it on my make-up table with the other pink boxes that I have from Glossybox. I like to keep some make-up and beauty products in them and it looks cute in front of my mirror, next to my brushes.
Ok, enough about the outside, what was inside?
- Ciaté London – Nail polish Iced Frappe
- Emité Make up – Lip & Cheek tint
- Beauty made easy – Pink Oil blotting papers
- Figs & rouge – Avancé + Mattifying Emulsion MT+ Sheer
- The body Shop – Drops of Light brightening serum.
I love to use the Ciaté London nail polish. The color is perfect, soft and not too visible. I like to wear it to work for example. Or just when I want something different than nude but not too bright. Hubs thought it was a bit boring though, but he doesn’t understand nail polish, does he hahah!
The Lip & Cheek tint is so handy because you can use it on the lips & cheeks, so they are matching. Easy to apply, just with your fingers even.
The blotting papers is something I usually don’t use. But now being pregnant, my chin especially, is more oily. I like to just put a paper over my make-up during the day and it just takes the oil from my face, but not the make-up itself. Super easy to stay matte without using powder.
The fourth product is also against shininess. This emulsion you use as a base under your make-up to have a matte effect.
The body shop always has such nice products. This serum gives ‘light’ to the skin. Apply it under your day and night cream. I like to feel bright and light in my face, without being pale. This product gives me exactly what I need to have that effect without using a lot of make-up. Perfect!
Overal, a really good box again! I’m so excited to receive the next box already. It’s a true gift every month. If you feel like spoiling yourself every month, simply apply for the box here.
I’m gonna read the Glossy Mag, where another Swedish inspiring ‘powerwoman’ is featured. This time it’s Anita Schulman.