Glossybox April 2014 - sweet treats

Time for another Glossybox review and this April it's all about sweet treats for Spring/Summer:



As always, the products come beautifully presented and I must say I much prefer the new glossy pink design. There's the mini magazine too, which this month includes features on finding the perfect boyfriend jeans, mini mascara reviews and a hair tutorial as well as the usual expert Q&A and interviews.

Of the 5 I'm most excited about Monu warming ginger massage and body oil. I love massage oils and with extracts of ginger, lemongrass and orange this smells incredible. I'm looking forward to trying MeMeMe beat the blues pearl pink highlighter too. I've heard it's a good dupe for Benefit high beam and with summer coming up I could certainly do with a good cream highlighter in my collection.

The other products are Tresemme cleansing dry shampoo (which will come in really useful), Emite make up lip brush and Sunsense UK daily SPF50 which is probably my least favourite product this month. I'm super fussy about facial sunscreens and looking at other blog posts I would have preferred the He-Shi tanning gel instead.

Overall I think there's a good mix of products and although it's not the most exciting of boxes, it is a well thought out and useful one none the less. Glossybox turns 3 next month and as they've been consistently good recently I'm looking forward to seeing what surprises they've got in store for us.

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Are you a beauty box subscriber? What did you get in your box this month?

4 comments

  1. The cream highlighter sounds great, I'd love to know how you get on with it :)x

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    1. I think it's great for adding a subtle sheen to the skin, works really well with cream blushers x

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