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Glossybox July 2013 - Seaside Splash Edition

I've been super busy with deadlines recently and haven't been posting much but I couldn't not post about this month's Glossybox. Last month's one didn't get a mention but for those of you waiting on the postman this one's a winner!

The seaside themed box is really cute and makes a difference to the regular pink ones. 

First up, Anatomicals 'Spray Misty For Me' Facial Spritz. I took a similar product to this away with me on holiday and it came in really useful. It was nice and refreshing so I'd definitely recommend packing something like this if you haven't been on holiday yet. Well with the current heat wave that we've got in the UK at the moment, it will come in handy anyway! You can use it to set makeup as well. It's lavender and peppermint scented and retails for £6 for 100ml. This is a full size version too.

Next up, a Ciate Nail Varnish in 'The Glossip', nail varnish colours in Glossybox can be a bit hit and miss sometimes but i'm really please with this one - a nice coral toned red. £9 Full size again!

Then, there is a Bamboo Style Boho Waves Tousled Texture Mist. It adds texture, volume and shine to dry or damp hair. This is a miniature version at 25ml of the full size product of 125ml for £23, so has a value of about £4.60.

Coola Classic Sunscreen Cucumber Moisturiser, this has SPF 30 which is important in the Summer and is a multi use product to protect and moisturise skin. This is a 7ml sample worth about £3.70 compared to a full size product of 50ml for £25.99.

Lastly, 2 full size products as one, Sleek Pout Paint in shades: Pinkini and Lava. They're worth £4.99 each. Another good colour choice here, i'm glad that I wasn't sent the blue or silver ones! A little is meant to go a long way so i'm looking forward to trying these.

The box has a value of about £33.00 compared to the £10 subscription price but they're all products that i'll use this time. Sometimes when you get a sample of a £200 cream, you know you're not going to be repurchasing it so it's nice to get a variety.

What do you all think of this month's Glossybox?



  1. I was so happy to receive all this! Best box in so long for me, I'm going to get my pout paint on later ;)

  2. This is a fab box I love the contents! Now following your great blog xx



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