1- Paul Mitchell Awapuhi Moisture Mist – I have another product that is from this brand but for my hair, so was surprised this product could be used for both hair and skin. This hydrates and moisturizes your skin and helps you revitalise hair styles, especially in warm weather whilst cooling you down. This is a decent sized sample so you can really try this out if it works for you.
2- Jelly Pong Pong Irish Cream Pavlova Lip Frosting – Not such a high end looking product package wise, but the smell of the sticky sweet smell is gorgeous. The consistency is a bit sticky so would definitely not use on my cheeks although it aims to be multipurpose. I don’t think it would have a great finish or last very long. The colour is like a coral, pink colour which is sheer on the lips.
3- Nuxe Huile Prodigieuse Dry Oil – This dry oil multi-use product, was something I didn’t know what to expect. My sampling it so far, it is great for giving life to areas of dry skin and plan to try this in my hair. The smell is quite pleasant too
4- Monu Night Renewel Complex – I have used a hand cream from Monu so, so far I am impressed with this brand. I don’t have a night cream, so look forward to trial this out.
5- Bex SE1 London Urban EDT – When I first smelt this perfume, the first thinkg that came to my mind was a ‘masculine sent’. I don’t know why but it’s not something I would have bought in the shop. Its so great that glossybox is about trying out samples to see if you like them, so i’m all for trying out new things and seeing if this scent grows on me.
- Elizabeth Arden SPF Lotion- sample was a little extra in the box. And its so good that if you present your glossybox card to any participating Debenhams store, you will get a further deluxe sample.
This box was designed for the festival season so I thought that was a great theme and an over all ok box. I would have totally loved to have got the HD brows Palette as I have heard so much about it and would love to try it out. Maybe next time.
[All products in July's Glossybox]