I was weirdly excited about the fact they’d included a razor in this month’s box. Let’s face it, hair removal isn’t exactly the sexiest of topics, but we all tend to do it, and a shiny Wilkinson Sword razor is always going to come in useful.
I’ve not come across Royal Apothic before, so it’s great to discover a new brand, especially one that hails from across the pond in LA. These cute lip balms are gently tinted and the quirky design of the bottle definitely makes it stand out from anything currently in my collection.
An Essie polish is always a good thing in my book, although I’m not the biggest fan of these types of magnetic design polishes as they don't often work very well. The shade in my box is called Snake, Rattle and Roll and is a really nice grey shade that I will definitely wear.
The Marsk mineral eye shadow also continues with the grey theme. It should be pretty flattering on most people and while mineral eye shadows can take a bit of getting used to application wise, this one seems very wearable. The pot might seem small but trust me, this will last you a seriously long time!
The most disappointing thing for me in the box was a So Susan lip palette. This brand pops up in almost every Glossybox and I wish they would find some new brands to take its place. The palette itself looks very cute and features four tiny squares of lipsticks and a mini brush; it just doesn’t feel very good quality and isn’t something I will end up using.
All in all it’s a mixed bag for me this month. I’m looking forward to seeing what the March one has in store and really keeping my fingers crossed that Jelly Pong Pong/So Susan is nowhere in sight!
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Did you enjoy your Glossybox this month? What do you think of this month’s contents?