Glossybox March 2021 – What’s Inside?

Afternoon Lovelies, 

It’s time for a March Glossybox unboxing review… The days are getting warmer and flowers are starting to bloom, springtime is starting to arrive and gorgeous pastel colours are starting to appear. To celebrate the Spring season Glossybox for this month have put together a mix of products that look visually stunning and will make you look and feel fabulous too. The theme for this month is ‘Pretty Pleasures.’

INSIDE THE BOX… 5 BEAUTY

BEAUTY 

FIGS & ROUGE Satin Soft Blurring Primer & Finishing FixOLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAThis is Figs & Rouge Satin Soft Blurring Primer & Finishing Fix, it helps to prep the skin, keeps it looking fresh and flawless and blurs and minimises shine. It includes unique anti-blemish and pore minimising properties which helps to reduce breakouts and helps smooth out any skin impurities. The formula includes Hyaluronic Acid which plumps and moisturises as well as ingredients like Marshmallow Root and Arctic Cloudberry Extracts to keep the skin energised. This is in a full size bottle and retails for £38. I love Figs & Rouge products so am looking forward to trying this one out and the pastel pink packaging is always gorgeous. 

SO ECO Complexion SpongeOLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERANo makeup vanity case is complete without a sponge applicator and this one by So Eco is in a lovely pastel green shade. This complexion sponge is super soft and can be used either damp or dry to evenly blend makeup for a flawless finish. The pointed tip is perfect for blending out makeup around smaller areas of the face like around the eye area. Basically it’s just your usual blending sponge but it can help the environment as the best thing about the brand So Eco is that it plants 1 tree for every 100 products sold. This retails for £6.

NAILS.INC Palace Gardens Nail PolishOLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAThe brand Nails Inc create some gorgeous nail polishes and this pastel blue shade looks perfect for the spring… It’s giving me spring vibes for sure! It’s a super glossy and long lasting nail polish with great pigmentation and it’s in the shade Palace Gardens. I have always loved Nails.Inc nail polishes and I’m sure that this one won’t disappoint. This nail polish retails for £11. 

BEAUTANIQ BEAUTY Nourishing MascaraOLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAThis mascara claims to intensely volumize, thicken and lengthen lashes aswell as strengthen them too. It’s got some fabulous ingredients in the formula that are conditioning like Camellia and Almond Oil and the brush size is oversized which is right up my street as I love a full and thick mascara brush. I am looking forward to trying this mascara out as I do love to try out new mascaras to see if they can seriously impress me with volume and length. This one retails for £15.50. 

LORD & BERRY Line/Shade – Travel BlackOLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAI have tried this eyeliner pencil out before and I loved it so I’m excited to be able to use another one. This is by Lord & Berry and is in a travel size which retails for £10. The eyeliner pencil gives a rich colour pigment and has a smooth texture that is easy to glide onto the eye. It’s a great eyeliner pencil that works well for cat eye flicks or smokey eye looks. 

Overall, this box is perfect for the arrival of Spring as it contains a lovely mix of pastel colours and having all 5 products as beauty items is something that we haven’t had for a while so it’s a nice change being more beauty sided for this month. If I had to pick a favourite product from this selection it would have to be the Nails.Inc Nail Polish as it’s in a stunning shade. The total worth of this box comes to £80.50!

As always I would love to hear all of your thoughts and opinions on this month’s Glossybox. Do you love the products inside? Which one is your favourite from this selection? If you received this month’s Glossybox yourself did you get any products that were different from my box? I love hearing from you all, so be sure to leave your comments down below.

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