A little late posting this again but I was deliberately waiting for my new camera.

Here's February's box*.



Dr Bronner Magic Liquid Soap.
Apparently this has 18 uses, if someone can tell me how they use it that would be fab because I have no idea how to use this. :/

Como Shambhala Invigorate Body Lotion.
I wasn't expecting to like this it has a very uplifting scent that I can't pick out, I think there's some grapefruit in there but it's super zingy and awakening. Leaves my skin super soft and the product itself isn't thick so sinks in without too much effort.

DuWop Venom Gloss- Buttercup.
This is pretty interesting, instead of using the regular combination of mint for a plumping effect it uses ginger and cinnamon. I'm odd and love the way tingly glosses feel on my lips and this is no different. Though I don't like the taste, I know lipgloss isn't for eating but I have a habit of licking my lips. Buttercup is a light shimmery champagne.

Paul Mitchell - Round Trip.
I unfortunately can't comment on the use of this as I have no intention of using it. It's a curl definer and since having the chop to short my hair stays straight all the time.

BM Beauty Pure Mineral Eyeshadow - Noir.
The website describes this as a matt black but it definitely has micro glitter in there and it's more of a charcoal black than a pure black. The pot is a sucker for making a mess as it's just a screw top but I can forgive that for it being such a soft, easily workable pigment. Sometimes very flat pigments can be hard to work with but this blends in really easily, perfect for those soft edges.

All in all this box was ok. I felt that previous boxes were better. But you've all heard about the March box right?

Glossybox is collaborating with Harrods to bring an extra special luxurious box. I look forward to seeing what's in that!
PR sample.