Same old, same old. September’s Glossybox is under the theme of Sugar&Spice. I love both sugary and spicy things and was eagerly awaiting the box and its insides.
Here’s what I got in the box (no box shot this time):
Another 20% off for Bodyshop (and a teaser of what was in the box)
This Syoss ad comes with a code that lets you order a hair dye of choice for free.
There’s also a Glossybox mag and some more ads.
Here we see the sugar of the box: The Bodyshop Honeymania Body Butter. Smells deliciously of Honey. Yum.
The obligatory hair product is Osis+ Blow & Go Smooth. It’s a spray for smoothing down hair and claims to make blow dry time shorter. Does anybody else think this product has a dirty-sounding name? full size.
bebe more Brighten up moisturizer with SPF 10. I used to have bebe products as a teen, I loved the texture. normal bebe products are advertised towards teens, the new bebe more line targets an older demography. Looking forward to try. full size.
Be a bombshell cosmetics eye liner in onyx: sorry for the bad pic, too much black with too little light.
This is a felt tip liner with a thick tip. I burned out on felt tip liners, this is going to a friend. It’s full size (as eyeliners in Glossybox usually are).
Some squiggly lines on the back of my hand.
Last, but not least: the spice of the box: Aura by Swarovski. It’s a perfume with a distinct spicy note, but not heavy at all. A very elegant scent and it lasts very long on the skin.
Since they really did put a sugary and a spicy product in, I declare this month’s motto to be perfectly fulfilled.
Overall, it’s an okay box, but it doesn’t blow me away. I keep on getting hair sprays and it’s the fourth black liner I got from Glossybox (not even counting liners in other colors). On the other hand, all products are useful, so it’s not bad either.