l received The Hero Edit in exchange for an honest review. This post also appears on A Year of Boxes.
Lookfantastic put out a special hair care edition of their beauty box last month with a collection of products “meant to detoxify, hydrate, and give strength to your tresses as the temps rise, and we all let our hair down.” I’ve still got a few to try but I wanted to share some initial thoughts anyway. On to the mane attraction if you will, June’s Hero Edit. This one sold for $35 USD/$45 CAD and promised a retail value of $95+.
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I received The Beauty Edit Box in exchange for an honest review. This post also appears on A Year of Boxes.
More than any other season, I find summer the trickiest when it comes to makeup and skincare in that I want to use less but expect a lot more. I want to look natural yet polished, dewy but not shiny, sun-kissed but still be sun-safe. This week I’ve been trying products from the summer Beauty Edit Box and ‘tho it’s early days, I think I’m ready for my glow-up. 🙌 The Canadian makeup and skincare subscription service delivers full-size products from indie, luxe and mass market brands four times a year. Here’s more.
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I received June’s Glossybox in exchange for an honest review. This post also appears on A Year of Boxes.
Annnnnd we’re back. I got my second shot earlier this week 🙌 and I’m finally feeling better so time to catch you up on a few boxes before the month is out. (Is it just me or has June flown by faster than any other?) First up: Glossybox, a beauty box from the US that typically delivers five deluxe or full-size products every month. Subscriptions start at $21 USD/month and each one is valued at $60+. It’s a fun and relatively affordable way to try a wide variety of skincare and cosmetics from brands big and small and often even one of the products is worth the price of the box alone.
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