Lipgloss Break: February Glossy Box

February Glossy Box

February's Glossy Box was all about International Style. Whether you’re jet-setting around the world for Fashion Weeks or vacation, or maybe something less glamorous, like traveling for work (like me!), the products in this month’s box are travel friendly, and will keep you looking fabulous in your travels.



Here’s a rundown of the goodies:


BVLGARI Eau Parfumee Au The Blanc soap – This creamy beauty soap is lightly scented with the fragrance of Eau Parfumee Au The Blanc. As soon as I opened up my Glossy Box I smelled this soap! It’s a cleanser and moisturizer, and will leave you with the light scent of this perfume. The full size is $30/5.3oz.


Da Vinci Cosmetics Shimmer PowderLately I've been focusing more attention to all natural cosmetics, so I was excited to see Da Vinci shimmer powders in this month's Glossy Box. The powders can be used on cheeks or eyes (depending on the color). I used mine as a shadow and it stayed really well throughout the day (with an eye primer). I love loose powders because they seem to last forever. A little usually goes a long way.


Evologie eSystem Duo Pack Intensive Blemish Serum & Stay Clean Cream – We all know it’s hard to keep up on beauty and skincare routines when traveling, but sometimes it’s the most important since being more tired, dehydrated and stress from travel can take a toll on our skin! This duo consists of a blemish serum and stay clear cream. Use twice a day to help stay blemish free! 


Lisi Liquid Line Eyeliner – This has been my favorite product from this box. It’s travel friendly in slick, slim packaging. The applicator is super thin and goes on really smooth and even. It’s really affordable for being quality eyeliner as well. You can find it at LisiCosmetics.com for $7 a pop! I tried this in black, but it comes in a variety colors, including deep shimmers, classic hues, and even some with sparkles.



Nail Rock Nail Wraps – Between gel manicures and nail wraps, there is no excuse for a chipped mani! They are ridiculously easy to apply, and you’re out the door with no dry time. They retail at $8 for a full set. Very affordable compared to a manicure at a salon. 

Note: This review includes products that I received as samples, provided by the brand company or a PR rep. Please click here for more information regarding my disclaimer.


1 comment:

  1. I never heard this name "Lissi" because I use maybelline eyeliner. So thanks for introducing me the new products.

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