GlossyBox Limited Edition Easter Egg Box Review


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Glossybox LE Easter Egg

GlossyBox is a monthly beauty subscription box. They have the best packaging in the business, their products are usually a deluxe size or full size, and the value is usually good too.

They frequently release special edition boxes, such as this egg and the upcoming Mother’s Day Box.

Glossybox LE Easter Egg open

This box was sent to us for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).

Glossybox LE Easter Egg all contents

About This Box

The Box: Glossybox Limited Edition Easter Egg (not available yet.)

Anticipated Launch Date: 4/5

The Cost: $29.99

Ships to: US and Canada

FYI – subscribers usually get a $5 discount on boxes. If you aren’t a subscriber yet, click here and use coupon code GLOSSYFREE to get a free month when you buy a 3- month GlossyBox subscription! (Regularly $21 a month) This brings the cost down to $13 a box!)

GlossyBox Limited Edition Easter Egg Review

Glossybox LE Easter Egg booklet Glossybox LE Easter Egg booklet with product info Glossybox LE Easter Egg booklet back cover

Each egg comes with a fold-out card detailing the items included.

Wanna see what’s inside? Let’s go!

Glossybox LE Easter Egg eye jewel shadow Glossybox LE Easter Egg eye jewel shadow open Glossybox LE Easter Egg eye jewel shadow bottom

Dome Beauty Pink Diamond Eye Jewel, 2.6 g – FULL SIZE Retail Value $25.00

This whipped eyeshadow was so super pigmented that it really takes very little to coat your lid! It was a metallic finish but did have what looked like flakes of chunks of metallic which I can’t decide if I like. It dried down to a matte-like finish that really doesn’t smear or go anywhere. If you apply just a little, it gives a sheer metallic wash, or apply more for a solid chrome look.

Glossybox LE Easter Egg highlight stick Glossybox LE Easter Egg highlight stick closed Glossybox LE Easter Egg highlight stick open Glossybox LE Easter Egg highlight stick bottom

Jafra Cosmetics Highlight Stick in ‘Bubbly’, 0.35 oz – FULL SIZE Retail Value $22.00

I feel like I have gotten so many highlighters this past season, so I admittedly have a little highlighter fatigue. That being said, I absolutely adore this one because, in addition to highlighting, it happens to be a perfect all over lid color for my eyes. You can also use this creamy champagne color to highlight your collar bones or even legs since this tube has a ton of product. In a sea of highlighters over the last few months, I really like this one very much!

Glossybox LE Easter Egg swatches

Top: Done Beauty Eye Jewel in Pink ‘Diamond’. Bottom: Jafra Highlight Stick in ‘Bubbly’

Glossybox LE Easter Egg lip service gloss Glossybox LE Easter Egg lip service gloss back Glossybox LE Easter Egg lip service tip

Patchology Lip Service, 0.32 fl oz – FULL SIZE! Retail Value $15.00

I feel like this tube looked a little empty, but it was a nice sized tube so I am willing to overlook this. This is a thicker gloss to balm formula that seeps into chapped lips and has a very slight peppermint scent and tingle. It really made my lips feel incredible and lasted longer than many other glosses I have tried. I also used this as a little lip sleeping mask, heavily applied overnight and my lips were ridiculously soft in the morning.

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Lauren Beauty Palm Springs Getaway Nail Polish, 0.50 fl oz – FULL SIZE Retail Value $18.00

I really like shades like this, especially with spring finally here! This is a sheer but buildable peachy-pink with hints of gold shimmer. You can wear one coat to give your nails a clean and polished shine, or use 2-3 for more of a full coverage jelly look.

Glossybox LE Easter Egg nail polish swatch

I was also swatching eyebrow pencils, so that is why my hand is covered in brown!

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Erno Lazlo Multi-Task Eye Serum Masks, set of 6 pairs – FULL SIZE Retail Value $35.00

I love this brand! These little eye masks contain algae extract, B3, and allantoin, which group together in a luxurious serum that absolutely helped with under-eye puffiness from a few recent nights of bad sleep. They gave my skin more plumpness and made it feel hydrated and firm, which is really all I can ask for from any eye mask. I also really like that there were six sets in this box, so I can enjoy them more than just a few times.

Verdict: The GlossyBox Easter Egg is full of spring treats! It makes an egg-cellent alternative to a candy-filled Easter basket for the skincare and makeup lover in your life, or, #treatyourself! I loved the highlighter stick and the Lip Service gloss and have already added them to my morning rotation. The eye shadow cream I am saving for a special occasion when my lids need an extra dose of sparkle. The nail polish is a color I truly would have bought for myself and of course, I adore the eye masks. This cute egg held a retail value of $115, which is pretty great for $29.99, including free shipping!

To Wrap Up:

Anticipated Launch Date: 4/5

Value Breakdown: At $29.99 for this box, here’s what you are paying approximately per item:

  • Dome Beauty Eye Jewel $6.52
  • Jafra Highlight Stick $5.74
  • Patchology Gloss to Balm $3.91
  • Lauren B Nail Polish $4.69
  • Erno Laszlo Eye Masks $9.13

Alternatively, each item in this box has an average cost of $6.00.

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Written by Megan Kirkland

Megan Kirkland

I love natural/vegan beauty products, Korean skincare, unique jewelry, and weird candies from far away places. When I am not waiting for my next exciting box you can find me painting or taking photographs of interesting people. I never leave home without pug hair somewhere on my shirt and a bold lipstick on my smile.

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  1. Got mine today!!! love everything except the nail polish….oh boy is it streaky. 2 coats so far and still not covered. Oh well can’t love everything. But I am in love with everything else!!!! Yay!!

  2. I’m not a fan of Glossybox (sorry, had many issues with them in the past) BUT I got this egg as soon as it was released. I believe it was sold out by days end, so talk about a rush! I’m delighted with the offerings (particularly the ERNO LASZLO Eye Masks (a $35 value alone) along with the Lip Balm & Nail Polish.

    After Megan’s review I might even give that highlighter a try (I’m so over supplied in highlighters these days, but a stick might be an easy and pretty touch for a natural look). The one item that will have to be sampled to see if it is used is that Eye Shadow. The color looks pretty, but this metallic trend does not usually sit well on my aged eyeballs.

  3. I love eye masks and even though I am 42 I love a sparkly eye shadow with no fall out. I am always on the hunt for the perfect lip product. I think I might be in for this one! Nail polish easily goes away on the work table and I will try the highlighter for a more natural highlight when I am not in the mood to gleam.

    • This eye shadow def has zero fallout! It dried right in place. I actually had never tried one even remotely similar in that regard. Bodes well for a night out on the town. The eye masks are awesome and I am already dreading running out of them.

      • Awesome, thank you! Great review as always Megan! 🙂

  4. Nothing I really want , thought this be more exciting being Easter and all , I’ll pass .

  5. Yup definitely getting this it’s too good to pass up imo. So eggcited! 😁

    • I hope you enjoy your egg-cellent Easter Diana!

  6. LOL. Again I’m the outsider: I love GlossyBox. They’re one of the few boxes that I’ve been subbed to for ages and never consider unsubscribing from. I will definitely get this one. The egg is so cute and that highlighter and lip stuff look great. Erno Laszlo is my skincare line, but I’ve never tried those masks.

    • The egg is still sitting on my desk because the pink color is perfection and it is just so dang adorable. Hope you enjoy Pat!

  7. Seems like a pretty decent box for the price, but nothing that I really need right now. Thanks for the spoilers though, since now I know I don’t need to buy it.

  8. I’m loving seeing 5-free vegan nail polishes in boxes. Your review makes me want this, but I just don’t have a need for any of the items! Ugh, the struggle.

    • It is a struggle. Product overload is real!

  9. I’ll be buying it just for the Erno Laszlo masks, those are my favorite

    • Megan, thanks for the great review as usual!
      I’m also going to buy this for the eye masks. That said, the lip balm also seems right up my alley too. I slather on Laneige at night but wouldn’t mind something in a tube to replace messing with the pot. I could also use that highlighter stick for my work bag and the nail polish is so pretty. Lauren B has a good formula even though Zoya is my HG. The only miss might be that eyeshadow.

      • Thanks Flora! I feel like the eyeshadow will be the most polarizing item for sure. It is a little specific! Interesting about the Zoya recommend. I have the worlds oiliest nails and nothing stays on for longer than 1-2 days, if I am lucky.

        • I don’t have oily nails but I’m pretty rough on my hands, lots of fine art (yes, I use my fingernails to scratch mediums and paint 😮) and I don’t wear gloves when washing dishes. If I take the time and use base and a full coat of topcoat, I can usually make my mani last 3-5 days. But I don’t regularly use polish, I usually just swipe a clear nail strengthener once a week. My Zoya collection is years old and I only really buy them during Zoya’s earth month polish exchange (50% off and it’s happening now). Also, I’ve never had them chip off my pedicure, even after a month.

  10. Easy pass for me.

  11. Great review! I don’t need any of this, but I’m going to buy it because your review makes it seem too good to miss! I’ll consider it my grown up Easter basket!

    • Hope you love it Mary! Combine it with some chocolate and you have the best Easter ever!

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