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GlossyBox Limited Edition Egg 2020 Spoiler #2!

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ByMSAMar 13, 2020 | 10 comments

GlossyBox
3.3 overall rating
479 Ratings | 115 Reviews

We have a new spoiler for the upcoming Limited Edition Easter Egg Glossybox!

Here are three brands that will be included:

  • Q+A
  • TONYMOLY
  • Sunday Riley

The box will include:

3INA THE HIGHLIGHTER – 200

A flashbulb for your skin, this special highlighting powder leaves you looking lit from within. Use The Blush Brush to stroke over cheekbones and temples or simply use your fingers to dust over eyelids or the Cupid’s bow. Brush it over collarbones and shoulders to add radiance when wearing a strapless top. Warning: this glow is major!

AND:

Sunday Riley Good Genes

Smoothing and brightening dull and sun-damaged skin, this facial treatment is enriched with glycolic acid which performs a gentle yet exfoliating action.

What do you think of the spoilers?

The Box: Glossybox Limited Edition Easter Egg (Available March 26th.)

The Cost: Last year’s Egg was $29.99

Are you going to grab an Easter Egg when it launches? Check out our review of last year’s Egg to see what you can expect!

And check out our standard monthly GlossyBox reviews, too!

GlossyBox is a beauty subscription box that sends five deluxe and full-size products to your door every month for $21 (with free shipping to the U.S.). Subscribers should expect to discover new brands of hair care, makeup, and skincare in each pink box, wrapped up nicely with a different theme each ... read more.
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10 comments

Heather a

Glossybox put up another spoiler, it is a tonymoly grape jelly face mask… I just got 22% off a year with promo code chrissy

Jess N.

I use a tapered brush and don’t get too much on it (because a little goes a long way with that highlighter).

Alternatively, wear it as a topper for eyeshadow, and try putting it over a matte lipstick.

Julie B

Every time I see a highlighter spoiler now I think oh no. I’m still trying to figure out how to use the Fenty one from Boxy premium. I looked like I spray painted gold onto my face.

Svetlana7e

This Fenty highlighter is not good. It is gritty and too much yellow. However, I use it as eyeshadow topper and it is fantastic. It brights my eyelids and looks so fancy almost like PM eyeshadows.

Badseedgirl

That doesn’t look like a highlighter, that looks like a blush to me.

Beth

In the fall Glossybox had a promotion buy 2 previous boxes for $21. Sounded great. I had a subscription for a few years I was pleased so I purchased the promotion. Got 1 box and waited a week for the other box to arrive. I called to inquire about shipping and was told they ran out of boxes. I asked why the promotion was still active on the website. I asked to be sent a current month’s box. Nope. Then I asked for a refund and was told that I would be getting GB points equal to half of my order. Told cs I wanted a refund submitted to my cc or I would be contacting the states attorney office. I will NEVER again give GB a penny of my money.

Rae

I’m out. I received a 3-in-A lip primer and it’s horrid. And I’m so done with highlighters for the cheeks.

Julia

A ho-hum product from an overpriced company and now a highlighter (fast becoming the second-most unwanted sub box item after black eyeliners). Money saved!

Maria

Agreed. I still find it baffling that highlighters are now considered a makeup staple as important as foundation or mascara. I don’t ever wear it unless it’s a very special occasion. I’ve yet to find one that doesn’t highlight my pores more than my facial shape/bone structure/etc.

I started wearing makeup in the 90’s and became quite obsessed with it but highlighter just wasn’t a thing back then or for some time after. Except maybe in Hollywood and the world of professional makeup artistry. I guess I just assumed that one highlighter no matter if it’s a liquid or powder should last a long time even if someone wears it daily. Of course that’s me assuming they think of it as something to be used sparingly. But then I think about the many Influencers (Jeffree ⭐️ comes to mind immediately) and such that use it like foundation as part of full face contouring so I guess that’s why nearly all beauty boxes are sending tons of it regularly now. I guess I’m just too lazy to bother learning all the application techniques required for achieving that kind of precision and perfection to add it to my daily routine. I’ll just sticking to dabbing a tiny bit in a few places if I really feel like going all out. 😄

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