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GlossyBox March 2022 Full Spoilers for “Glossy Wonderland!”

Naomi Pandolfi
ByNaomi PandolfiMar 16, 2022 | 16 comments

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We now have the full spoilers for the March "Glossy Wonderland" GlossyBox!

A pop of color, a touch of shimmer, we're taking you to a Glossy Wonderland! Our March edit features FIVE Full Size products including brands never seen before in GlossyBox.

Model Co: Highlighting Shimmer Whip in Champagne

Retail Value: $15

This liquid highlighter creates a dewy and luminous glow in an instant; light-reflecting particles give skin instant boost of radiance, enhances bone structure and evens skin tone.

Earlier we shared:

Merci Handy: Hand Cream

Retail Value: regularly $7

Boasting a magical whipped texture, this lightweight cream from French brand, Merci Handy, will leave your hands feeling softer and more hydrated. Each Glossy will receive one of five delicious scents!

Lightweight is a must for me when it comes to hand cream. I need the product to absorb quickly and not leave behind any grease residue that would transfer to my phone or computer keyboard. I have not tried a cream from Merci Handy but they found a way to make hand sanitizer have a pleasant scent and texture, so I have high hopes for this product.

We previously revealed on March 7:

LUXIE 205 Tapered Blending Brush

Retail Value: $15

Perfectly paired with your new eyeshadow palette, Luxie's 205 is the ideal size to blend out transition shades in your crease. Soft enough to seamlessly sweep across your eyes, firm enough to add detail at the outer corners - it makes blending easy!

I really appreciate how this Luxie blending brush is curated alongside the eyeshadow palette for this GlossyBox. I have owned many Luxie brushes in the past and have always found them to be of good quality and durable. The sleek, modern design is always a stunning eye-catcher on any vanity.

We previously shared:

Avon: Farm RX Super Greens Cooling Gel

Retail Value: $37

This gel is a moisturizer that cools and soothes skin; you may also want to use it as a hydrating mask while you sleep.

I have not had the pleasure of trying any products from Avon, so I'm excited about this new product discovery. Gel-based products are my preference because I do have fairly oily skin, and I have high hopes that this plant-based moisturizer will be a great addition to my skincare routine.

Estate Cosmetics: Just A Taste Eyeshadow Palette

Retail Value: $14

Whether you're feeling calm and collected or a little mischievous, these super pigmented quad palettes will reflect your mood. There's wearable neutrals for everyday and a pop of color to create a more playful look.

I love the theme of this box 'Glossy Wonderland,' and the imagery gives me tea with the Mad Hatter vibes. I love the pop of color in each of the Estate Cosmetics palettes; perfect for the spring. I'm hoping for the vibrant baby blue. - Naomi

Spoiler Recap:

  • Model Co: Highlighting Shimmer Whip in Champagne, $15
  • Merci Handy: Hand Cream, $7
  • LUXIE 205 Tapered Blending Brush, $15
  • Avon: Farm RX Super Greens Cooling Gel, $37
  • Estate Cosmetics: Just A Taste Eyeshadow Palette, $14

Glossybox puts the value of this box at $90+ but our calculations put the box around $88.

More You Should Know

  • Use coupon code WONDER16 to get your first box for $16.

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

THE COST: $21.00


THE PRODUCTS: Makeup, skincare and haircare products.

Learn more about GlossyBox by reading our reviews.

What do you think of this batch of spoilers? Let us know in the comments!

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Naomi Pandolfi
Naomi Pandolfi

Naomi Pandolfi is a skincare obsessed subscription box junkie who is always on the hunt for the best curl defining cream. She is a producer and contributing writer at several online publications, including MSA, The Knockturnal, and Hey Beauti Magazine. Naomi is also the Head of Development at Starfury Productions and is dedicated to helping Black, minority, and underrepresented creators develop and sell projects.

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Has there been any word about the Easter egg box that glossybox does?

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If you go to Glossybox’s site, and toggle over Limited Edition you’ll see the page for the Easter Egg box. Last I checked today, they had a sign up box to be notified for when it goes live (I think it’ll be April 6th). On that page all they say so far is that there will be 10 items. Some spoilers are out for the UK version (that will have 12 items), but GB tends to have different UK & US versions.

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Awesome! Thank you so much! This will be my first year getting one. I’ve been able to resist them the last few years but the egg this year is just too darn cute!


Ooops, disregard the date. I just saw where the release date will be 3/29 for subscribers & 3/30 for non-subscribers. 🙂


Has anyone been charged for this months box yet?

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Wish the teacup & saucer came in the box!!!

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The estate palate is listed as $14 on the estate site.

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Yes, the $40 is for a set of 4 palettes. Each palette is only $14, and we only get one.

These don’t look like the most useable colors. 😕

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Does anyone know where on their site to find how many boxes you have left in pre-paid? They have the worse website, and I can no longer find where to leave reviews for the monthly boxes for points either.

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Kathy S.

I know how you feel about Glossy points for reviews. I have called them and explained that I’ve not been able to leave reviews since December? They gave me a $5.00 credit for Dec and only 80 cents for Jan??? Haven’t called back about the laughable 80 cents they gave me for Jan or about where are the surveys for Feb. Come on Glossy get it together.

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It is always disappointing when subscription boxes include MLM products. Ugh.

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Taren Winskye

Avon has been around for 160 years though. I don’t quite lump them in with a lot of the MLM scam brands. I truly think of them as a respectable company that conducts a lot of innovative research. Plus they don’t have all of the tiered levels that most of those other companies do.

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ITA, Avon shouldn’t be lumped in with other MLM companies.

Tiffany Nicole

I was thinking the same thing. It doesn’t look like its actually from Avon until you look it up on Google

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CUTE! Love it- especially for spring being right around the corner! I have almost reached to get this sub a few times in the last year or 2…Lately its just like: Ok love couple items in a box, or tiny products and a HUGE miss. So I finally gor Allure! But ya never know, maybe my finances will let me spoil myself a little more. Lol. (Maybe Kinder Beauty Box though, instead?)

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I always found it interesting that the Mad Hatter was actually suffering from mercury poisoning.

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