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GlossyBox May 2022 Full Spoilers: “Perfectly Imperfect”

Kai Green
ByKai GreenMay 5, 2022 | 5 comments

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We now have the first two spoilers for the May 2022 GlossyBox, "Perfectly Imperfect." From Glossybox:

This month's box will celebrate every inch of your beautiful self! Unwrap makeup, skincare and haircare that will give a happy boost to your everyday routine.

The box will include:

Maria Nila: Invisidry Shampoo - Full Size

With a fruity scent of passionfruit and apple, the Maria Nila Invisidry Shampoo leaves hair feeling fresh and volumized.

The Beauty Crop: BFF Brow Mascara - Full Size

Lock those brows in place with the @thebeautycrop BFF Brow Mascara. With castor oil and vitamin E to promote hair growth and hydration.

The box also includes:

  • Aceology: Rose Petal Mask - Deluxe Mini
  • Daily Concepts: Daily Body Scrubber - Full Size
  • Elemis: Pro-Collagen Energising Marine Cleanser - Deluxe Mini
  • Self-Care Stickers
  • Glossybox booklet

More You Should Know

  • Use coupon code PERFECT16 to get your first box for $16 (regularly $21).
  • Glossybox values each of their monthly boxes at $75+.

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 VALUE: $75+

THE PRODUCTS: Makeup, skincare and haircare products.

Learn more about GlossyBox by reading our reviews.

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

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GlossyBox is a beauty subscription service box that allows customers to sample products monthly. Sampling lets the subscriber fall in love with new products and become life-long brand advocates. Each box is filled with five makeup, hair and skin care products from top brands.

Kai Green
Kai Green
Kai Green is a freelance writer who loves happy surprises, which is why she loves subscription boxes. She has a favorite box every week and gets almost TOO excited about packaging. When she isn’t thinking about subscriptions she thinks about entertainment, pop culture and BTS. Her most fervent wish is that a BTS box becomes a reality.

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5 comments

missann

I love dry shampoo! It freshens my hair and leaves it with a nice smell. I am always down with receiving one in my sub boxes.

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Pat

I never mind dry shampoos because both my daughters use them and they make perfect stocking stuffers :). I hope the brow mascara is clear. I’m a redhead and it’s hard to find good colors for brows.

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Tiffany Nicole

I feel like GlossyBox sends dry shampoo entirely too often . I don’t even like dry shampoo. No matter what brand I use or what technique I use to apply it, it always leaves a gross white residue in my hair and I have to wash it anyways. It would be awesome if they switched it up with a leave in conditioner or hair mask or something of that nature every once in a while. I assume dry shampoos are cheaper though

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Amarante

I had no idea what to do with the dry shampoos and halo ended to mention my glut to my friend’s husband who is a computer geek. Evidently they are perfect for preparing the surface for some kind of imaging he does when he uses his three D printer.

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Kristin

Too funny I am so sick of leave in conditioner.

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