Emma & Chloe Jewelry Box May 2017 Review

Wow, this review is late–even by my procrastinating standards! I genuinely thought this box was the June shipment (since I received it earlier this month) so I was holding off on posting this review until mid-month. But imagine my horror when I saw a shipping notice in my email that said my June box was on the way! I went to look at my last review and lo and behold, it was for April. So….yeah. Sorry about that everyone!

Emma & Chloe Jewelry Box is a monthly jewelry club that represents independent, up-and-coming French jewelry designers. In addition to their monthly shipments, you can also purchase jewelry from their online boutique.

Every month they feature a designer and send a surprise piece of jewelry, though you can choose if you prefer gold or silver and whether or not you have pierced ears. If you do the month to month plan, it’s $35/month. If you prepay, the price goes down to $33/month for a 3 month subscription, $31/month for a 6 month subscription, and $29/month for a 12 month subscription. The unique piece of jewelry is always valued between $50 and $200, so you’re getting a significant discount no matter what option you choose.

Emma & Chloe Jewelry Box May 2017 Review

I always mention this in every review for Emma & Chloe: the packaging is lovely! This black box comes in a padded bubble mailer, so the box is always in pristine condition. And the box is really sturdy and super cute! The interior pattern is adorable and I love to reuse these boxes for storage or for wrapping gifts.

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Each month comes with a little mini magazine and also a postcard. I love the beautifully shot photos and thoughtful content. There’s always an interview with the featured designer plus lots of other little articles that are fun to read.


If you’re a lover of France (and seriously, who isn’t?) you will really enjoy the articles! There’s always at least one article that makes me ready to jet off to Paris. Luckily this month it’s all about Parisian picnics and how you can create your own without having to fly across the pond. I love all the suggestions! This magazine is packed with styling tips, new trends, and even has a fun quiz at the end every month.


4 Crosses Elsa Earrings | $69.00
The featured piece this month is a beautiful dainty set of earrings from 4 Crosses. Since my preference is gold, I received these in gold but it also came in silver. I love that Emma and Chloe was able to accommodate those who do not have pierced ears! Subscribers who do not have pierced ears were able to get this exact pair as clip ons! I love that, since most subscription companies will just send out an alternative piece like a necklace or bracelet.


Every month comes with a certificate of authenticity and simple care instructions.


A close up of the earrings! I am a big fan of dainty jewelry in general, and long earrings are my jam! They make my neck look really long and they’re statement pieces without being too heavy or large. The warm coral color of the bead is also perfect for my skin tone–coral is my favorite shade for lips and cheeks!


Okay, now here’s the cool part: you can transform these earrings by folding the earring in half so the bead is at the bottom. The post goes through one of the gold links in the chain and suddenly you have earrings that are half the length and more full. I love it! So much fun and versatile.


These earrings look so beautiful when they move! The little gold leaf shapes reflect light and create a lovely draped effect. I always get compliments on my Emma and Chloe pieces, and this was no exception. I wore it to a fancy dinner last week and several people commented on how delicate and pretty my earrings were!

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I’m very happy with the jewelry from this month! Although I haven’t had a month that I dislike yet. For the record, this is my 4th month. I think if you’re someone like me who adores dainty jewelry and loves all things French, this is perfect for you. The value is great, the quality of the pieces is awesome, the packaging is beautiful, and you get to discover new designers!

I look at my jewelry collection now and think the curation from Emma and Chloe is so on point. The pieces all look cohesive together and they send you a little of everything. So far I’ve received a ring, a necklace, a bracelet, and now earrings. It’s really smart that they alternate so much! I can’t wait to see what next month will bring, and hopefully I will be better at keeping track of what boxes are meant for which month in the future!


POPSUGAR Must Have May 2017 Box Review

Back on track with May boxes! I’m always amazed by how much I look forward to getting my POPSUGAR box each month. I have been subscribed for 3 years now and it’s still one of my favorite subscriptions. They consistently deliver amazing value and the curation is always thoughtful and on trend. I have discovered so many new brands and products that I love!

POPSUGAR Must Have is a subscription service that sends a variety of items for women that are curated by the POPSUGAR editors. Items typically include food, beauty, home, among other miscellaneous things. Each month is $39.99/month, but you can use the code REFER5 to get $5 off your first month.

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Samantha Faye Inspirational Cuff | $60.00
First up is a silver cuff that is exclusively designed for POPSUGAR. It comes in a little velvet pouch that is great for gifting. While this is the highest value item in the box, it’s actually my least favorite item. The phrasing “Be good, Do good, Feel good” isn’t for me and I prefer gold jewelry. But luckily I have a friend who would really enjoy this and I can pass it along to her.


It fits very well on me and is comfortable to wear. The quality looks excellent and the cuff feels sturdy. I wish we had received one of Samantha Faye’s regular designs instead of this exclusive one, since I think her actual line of inspirational cuffs is more my style. They usually have just a single phrase like “courage” or “believe”, which I prefer more.


I think this a very versatile piece. It would be excellent for layering with other bracelets but is also simple and chic and can be worn alone. I know my friend will be really excited to receive this! I love that even when something doesn’t suit my style, everything I get from this box is easily giftable.


Lipstick Queen Mornin’ Sunshine | $25.00
I was really confused when I first opened this lipstick because the yellow color was so surprising! But after reading more about it and trying it on, I love it. The yellow color transforms into a sheer coral once you apply it and it’s super flattering. It reminds me of Dior Addict LipGlow (one of my holy grail items!) because of the way the color morphs to match your skin tone and how moisturizing it is. I am so thrilled with discovering this product and this brand as a whole.


Tocca Montauk Candle | $20.00
Whenever I see Tocca in a box I get really excited. I love their scents so much! I wish I had purchased a second box so I can have two of these candles. The salt air cucumber scent is so fresh and light–it’s perfect for summer. It reminds me of enjoying delicious cocktails on the beach! Even though this is just a 3 ounce candle, it has a burn time of about 30 hours.


Swing Design Essex Frame | $13.00
I was very surprised to see the low retail value of this frame! I expected it to be more expensive since it looks really elegant with the sleek silver edge and thick white mat. It’s versatile enough to go with any home decor. I have a lot of pictures that I never remember to purchase frames for, so this is perfect! And at such a low price point I will probably be purchasing more of them so I can have a set. Another great find!


The frame also comes in a box so it’s ready to be gifted.


Southern Culture Strawberry Muffin Mix | $8.00
Always happy to see baking mixes! I love to bake but I’m also rather lazy, so a nice baking mix like this is the best of both worlds. This mix requires whole milk and 2 eggs. I haven’t found an occasion to bake these yet, but from the reviews it sounds like you might need to add extra sugar or fresh strawberries to help bring out the strawberry flavor. I’m reserving judgement for now since I haven’t baked it myself, but I do hope they turn out okay!


Nicely Noted Card Collection | $17.50
When I first saw the cards I was so excited! I adore letterpress everything and had been eyeing Nicely Noted for a while now. I was really excited to get 3 beautiful letterpress cards, but I was disappointed to discover that these are not actual letterpress cards. It seems really pointless to include cards that are not what a subscriber would actually receive. These are just your typical printed cards, sort of like something you could buy in a boxed set at Target.


I also really dislike the Nicely Noted logo on the backs of the cards. I always prefer it when subscription box items do not include a logo of the actual subscription that they came from, since it feels like advertisement and it seems tacky to me. In this case, I love buying card from independent small studios and it feels weird to have a Nicely Noted logo slapped on the back.


Overall it was a great box for me! The value comes to $143.49 which is fantastic, and pretty standard for POPSUGAR boxes. I loved the frame, candle, and lipstick! They are some of my favorite subscription box items this year! If the cards had been actual letterpress cards, this would have been a complete home run for me.

Serendipity by Little Lace Box May 2016 Box Review

Ack, I’m so behind again! But this is the last of the May boxes, I promise! Earlier in May I had the opportunity to sign up for a year’s worth of Serendipity by Little Lace Box. I have been keeping my eye on Little Lace Box for a while now and thought I would spring for the Serendipity since its so affordable and I’ve really liked the past boxes. Hopefully in the future I’ll be able to get the regular Little Lace Box subscription as well!

Serendipity by Little Lace Box is a bi-monthly subscription by the same people who run the original Little Lace Box. Serendipity is only $9.99/shipment, and sends out a collection of 5-7 items that “celebrate life, celebrate style, and celebrate you”. The shipments for the two boxes alternate, so if you subscribe to both Little Lace Box and Serendipity, you’ll receive a LLB in June and a Serendipity box in July. There’s no overlap at all. And while Little Lace Box has a theme for each shipment, Serendipity does not. Sign ups for Serendipity are often sold out and open briefly when new spots become available, so if you’re interested I would check the website every now and then to keep tabs! 

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This month the Serendipity actually has a semi-theme: it’s meant to complement the regular Little Lace Box subscription’s theme of “Dining Alfresco”.

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The pamphlet comes with little blurbs about each item and why it was chosen. This month also included a spoiler item for the regular Little Lace Box’s June shipment, which will include wine flight and tasting papers.

Serendipity by Little Lace Box May 2016 Box Review

Annie B’s Handmade Popcorn in Triple Treat | $2.00
My boyfriend was so happy to see this, since he loves any and all popcorn, but especially the caramel and cheese combination. I discovered this combination for the first time in Chicago, and was pleasantly surprised by how good it was! Caramel and cheese together sounded really gross to me, but trust me when I say it really works together. I’ve been on a diet lately (sigh…) so my boyfriend ended up taking this bag with him to work. I didn’t get to taste any, but he had nothing but good things to say!

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Modish Polish in Inspired by Pink | $12.00
A completely new-to-me brand of nail polish, which I’m always open to. Subscribers received different colors, and I’m extremely happy with the pale pink that I got. Inspired by Pink is part of their Beauty With A Cause Collection, and a portion of this pink color’s proceeds are donated to Lipstick Angels, a nonprofit dedicated to providing beauty services to patients with cancer. The polish is also 5-free and vegan friendly. Glad to have discovered this great brand!

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I ran out of polish swatch sticks, sorry y’all! It’s a pretty creme ballet pink that is really soft and feminine. I personally prefer pinks and glitters when it comes to nail polish, so this works out well for me. I think it’ll look amazing with a glittery top coat! Good opacity and smooth formula, very easy to apply and work with.

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Alfresco Stemless Wine Glasses | $7.99
When I first saw these when I opened the box, I assumed they were plastic. But nope, they’re actually glass! I was really impressed! And they’re not flimsy or thin either. These are sturdy and have a substantial weight to them. Definitely my favorite item in the box since they are so practical and well constructed. I know I’m not supposed to put wine glasses through the dishwasher but I tried with these and they held up great. I’ll probably be using these from now on for wine at home, and using the stemmed glassware for when we have guests.

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Pack-n-Go Insulated Tote | $6.99
Subscribers either received this in green or red. I wasn’t terribly excited to get a tiny lunchbox tote like this at first, since we have a few bigger ones that seem more practical. But then I thought about it and now I think this is actually a great size for just my boyfriend and I. Here in Houston we have an outdoor theater that hosts shows in the evenings in the summer, and this would be great for bringing a couple beers and snacks with us without busting out the larger totes/coolers. It’s big enough to fit 6 beers and 2 sandwiches comfortably (trust me, I’ve already tested this out), and has elastic pockets on both sides and a pocket on the front. It also has a strap long enough to be a crossbody, which is really convenient.

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Surprisingly  roomy on the inside! It doesn’t keep drinks cold for as long as our bigger ones do, but for a couple hours it definitely does the trick.

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Laguna Salt Company Tuscan Rosemary | $6.95
Runner-up for favorite item! I love flavored sea salts and rosemary is a versatile herb that goes with almost everything. It feels really appropriate for an alfresco dining theme, because as soon as I saw it my first thought was “ooh, I can’t wait to use this on the grill!”. I added some of this salt to olive oil and used it as a dip for bread. So delicious! And so incredibly simple. At 2 ounces it’s a pretty generous size too. I’ll definitely get plenty of use out of it! Will probably purchase more from this company when I run out–they have lots of great flavors like Sweet Hibiscus and Wild Ginger.

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Overall value comes to $35.93. For a $10 box! How do they do it? I have no idea. But I’m completely hooked. I thought this was an absolutely amazing box. The items felt well curated and the quality was great. I will use/have already used all 5 of the items and for only $10 (includes shipping!), it’s a complete steal. I don’t know of any other subscription out that that offers this quality for the price point. The mix of home, beauty, and food is really practical and reminds me a lot of POPSUGAR Must Have at a fraction of the cost. I think this is what POPSUGAR should have been aiming for when it launched the Mini box!

I really wish this could be a monthly box instead of a bi-monthly. I’m dying to get my July box already and it’s barely June. I’m so impressed with this that I really might have to get myself an actual Little Lace Box subscription as well!

Unbound Box May 2016 Delta Box Review

Today I’ll be reviewing an adult subscription box! So this is a bit of a departure than the other boxes I’ve reviewed in the past, but how could I resist? I’ve heard great things about Unbound before and was curious to see what sorts of items would be included. Besides, since I’ve already reviewed period boxes in the past, I figure my readers aren’t going to be too upset about any TMI that may happen. 🙂 If adult themed boxes are not for you and you wish to stop reading, this is your cue!


Unbound Box is a quarterly adult subscription box. They aim to deliver high quality erotic goods, with each box revolving around a specific theme. For May, it was “Delta”. Themes in the past have included “Power Play”, “Gold Rush”, and more. Each box is $65, including shipping. Boxes ship the first week of February, May, August, and November. You can pause or cancel your subscription at any time, and free returns are also offered for all items in each box.

This box ships in a discreet white box, with a return address to “Queen City Boxes”. I live in an apartment complex that sometimes will hold my packages at the leasing office for me, so the discreet box is pretty important. I would be mortified if the property manager had to hand me a box labeled “SEX TOYS” or something, haha!

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Packaging is definitely lovely. Custom printed satin ribbon, and everything is wrapped in a layer of tissue paper. If you’re searching for a bachelorette gift, this would be a great subscription! A friend of mine is having her bachelorette party in August; I’m hoping the next box will be out and available for purchase by then.

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Even from the first look you can tell that everything is more tasteful compared to your typical adult store selection. If you’ve ever stepped foot in one of those stores, you probably know what I’m talking about. The packaging is always so gaudy and tacky!

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Jimmyjane Intro 2 | $59.00
The big ticket item in this box! My first thought looking at this packaging is that it resembles a tech gadget more than a sex toy! Unboxing this vibrator felt like unboxing a new phone or something. Everything about it is really sleek and definitely feels high end.

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One thing I really appreciate is that it runs on AAA batteries (included), a size that is easy to find and cheap to purchase. I think these days most sex toys run on either AA, AAA, or are rechargeable, because the manufacturers realized that people didn’t like buying specialty batteries! But my very first vibrator needed A23 batteries, and they were much more expensive than AA or AAAs and tricky to find at the time, before Amazon Prime and the convenience of free shipping.

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It’s covered with a very soft silicone that is phthalate-free. The two ears are semi-flexible, and there is a motor in each one. The dual motor makes this pretty powerful, though it does have 3 different intensity levels and also 3 different patterns so you can choose what works best for you. The entire thing is waterproof, so you can bring this into the shower and it’s also very easy to clean. Another bonus is the 1 year limited warranty that covers defects in materials and workmanship. Jimmyjane sells some pretty high end ($100+) vibrators

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The button on the bottom controls what speed/power you want the vibration to be, and is also the power button. One downside I noticed is that it’s easy to turn on by accident. I tried to put it back in the box and the plastic holder pushed the button and turned the vibrator on. If you’re planning to travel with this, I would definitely take the batteries out!

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Bijoux Indiscrets Silver Mimi Pasties | $11.00
Even these pasties come in really lovely packaging! The rhinestones look high quality and based on online reviews these pasties are well made. I like that they are flat enough to go undetected under clothing, so if you’re saving it for a surprise or just want to wear it for fun, nobody needs to know. Even though these pasties are single use, the company suggests using eyelash adhesive if you want to reuse them. Since they’re so pretty and well constructed, I think that’s a good suggestion.

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Exsens Fresh Ginger Litchi Cooling Stimulation Gel | $16.00
This is an arousal gel that delivers “an intense cooling sensation”. The bottle is only 0.53 fl oz, but a little goes a long way. The formula is clear (yay for unstained sheets!) and doesn’t contain parabens, preservatives, or petroleum based ingredients. The scent is definitely a very floral lychee fragrance, which I love because I adore lychee scented anything. The gel is also flavored to taste like lychee, though it has a bit of a medicinal quality to it.

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Unbound Body Chain | $36.00
The picture on the left is mine, and the one on the right is from Unbound’s website. I kind of laughed when I pulled my body chain out of the little bag it came in, since as you can see in the photo I was pretty clueless about how it was meant to be worn/displayed. It was actually packed well and didn’t arrive tangled or anything, but since I’m unfamiliar with body chains I was pretty lost. Luckily after going online and seeing the picture, it was simple to figure out. The chain is available in two sizes and comes in either gold or silver. I received the regular fit in silver, and it fit me without a problem. For reference, I’m a size 4 in dresses and approximately 27″ waist size. The regular can fit up to 32″ waist and the curve can fit up to 36″ waist. I like how delicate it is when worn and think it could work as a jewelry item for summer. Body chains are really popular right now! I always see them at stores like Free People, so this definitely feels on trend.

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Unbound Drawstring Muslin Bag | $8.00
I like that this bag was included as a way to store all the items. It can easily fit all of the contents from this box with plenty of room to spare. I also enjoy the quote: “Too much of a good thing can be wonderful” by Mae West.

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Overall I thought it was a great box! The value is excellent, totaling $130. That’s exactly double the cost of the box. The curation is outstanding and incredibly thoughtful. Each item was high quality and useful; nothing felt like a filler. Nothing felt cheap and I didn’t feel apprehensive about trying it all. Unbound Box definitely felt like a very classy approach to a somewhat taboo (though it really shouldn’t be) subject matter.

I think the main benefit of this box that really stands out to me is the convenience and accessibility. I recently went shopping with some friends for another friend’s upcoming bachelorette party, and we had a less than pleasant experience with local shops. With the exception of one small boutique shop (which was quite pricey with a very limited selection), all the adult stores we found were in pretty sketchy areas. The stores felt really dated because of the tacky decor/dingy lighting, and gave off an unpleasant overall feel. The range of items can be quite overwhelming, and it’s hard to choose anything without going online to read more detailed reviews. Some of the packaging is shockingly useless. We found a vibrator that literally only said “Personal Massager. Made in China” on the packaging. If you don’t have something very specific in mind, it can be intimidating to say the least!  So I definitely know first hand how difficult it can be to shop for sex toys and other adult items in a physical store. Buying online is a wonderful resource and getting a small curated selection like this sent straight to your home is a great way to discover new products and explore without being overwhelmed.

Another great plus about this box is that the products chosen aren’t exclusively geared towards heterosexual couples. You can enjoy all the items irregardless of partner status and sexual orientation. If you dislike an item, Unbound offers free returns and I’ve heard nothing but great things about the customer service.

I can’t wait to see what the next box will bring! It feels like with each passing year the number of wedding invitations I receive increases exponentially, so I anticipate plenty of bachelorette parties on the horizon. Feeling quite relieved that I have a trusty (and sexy!) gift option!

Glossybox May 2016 Review

After the drama from last month’s Glossybox, I was really interested to see what kind of box we would all be receiving. Since I seem to always be one of the last people to receive my box, I get to see what everyone else got in their boxes and get an idea about the different variations that are sent out. I’m happy to report that I got the combination I wanted! Also, the variations didn’t have such a huge price difference this month, which is always a good sign.

Glossybox is $21 a month, or less with a 3 month, 6 month, or annual subscription. Each month you get 5 deluxe sized beauty samples, and sometimes they’ll send out full sized products as well. They aim to send high end brands, but in the past I’ve seen some lower price point items as well. If you’re interested in signing up but not in a rush, it might be worth waiting for a good deal to come around if you don’t want to pay full price. I certainly would not be shelling out the full $21/month for this subscription.

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Box looked more substantial this month! The sizes seemed a bit bigger than what the past couple months have been.

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RITUALS Cosmetics Shower Foam in Zensation | $3.75
Very pleased to see a RITUALS item in this box. I love this brand! It feels very luxurious yet is reasonably priced. I usually buy a few of the shower gels from Barney’s when they have the gift with purchase beauty events. This shower gel turns into a soft foamy texture when you use it, and is very gentle on the skin. It also smells absolutely divine! At $12 for the full size (which lasts forever, by the way), it’s a nice little treat that doesn’t break the bank. I’m glad to have a travel sized one now, thanks to Glossybox.

Glossybox May 2016 Review

Talika Photo-Hydra Day | $39.50
Yay for more French beauty items! I do enjoy discovering European brands through Glossybox and think that is currently their most interesting selling point. This is a lightweight gel moisturizer and I’m surprised by how much I like it. I usually don’t like gel moisturizers, but this one is so lightweight and works really well with my skin. My face feels moisturized and soft, but there wasn’t any shininess that I had to cover up with powder. I’m glad we got such a large bottle to play around with. If my skin doesn’t react poorly after this tube, I will probably purchase more.

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Estee Lauder Revitalizing Supreme Anti-Aging Creme | $8.50
This was the item I was hoping to get, so I was really happy when I saw this in my box! Usually my main issue with Estee Lauder products is the heavy fragrance used in many of the creams. This moisturizer has a light fragrance that I found quite refreshing, and it definitely gave my skin a great boost of moisture when I used it overnight.

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The cream has a thick texture and feels like it’s going to be heavy, but it actually absorbs really quickly and well. I would only use it as a night moisturizer though, since I think it would be hard to apply makeup on top of the moisturizer.

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Benefit Roller Lash | $8.00
As much as I like this mascara, I’m not excited about this sample at all. It feels similar to when we got a sample of Benefit’s POREfessional a couple months ago–I love the product, but the sample is so easy to obtain. Sephora gave these mini mascaras out for free when the product first went on the market, and I’ve gotten several of them within the past year. I just feels boring and old to get another roller lash mascara sample from a box that is supposed to be “luxe” and “full sized”. With all that being said, I do like this mascara. It doesn’t provide much volume for me, but it gives great curl and length. I like to layer it with my current favorite, Armani’s Eyes To Kill.

Glossybox May 2016 Review

NIOXIN System 3 Cleanser and Scalp Therapy Conditioner | $10.00
I’m a bit confused about these products, since it’s not entirely clear if this is meant for people who are currently worried about thinning hair but still have normal hair, or if it’s meant for people who are already dealing with thinning hair. Either way, I don’t think I really fall into either category. If anything, my hair is too thick! I was hoping it would maybe provide a lot of volume, since my hair is thick but tends to lie flat (or get really frizzy). Unfortunately, it doesn’t deliver any additional volume. The cleanser claims to “help remove follicle-clogging sebum, fatty acids and environmental residues from the scalp skin”, thus stimulating more hair growth in the future. Not sure how effective this is, but it’s just not a product I’m that interested in.


Glossybox May 2016 Review

Overall, it was a decent box. I found a moisturizer that I really like, and got travel sized versions of two products I already use. The value comes out to $69.75, which is more than triple the cost of the box.

My main issue with this subscription is the same thing I’ve been talking about for months now: it doesn’t feel exciting. Some of the products that Glossybox sends are items that have already been featured in boxes before, so there isn’t a sense of discovery. With so many other beauty subscription boxes out there, I feel like Glossybox can’t really claim to be a “luxury” box or a “full sized” box. Not a single item I got in my May box was full sized! Glossybox also sends out variations for their boxes but does not take your profile into account, so there’s no guarantee that you’ll be getting the products that match with your interests/lifestyle/skin tone. Everyone got the same shampoo and conditioner for thinning hair, even though that’s a vey specific concern. It just feels odd to send it to everyone!

The one thing I really do enjoy about Glossybox is the inclusion of international brands. It’s fun to get European products and I think they’re the only beauty box that consistently offers brands from Europe month after month. Despite that,  I don’t see myself resubscribing when my year is up. And definitely not for the full price.