GlossyBox ~ December

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 My December GlossyBox has arrived! I may have ruined the surprise with the spoilers I posted recently here and here, but I was still excited because there were some ‘either-or’ items.

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As usual, their packaging is superb, all wrapped up in a reusable gift box and wrapped tight with a ribbon and GlossyBox sticker.

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I like that they include an information booklet as well, which lists the brands, colors and approximate pricing for all of the items you get.

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 First we have Nails Inc. London Polish in Victoria, which everyone received. This beautiful, dark cherry red/burgundy shade is PERFECT for winter.

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Next is a deluxe-sample sized Naobay Oxygenating & Moisturizing Cream. These is more of a nourishing cream than one to make your hands/body smell nice, and is a good size for a purse or overnight bag.

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I’m actually pretty excited about this next product. because it is HUGE. This Anatomicals “You Need a Blooming Shower” in the scent “Your Nose Smells Rose” is a bath gel and body cleanser. It has a nice rose fragrance and looks like it’ll last a while.

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Next we have a deluxe-sample Michael Todd Pumpkin Nutrient Mask! I’ve actually used Michael Todd products before and love them, and recommend them to others. Only downside is that they can be a bit pricey $$$.

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Finally, we have this Punker Liquid Eyeliner/Eyeliner Marker.  I’m almost always happy with eyeliners so this is a thumbs up for me!

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Here’s the entire set of items! You can see the size of the body wash much better too! All in all, I’m pretty happy with the December GlossyBox. Although I have a few nail polish colors similar to Victoria, I’ll still use it, and I’m definitely pumped about the Michael Todd Mask, Punker Eyeliner and Anatomicals Bodywash!

What did you think of this month’s box? Sign up here and you can get on the list for the January box!

xo, Kenzie

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