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Glossybox - October 2012


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#1 JessP

JessP

Posted 25 September 2012 - 08:07 PM

Just saw this on Facebook (yay for a hint!) - I wonder what products they'll include for a "spa at home" theme?

 

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GlossyBox.com
 
The seasons have changed and now it's time to refresh, recharge and relax - You have earned it! Enjoy the feel of Spa in the comfort of your home. Order now >> http://bit.ly/RV7DGk

 

 

 



#2 yousoldtheworld

yousoldtheworld
  • LocationNowhere, IN

Posted 26 September 2012 - 04:13 AM

I bet some kind of face mask? And maybe a foot scrub. A rich moisturizer? Something soothing for the eyes? A bath soak?



#3 JessP

JessP

Posted 26 September 2012 - 07:31 PM

Any of those things sound lovely! I'd like to try a face mask and/or a bath soak.



#4 soccerkidtlk

soccerkidtlk

Posted 26 September 2012 - 08:00 PM

I'm hoping for some great products again in October. I was REALLY impressed with my glossybox this month. The past 2 months have left me kind of blah with make up colors I would never use (brown lipstick on a 21 year old... no thank you) I hope they have some awesome sized products in October.



#5 arendish

arendish

Posted 26 September 2012 - 11:26 PM

I would be super happy with any bath products. I'm kind of burnt out on skin care from all of these sub boxes. Maybe a nice bubble bath and lotion or some kind of scrub. :)



#6 xoxoJannet

xoxoJannet

Posted 27 September 2012 - 06:54 AM

I saw that! At least we know the theme. I wonder what surprises await us this upcoming month! (Even though my September box have yet to arrive...)



#7 Playedinloops

Playedinloops

Posted 27 September 2012 - 12:10 PM

I'd care about this IF I had received the September box I paid for..but as far as I'm concerned glossybox can suck it.



#8 JessP

JessP

Posted 27 September 2012 - 06:06 PM

Originally Posted by Playedinloops View Post

I'd care about this IF I had received the September box I paid for..but as far as I'm concerned glossybox can suck it.

Ugh, that sucks.. Have you been able to get ahold of CS yet?



#9 Playedinloops

Playedinloops

Posted 27 September 2012 - 06:41 PM

Originally Posted by JessP View Post

Ugh, that sucks.. Have you been able to get ahold of CS yet?

Nope, I've emailed twice, asked on twitter and I was just told to email there, when I said I'd already emailed they told me they'll answer me soon. I just want my money back at this point.



#10 Dalisay

Dalisay

Posted 27 September 2012 - 07:10 PM

Originally Posted by Playedinloops View Post

Nope, I've emailed twice, asked on twitter and I was just told to email there, when I said I'd already emailed they told me they'll answer me soon. I just want my money back at this point.

Give them a call. They never answered my emails. I finally got problem fixed when I called.



#11 tameloy

tameloy

Posted 28 September 2012 - 02:52 PM

Maybe we are getting cotton rounds and turbie twists...? ;)



#12 Eleda

Eleda

Posted 29 September 2012 - 06:21 AM

I'd be happy to receive a candle and a hand cream (I need a ton of them, never enough) ;-)



#13 yousoldtheworld

yousoldtheworld
  • LocationNowhere, IN

Posted 29 September 2012 - 07:05 AM

Originally Posted by Eleda View Post

I'd be happy to receive a candle and a hand cream (I need a ton of them, never enough) ;-)

 

I'd be happy with a hand cream too! I'd be surprised if we got a candle, since GB so far hasn't really done the "lifestyle" item thing, but if we did get one, I would not complain!

 

I'd also love anything that smells like vanilla...



#14 jannie135

jannie135

Posted 29 September 2012 - 04:37 PM

Originally Posted by tameloy View Post

Maybe we are getting cotton rounds and turbie twists...? ;)

 

 

Turbie twist? Is that something to tie your wet hair up?? BECAUSE I WOULD LOVE SOMETHING LIKE THAT!!!! :D



#15 tofnl

tofnl

Posted 30 September 2012 - 03:25 PM

Hopefully its something good, I havent been upset with anything they have sent me yet so I guess we will see next month
 



#16 MyriadVoices

MyriadVoices

Posted 01 October 2012 - 02:03 AM

Originally Posted by jannie135 View Post

 

 

Turbie twist? Is that something to tie your wet hair up?? BECAUSE I WOULD LOVE SOMETHING LIKE THAT!!!! :D


http://turbietwist.com/

 

:)

 

I was actually given two turbie twists for Christmas years ago. I don't use them every day, but I really like them for traveling! I usually use two towels when I shower -- one for wrapping up my wet hair, and one for my face/body. (I used to be really high maintenance and use a separate one for face, too!) It's small, too, not like a whole giant towel, so it fits easily into a suitcase or bag.

 

When we're in a hotel or at someone else's house for the night, it's nice to not have to ask for extra towels. I can use my turbie twist for my hair and just one towel (like a normal person apparently haha), but I still feel happy to have my hair up separately. It's pretty absorbent, too, and even better, it feels a lot lighter on my head (and pulls my hair less) than a big old bath towel. I have thin, longish hair; I bet those ladies blessed with thicker, longer hair would find the twist isn't big enough.



#17 jannie135

jannie135

Posted 01 October 2012 - 03:41 AM

Originally Posted by MyriadVoices View Post


http://turbietwist.com/

 

:)

 

I was actually given two turbie twists for Christmas years ago. I don't use them every day, but I really like them for traveling! I usually use two towels when I shower -- one for wrapping up my wet hair, and one for my face/body. (I used to be really high maintenance and use a separate one for face, too!) It's small, too, not like a whole giant towel, so it fits easily into a suitcase or bag.

 

When we're in a hotel or at someone else's house for the night, it's nice to not have to ask for extra towels. I can use my turbie twist for my hair and just one towel (like a normal person apparently haha), but I still feel happy to have my hair up separately. It's pretty absorbent, too, and even better, it feels a lot lighter on my head (and pulls my hair less) than a big old bath towel. I have thin, longish hair; I bet those ladies blessed with thicker, longer hair would find the twist isn't big enough.


Omigod the site just scared the buhjeezus out of me... (turn your volume down...).

The turbie twist looks a bit... small? Lol My hair goes half way down my back when it's dry... I have really weird crazy curly hair that's also pretty thick... it's not that much of a blessing. It's frizzy and dry and hard to control!



#18 MyriadVoices

MyriadVoices

Posted 01 October 2012 - 05:21 AM

Originally Posted by jannie135 View Post


Omigod the site just scared the buhjeezus out of me... (turn your volume down...).

The turbie twist looks a bit... small? Lol My hair goes half way down my back when it's dry... I have really weird crazy curly hair that's also pretty thick... it's not that much of a blessing. It's frizzy and dry and hard to control!

 

Sorry she scared you! The website is SUPER annoying, isn't it? I should have warned you!

 

The twist has a "pocket" in the end where you're supposed to be able to collect the long ends before twisting... I used to have hair to the middle of my back and I found it worked well, but again, my hair is really thin. It does help my hair dry a bit faster; since I live in a very humid climate, that is certainly a benefit! :)



#19 tofnl

tofnl

Posted 01 October 2012 - 04:32 PM

I used a turbie twist when I was on a cruise a couple of months ago and it was great, I have long hair (mid-lower back) which is kind of thick and as long as I make sure I get all of it in the pocket it works fine. It takes up less space and really easy to wear when you are getting things together since its so light.



#20 LyndaV

LyndaV

Posted 01 October 2012 - 08:21 PM

I have long, very thick hair and I have no problem getting all in my Turbie.   Love it, it the best towel for your hair because it is microfiber so it absorbs moisture from your hair very quickly.






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