Jump to content
Kristen Michelle Flaherty

Glossybox November *Spoilers*

Recommended Posts

I just got an email to resubscribe with a spoiler of Lycopene Skin Care's Crema Rinnovante.

http://lycopeneskincare.com/products/lycopene-crema-rinnovante-the-ultimate-skincream

It seems like the Orogold thing to me for some reason and I'm actually contemplating using my glossydots on this one. I'm not sure I want to take that leap. Maybe I'm wrong and someone can educate me on it?post-120317-0-23660700-1478016874.jpg

  • Like 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

mazon

 

ycopene Crema Rinnovante - Imported From Italy 
 

 

 

 

 
 
  • 517FQQWCASL._SS40_.jpg
  • 51fqDu0ACPL._SS40_.jpg
  • 51xE55PT1jL._SS40_.jpg
  • 515DIvxU3fL._SS40_.jpg
 
 
  • 81VKYnV4tNL._SX522_.jpg
    
 
 
 
About the Product
  • The Face Cream used and recommended by European Faskin Models
  • 100% Natural Botanical Lycopene not and chemical produced lycopene as all other creams use
  • Acmella Oleracea + 19 Natural Botanicals to Visibly Reduce Wrinkles, nurture and protect your skin
  • 100% Guarantee ONLY from Fine Art Photos - Produced in Small Batches to Maintain Freshness
  • Mt Sinai School of Medicine has endorsed Lycopene as the "King of Antioxidants".

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I got my box, it's a different variation from one of the MSA spoiler's: http://www.mysubscriptionaddiction.com/2016/11/glossybox-november-2016-full-spoilers-50-coupon.html#respond

 

That box included:

Lycopene Skin Care Crema Rinnovante
Beautiful Nutrition Shampoo
Palmetto Derma Rejuvenating Antioxidant Mask 
Gerard Cosmetics Hydra Matte Liquid Lipstick
De Bruyere Beaute Jumbo Eye Pencil
 
Here is my box:
post-93138-0-96692000-1478814070_thumb.jpg
 
I got Crush by Rihanna Eau De Parfume rollerball (valued at $20) instead of the liquid lipstick and Psssst! dry shampoo (valued at $2.33) instead of the Beautiful Nutrition Shampoo.
 
My box value is: $96.38 if the cream is the same size as on their website and the info booklet inside.
 
Here's a sneak peek of the December box:
 

post-93138-0-05877200-1478814857_thumb.jpg

Edited by Bizgirlva
  • Like 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Here's minepost-82751-0-73543000-1479321710_thumb.jpg....the gold wand is a very pretty neutral lip pencil

Edited by cskeiser
  • Like 2

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

The Lypocene I got is nearly empty and I still get really strong Orogold vibes, especially with it in my hands. I got the eye pencil in a purpley-taupe shade that's pretty but I rarely use cream shadows/pencils. The Borghese Fango exfoliator might be getting tossed because I get strong tea tree/patchouli scents from it which gives me migraines. The Pssst dry shampoo will be used, but it definitely has a white cast. The little face mask, I might not use because the way the tube makes it sound is bad for sensitive skin. 

  • Like 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

The Lypocene I got is nearly empty and I still get really strong Orogold vibes, especially with it in my hands. I got the eye pencil in a purpley-taupe shade that's pretty but I rarely use cream shadows/pencils. The Borghese Fango exfoliator might be getting tossed because I get strong tea tree/patchouli scents from it which gives me migraines. The Pssst dry shampoo will be used, but it definitely has a white cast. The little face mask, I might not use because the way the tube makes it sound is bad for sensitive skin. 

My Lycopene was also half empty, but my mom said hers was full. I do like the container, though.  My Palmetto Derma mask was missing.  I sent Glossybox a message a couple of days ago and have yet to hear back from them.  The lip pencil was pretty, but I generally only use clear lip liner.  The eyeshadow was okay.  I got a teeny Beautiful Nutrition shampoo sample that is okay, but I'll only get a couple of uses from it.  Not a good month.  I used to love Glossybox, but they've really gone downhill this year!  The December box is usually fabulous, so I'm hoping it'll be good.

  • Like 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now

  • NARS Cosmetics Shop Cargo Cosmetics Today!


  • Recent images in this topic

  • Posts

    • Wow, so much I missed during my No Buy Year! I see Sephora has a new bag called Play! Smarts. Instead of a random set of samples, customers are given products around a particular theme. Also, an online class is provided. It just feels so organized, and maybe a way for me to actually use things from a box instead of letting them pile up. I wish I would have gotten the skin care bag for women over 50! Now on the site I see they had a complexion makeup bag, but it's out of stock. 😶 Does anyone know how often these come out? Makeup overwhelms me, so it would be good to practice on one area at a time. This speaks to me on many levels. I've actually never tried the regular Play! box. I got one of the luxe bags and really liked it. They had Peter Thomas Roth Hungarian Thermal Water Cream in the recent Play! Smarts box. I'm going to be looking out for the next one. Update: the classes can be seen on Sephora's YouTube channel. History of boxes so far: June 2018 - Glitter Eyes for Real Life - the inaugural box.  August 2018 - Superfoods Feed Your Face  September 2018 - Skincare by Age 30s, 40s, 50s.  October 2018 - K-Beauty: Skin Innovation October 2018 - Superfoods: Inner and Outer Beauty  November 2018 - Complexion Your Way: Dewey and Matte It should be time for a new one, no? Maybe it was test marketing for last year.  I recall when looking through magazines from the 1970s there was a mail order beauty club called The Butterfly Club. They would send a shipment for eye makeup the first time, lip makeup the next time, etc., so you could make yourself over little by little. I loved the ad. I have been unable to find the ad online. Anybody remember? I believe it was like Cosmetique Club.  I liked Birchbox Beta from 2017, where they sent kits based on a specific area. I got overwhelmed with all the choices they had, though. Could never decide which one to get, or should I get the regular box, or the curated box. 
    • I have a Pinterest board where I collect vintage cosmetic advertisements, mostly from the 1960's and 1970's. I love them! Here you can find vintage beauty boxes, like World of Beauty Club, and Harper's Bazaar Beauty Box, with illustrations by Andy Warhol. There are vintage celebrity makeup lines, like Zsa Zsa, and wonderful ad campaigns like Olivia Hussey for Yardley, during the time she played in Romeo and Juliet. Also boards that will take you on a shopping time machine to great stores of the past like Woolworth's (I've got the makeup and lunch counter covered) and Biba! I even have Alice Cooper's Mascara line! https://www.pinterest.com/beautyclub6080/
    • This Foundation is on a whole new level of full coverage. What is your go to foundation??   
    • Y'all check this out! I have put a product dupe/copy cat to the test! Make sure that you click on the link to go to YouTube and Subscribe to my channel! The product tested in this video is an exact copy cat of the Huda Beauty New Nudes palette. Make sure that you subscribe to my channel in order to see more videos like this and be notified when I upload a new video. The product information is linked under the video on YouTube

About MakeupTalk®

© 2003-2018 MakeupTalk.com®, an active online community and message board geared towards members wanting to discuss everything to do with makeup, cosmetics, product reviews, monthly subscription boxes and general beauty related topics. Our community provides product reviews, makeup and general beauty tips. Our most popular topics are subscription boxes and their monthly spoilers. Join our community for free to take part in the conversations and share your own beauty tips and product reviews with others. We look forward to seeing you online here at Makeuptalk®!

MakeupTalk® Facebook

×