That moment when you’re pretty sure it’s NOT the wisest thing to do, but you do it anyway just so you can find out for yourself (that it is, indeed, not wise).
That sums up my Glamourbox Experience.
I used a lot of my EQ-credits in keeping myself from getting the BDJ and Salad Boxes only to get suckered into a Glamourbox subscription. Gah.
After 2 boxes however, I cancelled the subscription.
It’s not because I got crappy boxes. I actually got good stuff — and if I compute for the total cost of the products I received as they are sold on the market, I know I got waaay more than what I paid for. The products came from reputable brands too (e.g., Kanebo, Skin Food, Neutrogena, VMV, Obagi, Shiseido, Benefit, etc.)
Not taking into consideration meeting every subscriber’s needs in needle point precision, I’d say there’s not one lame item in the boxes.
Getting a glamourbox is much like getting a pool of holiday gifts and not finding anything that you’re absolutely sure is trash can material.
But, like holiday gifts, you’ll eventually notice that you are actually only using a fourth of the stuff you received — despite your initial assessment of finding everything wooooaaaahhhhh-this-is-awesome-I’m-definitely-gonna-use-this.