GlossyBox Announce Black Friday Beauty Box Worth £115 For £15

Updated: This offer is currently SOLD OUT but other calendar are available and GlossyBox will be doing more Black Friday deals. Sign up here to stay up to date with them.

On the 27th November the annual post Thanksgiving sale that is Black Friday will take place and this year, GlossyBox, is coming in hot by giving us the gift of 10 products worth £115 for only £15.

Everything inside the box comes to a total of £115 but subscribers of the monthly beauty service will get the Black Friday Limited Edition for only £15 including P&P, and for non- subscribers it will retail at £20 including P&P.

Inside the box:

Invisibobble Original Hair Tie Crystal Clear – worth £1.66 (Full-Size)

Bang Beauty Warm Neutral Eyeshadow Palette – worth £35 (Full-Size)

Bodyography Pro Makeup Brush Cleanser – worth £5.50 (Deluxe Size)

NUDESTIX Cream Lip & Cheek Pencil  – worth £20 (Full-Size)

Luxie 524 Small Duo Fibre Brush – worth £20 (Full-Size)

Tony Moly I’m Acerola Mask Sheet – worth £5 (Full-Size)

Pitt Balm Grapefruit Organic Deodorant – worth £4.99 (Full-Size)

Novex Coconut Oil – Deep Hair Mask – worth £2.17 (Deluxe Size)

Barry M False Lashes – worth £4.99 (Full-Size)

Customers can subscribe to Glossybox here, on a pay monthly contract from just £11.75 a month with free postage or three, six and 12-month upfront payment options are available with monthly savings too. 

The best perk when you subscribe to Glossybox? Well, Glossybox subscribers collect Glossy Credits every month to spend at LookFantastic and, have access to the Glossy Lounge which is full of exclusive offers from amazing brands every month. Free expert beauty advice, exclusive offers, competitions, freebies and a monthly Facebook Live (which sees over 100,000 views a month) are also part of the package.

So, even if you don’t pick up the calendar this time, GlossyBox is a great way for beauty lovers to stay up-to-date with the latest products for a fraction of the price!

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