The Glossier Skincare Quiz

Following on from The Ordinary Quiz, it made sense to introduce the Glossier skincare quiz. It’s a brand that’s equally famous and has a range of products which can be difficult to choose from.

The way these quizzes work is simple. All you have to do is answer a few simple questions about your skin and our state of the art quiz (sense the sarcasm) will give you Glossier options, which suit your needs.

All that’s left to do on this post is take the quiz. So, here we go!

(BTW this is just skincare, if you want me to make make-up, haircare then let me know).

Glossier skincare quiz




Did you see how simple it was to figure out what you actually need to buy? And I mean actually need based on your skincare concerns. Not what I’m using, not what your favourite influencer tells you to buy.

It’s what your skin actually wants you to give it right now!

Three easy questions have helped determine what you need in your skincare routine, I hope this helped. If you go on to buy anything, let me know when you see improvements.

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