My First Glossier Purchase

My First Glossier Purchase | Essential Twenty

Everyone has been raving about Glossier for a good year or two now, and whilst I’ve been dying to try it, there’s something about the shipping companies that scare me a little. I don’t want to be stuck with a £30 fee on a £10 order! But last week Glossier hit the UK and I think pretty much everyone on my twitter feed has picked something up. You’re probably sick of all the hauls, but this is just a little one – I promise!

The Benefit Gimme Brow is my hero brow product, but with it going up to £20 and choosing spokespeople I don’t agree with, I’m considering cutting the brand out of my collection. Sure, I won’t get rid of what I’ve already got but I’ll pass on buying new things. Costing 30% less than Gimme Brow and containing slightly more product, I’ve picked up the Glossier Boy Brow to give a go after hearing Anna rave about it for the longest time (you can read her other top Glossier picks in this post which I thoroughly enjoyed, and then ignored all advice because I am trying to save for a trip around Europe). Another positive is that it’s cruelty free which is something that Benefit can’t say about their products.

My First Glossier Purchase | Essential Twenty

The only other product I picked up is the Glossier Milky Jelly Cleanser. I’m a bit of a cleanser fiend at the moment, even if the rest of my skincare routine and gone down the drain, and I’ve heard a lot of great reviews about it. I don’t think I plan to use this as a deep cleansing product, but more of a face wash. Sure £15 is a pricier face wash, but if it does the trick then I’m on board. This product can be used either wet or dry, so I’ll definitely be testing out both methods before hitting you with a full review in a month or two.

Glossier offer free UK delivery over £25 (or £4 delivery under), and you can get 10% off your first Glossier order through this link. Only taking a few days to arrive I was very impressed with the Glossier service, and the products don’t worth out that much more expensive in the UK than they do in the US. Go on, treat yourself!

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