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16.9.14

Latest In Beauty Launches The 'Glamour Beauty Power List 2014'

If there's one beauty box I always get excited about, it's the Glamour edits of Latest In Beauty - they simply never disappoint. Always including a selection of products handpicked by Glamour's Beauty Editor for their performance and must-have appeal, there's a combination of high street and premium that no other box can compete with. This latest collaboration is no exception, providing seven products that even I'm excited to try - which is no mean feat. For £15.99 you can grab this little box of goodies for yourself, which even includes a free subscription to the iPad or iPhone edition to Glamour Magazine for a whole year (which alone is worth £15.99.) Here's my lowdown of what Glamour's 'Power List' includes this Autumn and why you need them all...


Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser
The first cleansing product that really taught me how to wash my face, this needs no introduction. The creamy formula is award-winning and cult-like, providing a super clean finish without stripping skin. There's even a muslin cloth included to ensure you buff away dead skin cells and leave your complexion glowing.

Eyeko Eye Makeup Remover Wipes
Although I'm never a fan of wipes (if it's too easy it's not working properly,) preferring to use a bi-phase makeup remover to ensure every trace of mascara has vanished, this handy pack is great for weekends away or hand-luggage. There's no faffing and the formula has been designed to specifically remove Eyeko mascaras.

Philip Kingsley Daily Damage Defence
Described as an 'everyday Elasticizer', this is a daily-use spray designed to help protect against heat and environmental damage. To be honest I've never understood the hype behind this brand, but it's a handy product to have and a good introduction into the range.

Laura Mercier Foundation Primer
A great primer is a makeup essential and this gel base really helps to fix your foundation and create a flawless finish. If you're not familiar with the benefits primers can bring, then this is a luxurious way to get started and start integrating one into your routine - plus it's worth £18.50!

James Read Sleep Mask Tan
Tan your face while you sleep and wake up with a subtle golden glow? Genius. I've tried a few James Read products and they're always pleasant to use, injecting goodness into skin whilst simultaneously adding a natural tint to skin. There's no orange tide marks to be seen.

Bourjois 1 Seconde Volume Mascara

Their newest mascara launch, this includes a unique brush with spherical bristles to help wrap individual lashes and ensure some serious volume. It also contains straight bristles to create a clump-free finish, giving you the best of both worlds.

Maybelline Color Sensational Lipstick
The 'Stripped Nudes' collection is right on trend for Autumn, providing a wearable everyday look that complements a dark smokey eye. These lipsticks include precious oils to provide a smooth application and  feel comfortable on the skin when re-applied. Although the case isn't the most practical, these are great budget buys that are a fab addition to your colour repertoire.

Grab the box while it's still available for only £15.99 - an incredible price for so many (full size) products, and even a magazine subscription thrown in for good measure. What do you think of the latest beauty box collaboration?


The 'Glamour Beauty Power List 2014' is available online while stocks last, priced £15.99.
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11 comments

  1. This does seem like a really great value for money beauty box! I haven't taken the plunge yet but with each post I see on this, I am pushed closer and closer to the edge - I think I may have to just buy it and be done with it :) xx

    Brenda BusyBee

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  2. I’m so tempted, but I can’t! Trying to be good this month, but something is telling me this box is not one to miss!

    www.britishbeautyaddict.com

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  3. Looks amazing! I'm getting more and more annoyed with Glossybox's tiny product samples so full-size products would be such a nice change!

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  4. You convinced me- I just bought i!.... In an ideal world it would contain more make up samples, but it's pretty great anyway although I wonder how much benefit they get from including the Liz Earle cleanse and polish- I feel like everyone must have already tried it.

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  5. I saw another blog post on this a little while ago and ordered it on the spot! It's coming tomorrow and I'm even more excited now. I would never subscribe to those monthly beauty boxes that seemed to be a thing for a while but this one looks great and excellent value considering I wanted to try the Laura Mercier Foundation Primer and the whole thing costs less that that alone.

    Jade x http://www.whatwouldjadedo.com/

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  6. Trying to be good too. Saving for Xmas shopping with my bestie In London. Love James read sleep mask & Phillip Kingsley Elasticizer. XX

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  7. This all looks amazing. So many products in there I want to try. Such great value for money.

    www.misslinnyo.blogspot.com

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  8. This box is such good value!

    Stephanie
    http://missstephanieusher.blogspot.co.uk/
    http://www.bloglovin.com/blog/3436251
    xxxx

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  9. I like the look of stripped nudes, I'll definitely be checking them out.

    I always intend to buy a nude lipstick, but when they're all just mixed in with more interesting colours, I get distracted. And I just find nudes so boring, that I convince myself that a pinky-purple-dusky-rose is totally a nude, even though no human has lips that colour naturally and then I feel self-conscious wearing it to work.

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  10. Love that Maybelline lipstick!

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  11. Trying so hard to resist as I have a gigantic stash that needs using.

    Unless I buy it for the Subscription and the box is free? Then it's spending on magazines which I am not on a self imposed ban for :)

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