Glossybox launch their sell-out Easter beauty egg - worth £80

Another reason to look forward to Easter

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Beauty isn't naturally associated with Easter, but if you'd rather swap your chocolate treat with the best foundation or best eye creams then prepare to get excited about Glossybox's limited edition beauty egg.

Last year's beauty egg sold out in five minutes after its launch - and we're sure this year's offering will have the same reaction.

The pink speckled egg, with a bow on top, has 10 beauty products inside, and while it's worth £80 customers could get it for only £20. 

Beauty egg

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The beauty egg by Glossybox will go on sale on 26th March at 9am for subscribers and 12pm for non-subscribers - while those who are subscribers will pay just £20 and non-subscribers will get it for £25.

Its 10 products cover everything from fake tan, to serums and lipsticks, while there are also some big names in the egg too - including Laura Mercier, St Tropez and Nars.

The brand has also revealed that 50 special eggs will contain a golden ticket inside and the 50 lucky winners will be gifted a Pandora prize worth £100, as well as £50 to spend on Lookfantastic. How very Willy Wonka of them!

The beauty products all come in either full or deluxe size and include St Tropez Self Tan Express Bronzing Mousse and mitt, NARS Laguna Bronzing Powder, Laura Mercier Rouge Essential Rouge Ultime Lipstick, Wander Beauty Mini Scenic Route Hair Treatment, and five other products.

When Glossybox showcased the egg on their Instagram fans were excited, with around 12,000 people viewing the post and one even said: "I loved this last year. Defo ordering."

Other brands have also released their own versions of beauty eggs - including Lookfantastic's beauty egg, which is worth £230 - and out tomorrow. Beauty brand L'Occitane also has two eggs including their cherry blossom beauty Easter egg, with shower gel, body lotion and hand cream, while Lush's version includes body butter and one of its famous bath bombs.

Sarah Finley

Sarah is a freelance journalist - writing about the royals and celebrities for Woman & Home, fitness and beauty for the Evening Standard and how the world of work has changed due to the pandemic for the BBC. 


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