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Wednesday, August 10, 2016
NailBox July 2016 Review

You always hear of beauty subscription boxes which I did use to sign up to but then stopped as I kept receiving sample products I wasn't using. You can now get a Nail Subscription Box with NailBox a UK based company. I am obsessed with doing my own nails so this sounded perfect. I got sent the July NailBox and I am over the moon. 


NailBox have so many amazing brands on board including Elegant Touch, Orly,China Glaze, Nails Inc and more! Each box has a theme and the July Theme was Paradise. I am really impressed that they have some of the most well known and most popular brands as you find with some beauty boxes they have alot of not well known brands. In the July NailBox I received three nail polishes and two other items. 

The Polishes

The first shade is from True Brit London and I got the shade "The Summer House" which is a lovely brown nude. I love the packaging of this polish, the box is gold and just stunning. I also received a Nails Inc polish in the shade "Soho Place" and it is a turquoise mint shade, it is one of their Gel Effect Polishes and it is so pretty. It has such a glossy effect. The last shade I received was the Angelica Polish in "Snow White", this is a brand I haven't heard of before but what impressed me most is you only need one coat of this shade. 


True Brit London The Summer House Polish, Angelica Snow White Polish, Nails Inc Soho Place Polish

My favourite product from the box is the Nailberry Coconut Nail Balm, it has a strong scent of coconut which I love. I hate products when they say it is scented but you can barely smell it. This balm comes in so handy every time I do my nails especially when I do my own gel nails at home and file them alot so I love using this balm on my cuticles. You also get a set of toe seperaters which I was so happy to receive as it is something I always need but forget to buy.

I am really impressed with the products in the Nailbox July box. I do have one criticism and it isn't anything to do with the products. It is the subscription box packaging. It comes in a plain brown cardboard box with Nailbox in black writing, it is very plain and boring like you would get when you place an order anywhere. It would be better if the box had a pattern on or there was another box inside more jazzed up as I have had similar from other brands. 

The contents of this box retail for nearly £50 and you can subscribe to the NailBox for £15 or less per month. 




*This post includes PR Samples, NOTE all views are my own and my honest opinion. If I don't like a product or have any negative views I will put them on my blog.
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