Tuesday, 4 August 2015

July Nailbox Review

Hey everyone! Today I have a review of the July Nailbox* to show you. Unfortunately I received it only a couple of days before they shipped for the month so it's no longer available, but you can subscribe to receive August's Nailbox here. July's box has a tropical theme and it contained: OPI Kiss Me I'm Brazilian, Barry M Need For Speed, China Glaze White On White, Elegant Touch Cuticle Eliminator, MoYou London Tropical Plate 12, and the MoYou London Rectangular stamp and scraper which came in a neat little pouch. There was a great selection of colours and plenty of opportunities for nail art. You might know that I don't actually tend to do stamping as I usually miserably fail at it. In fact I've never posted any stamping nail art on my blog I don't think. However, this stamper was much much easier to use (it's a lot stickier than usual) and somehow I actually managed to create something that could be passed for stamping and is worthy of putting on my blog! So I present to you... my first official stamping manicure!

If you don't know what Nailbox is, they're a monthly subscription service based in the UK. Each box contains a section of nail polishes and nail products, and they're always from top end brands like OPI, China Glaze, Essie, Barry M etc. You can subscribe on a monthly basis, or on a 6 or 12 month basis. To find out more about the plans check out their subscription page here

I started off by using Elegant Touch - Cuticle Eliminator to clean up my nails. Then I used a base of China Glaze - White on White on my thumb, pinkie and pointer fingers, and a base of OPI Kiss Me I'm Brazilian on my middle and ring fingers. I then stamped Barry M - Need for Speed onto the white nails, and China Glaze - White on White onto the pink nails. It was a lot easier to stamp with the white and I wish I'd had the purple and pink as my bases and stamped with the white but I didn't plan ahead far enough clearly! My naivety of stamping shows haha. Then I finished it off with a coat of Seche Vite (from June's Nailbox).

What do you think? Let me know in the comments!
If you're interested, don't forget to look up their subscriptions here.


  1. Lovely design! Great use of the stampers/stamping plates :) Getting more and more tempted by the nailbox...


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  2. This is such a gorgeous design and the colours work so well together!


  3. I'd love to see Nailbox in the US! I haven't seen any other beauty box that is a) devoted to nail products AND b) coordinates the items so well that they're basically sending a nail look in a box!

    Could you add a photo of the stamper itself? I just started stamping and the stamper I bought isn't working for me. I want to order a MoYou London stamper next time they offer free worldwide shipping. It sounds like the one you used here might be a good one for me to try!

  4. Love it! ùthis was a wonderful nail box!

  5. Love it! ùthis was a wonderful nail box!


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