Good Afternoon lovelies, I hope you all had a really nice weekend relaxing and enjoying yourselves. For today I have another Meebox unboxing to share with you, this was last months box and the theme was Birds of Paradise.
The Bird of Paradise box was packed with plenty of goodies to play with for Summer, all of the products are from UK brands and worked really well with the theme of the box.
This stunning polish from UK indie brand Wikkid polish caught my eye straight away, it is a multi-chrome that shifts from green to purple to blue. The shift on this was really strong in the bottle as well as on the nails. It took 3 coats to be fully opaque or you can do 1 coat over a black base. The formula was on the sheer side but that is to be expected with multi-chromes, it wasn't pooling or difficult to handle. This can be purchased from the Wikkid Polish website for £6.
We were treated with 3 products from Moyou London this month, this polish is called After the Storm it is for stamping but can also be used as a base colour too. It is a light grey creme that was really nice to apply, fully opaque in 1-2 coats and will be a lovely colour to wear as the weather gets colder. This is available from the Moyou London website for £5.99.
The last polish in the box is from A-England, this is Rose Bower a cherry tomato red with a scattered holographic shimmer. This was so lovely to apply and was nearly opaque in just 1 coat, I did use 2 for my swatches just to deepen that colour. Another amazingly beautiful polish from A-England, definitely my favourite from the box. This can be purchased from the A-England website for £11.
As well as these lovely polishes we were treated to three nail art items.
One of the extra items included in the box is this corrector liquid from Leighton Denny, this is a 12ml bottle of polish remover that can be used when cleaning up your nails. It comes with a brush for precise clean up. This can be purchased from Leighton Denny's website for £12.
We were given a stamper and scraper set, as well as a stamping plate from their Tropical collection. This plate is number 06, it is filled with plenty of tropical bird images and leaf designs. The stamper and the plate work really well, no need to buff the stamper and the plate picked up first try. Both items are available from Moyou London for £2.99 and £5.99.
Overall I really liked this box, there were plenty of goodies to play with and the polishes were very pretty. The total value was £43.97 and considering I paid £20 that is a huge bargain! I felt they did a fantastic job with the theme and it really worked for Summer too.
What do you think of this box? Which item would have been your favourite? Let me know down in the comments.
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I have decided to carry on my subscription as this box definitely made up for the last few, looking forward to seeing what August's box will have now.
Have a lovely day and I will chat to you all again soon my lovelies.