Thursday, July 2, 2015
High Shine Club
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I am excited to share with a review package that I received in the mail today. This is a subscription service from High Shine Club. High Shine Club is a monthly subscription of nail polish trends. The High Shine Team will find the hottest trends make sure you have a fantastic box. There are two box levels 15/box or 25/box. Depending on the box you choose will determined the quality of the nail polish.
Each box will have a nail polish and up to 3 samples in your box. When you register for your box for the first time it does say you will earn a bonus gift.
In my box I received a Londtown nail polish in Royal Baby Blue. I researched this nail polish and retails for about 16 dollars. I really enjoyed this color. I also received a little bottle of oil, two package of nail polish remover, cuticle stick.
Overall I enjoyed the subscription box. I did the research and I did get my money's worth. I do love the nail polish color. I really like the Royal Baby Blue. This would be a fun on the go kit. This would also be a great birthday gift for a special loved one. You can find their subscription service below
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