Inside the June Birchbox

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I said last month that the May box really impressed me, but now June has blown me away all over again. I don't usually blog about these boxes every month, only if they really do interest me. Inside the June Birchbox*, there are a few brands I have been wanting to try for a while now, including a favourite of mine.

So of course it's the World Cup and this months box was based around that, see the cute little key chain which was promptly passed onto a younger member of my family. They've filled the box with some of the best beauty products from across the globe, representing the different countries in the World Cup.

First up the Embryolisse Lait-Creme Concentre, which is a staple in many make-up artists around the globe. It's a cult French moisturiser which soothes the skin and it's perfect for all skin types. I've wanted to try this for a while but didn't want to fully commit to the full size in case I didn't like it, so it will be perfect to try it out. Next up is a Shea Butter Hair Mask from Silk & Honey, a brand I'm not too familiar with. Using it as a deep conditioner, I left it on for around 15 minutes before washing it out and it left my hair feeling nourished and soft. I'm not sure if it beats my usual hair masks so lemme get back to you on that. OPI is a nail brand I have known for a years and use many of their polishes, included in the box there is a miniature of their Brazil Collection. I received a shimmery pink purple shade which isn't my usual shade so I passed that onto my mum, but I would always recommend OPI nail polishes. The famous Beauty Blender and Blender Cleanser Solid came in a little duo, which I was most excited about. I had been wanting to try the beauty blender for a while now and after one use, I'm hooked. Last but not least, a miniature of the Caudalie Divine Oil! I love this oil so much, I'm nearly finished the full size of it so it's handy to have this there waiting.

Luce x