27 June 2015

My Little French Riviera Box




Ok so I'll admit to begin with that this months offering from French subscription box heroes My Little Box isn't exactly my most exciting new delivery. That honour goes to my shiny new laptop that means I can now do things like write blog posts without nearly tearing my hair out, woohoo! My Little French Riviera Box isn't too far behind though!

My Little French Riviera Box

The retro-look sunglasses designed by Sarah Lavione were a very welcome thing to find in the box! I'm a bit rubbish with things like sunglasses - I tend to never be able to find a pair when I need them so an extra pair means I'm more likely to be able to track them down! These are really stylish and will hopefully come in very handy over the summer!
 
My Little French Riviera Box Sunglasses

The pair of planters was a slightly more out-there inclusion, but they are pretty cute and will invariably come in handy for something, even if it's nothing plant-based... these could be used to hold any number of small items and extra storage is always needed!

My French Riviera Box Planters
 
And then for the beauty products! The My Little Boxes usually come with a couple of lifestyle items and a little bag of beauty products to go with them. This month, packed in a sweet seaside-themed cloth bag, are a sea salt scrub from the brands own range, a gorgeous blue nail polish and a Kerastase blow-dry treatment. I don't really blow dry hair but hopefully this will still help keep it in good nick anyway!

Blue Beauty Products French
 
The nail polish is such a perfect colour, this deep sea shade is right up my street and I can definitely see this adorning my finger nails for many sunshiny days to come!
 
Loved By Sarah Lavoine Nail Polish
 
I do love the My Little Box offerings, I think they're such a lovely balance of useful items and that something a little more unexpected, they always put such a smile on my face! You can subscribe here for £11 + postage (£3.95) per month - treat yourself!

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