It is safe to say that I look forward to My Little Box deliveries each and every month, sure the novelty of beauty boxes has somewhat worn of but there is something about My Little Box that keeps me coming back for more. Is it the pretty boxes? Is it the combination of beauty, lifestyle and sometimes jewellery that reels me in? No it is the whimsy of all elements combined, I never quite know what I am going to receive but you can more than bet I will adore it. April's My Little Box has a Dream theme, a subtle nudge to encourage all us go getters to go out there and achieve all we desire. Sweet and as usual utterly stuffed with brilliant pieces...
As always we have the My Little Box magazine which features interviews, beauty tips and much more. As and added bonus each box contains a stuffed cloud which you rip open to find a surprise, a designer inspired necklace by jewellery designer Delphine Pariente. I have plans to cut the cord a little and turn it into a wrap bracelet!
The lifestyle element in the My Little Dream box comes via a large, rotatable stamp and ink pad. The stamp features sweet sayings such "Made with Love" and "Don't Stop Me Now" along with icons and French phrases. Great for stamping post it notes or to add a little love to a letter or envelope. Very, very sweet and something I will treasure!
It wouldn't be a My Little Box without a few beauty elements, in this months canvas bag we have a solid perfume from Sabe Masson, I was lucky enough to receive the scent Copacabana which is fresh, fruity and utterly ideal for Summer. There is also a deeply nourishing hair mask from My Little Beauty's own brand coupled by a two in one, lip and cheek tint by Lou Lesage.
Each month I think how will My Little Box top the previous month, then the box arrives and completely blows me out the water. Is My Little Box a necessary purchase? No but if like myself you enjoy a surprise package once in a while, full of treats then I can not recommend it enough.
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