London Fashion Week is over...I think. I enjoy looking at the make up looks, nail designs and the odd designer collection but as a beauty blogger I will admit that fashion is not my forte. For this reason, I was a little surprised that My Little Box decided to run with a fashion week focus this month but luckily you don't need to be a fashionista (does anyone actually use this word for real?) to enjoy the contents. If you have yet to open your box, I suggest you look away now - otherwise here is what was inside My Little Box September 2015...
As always there is not only a beautifully written and designed My Little Box magazine but also a themed print (this months is a little risqué) to frame and display should wish. I have a good few prints that I forever mean to pop into frames and hang on a wall and never do...one day perhaps?
My Little Box is one of the few subscription boxes in that you receive a combination of both lifestyle and beauty products. Within the My Little Fashion Box there is a My Little Scarf which has been designed by American Vintage. I am unsure if all the prints are the same or not, I hope so as the beautiful, blue floral scarf I was gifted is so easy to wear and is fairly timeless.
The beauty products are of course themed, this month it is everyday essentials - products that will help you maintain a groomed look be it on the go, or front row at fashion week. The three essentials are: a red glossy lip stain by My Little Box, a miniature can of Kerastase Hair Spray (75ml) and a full sized bottle of La Roche-Posay Toleriane Ultra Fluide which is ideal for all skin types including sensitive. As a matter of a fact it is one of the few moisturisers I can use when suffering from eczema. There is also a pack of pastel, geometrical nail decals to jazz up any manicure - the design is very Topshop-esque.
Admittedly not my favourite My Little Box drop but as far as subscription boxes go, My Little Box are still the one to beat.
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