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A taste of the French Riviera

The long awaited June box finally arrived, issues resulting in late delivery this month meant i had to wait an additional week but they did send over a cute little teaser video, which summed up the theme of the box beautifully.....

My little world magazine, with beauty and fashion tips/interviews
Beautiful illustration by Kanako
My Little Beauty Sea Salt body scrub
Kerastase Ciment Thermique Blow-dry care
Loved by Sarah Lavoine Nail Polish
Sarah Lvoine Sunglasses
My Little Nautical flowerpots

Very French themed again this month (last month's was Provence) but very cute and sticking to its heritage. Overall i was impressed with the box and its contents however as usual there were a couple of things that i didn't like. 

First up the positives: great theme, good selection of beauty items especially like the nail polish in a beautiful "sea blue" shade especially as it's not a colour i would normally go for and the My Little Beauty body scrub smells amazing i can't wait to use it. The sunglasses were a nice surprise, a very classic shape and colour with a vintage vibe, will get a lot of wear out of these so big thumbs up (now could just do with a cute glasses case next month!).

Negatives: Wish they would bring back the glossy magazine version of my little world, i like that the fold out paper version is eco friendly but it just isn't as nice and doesn't have as much content. The fold out poster is also a nice touch but who has the wall space for a poster this big every month. Product wise the only odd one this month is the paper flower pot/tubs???? i just don't get them or the French Rivera connection - would love to know what everyone else has ended up using them for.....leave me a comment below.

Overall this box has made me feel quite summery and wanting another holiday!!
Wonder what the July box will be? hoping for another collaboration.

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