This box arrived in March (Yes, I’m totally delayed in writing about this! Sorry!) I was greeted with an 80’s throwback theme colour scheme of blue and pink with a female skater. This made me eager to rummage through the goodies as skating was a great hobby of mine when I was young and who didn’t like the 80’s!
I was initially deflated with ‘Be Wild’ balloon attached to a piece of card. This could have been improved with receiving a pack of balloons or replace it with an alternative item. However to turn this around, I’m sure I can use this opportunity for a fun photo prop later in the year.
My favourite item was Bulle De Teint – Beauty Bubble. The sponge has become a regular used must have in my make-up routine. Normally where more than 1 brush is required for foundation, the different shape areas of the sponge can be used. On top of this, when reading the magazine it can also be used on lips and cheeks, eyes and nails! Very handy!
Quickly I shoved the soft cushion paddle brush into my hospital bag as the one I currently have is humongous. Can you tell I adore all things small so it’s easy to carry and pack!? (Leaving more room to carry more items on the go).
Accompanied with the box was a Givenchy Noir Couture Volume Mascara. Pocket size pen with a fine tip and perfect for my purse. The body case itself had a bit of thought too and partners well with the haute couture – high end fashion.
Similar to Benefit’s Tint, My Little Beauty had their version of lip and cheek tint. Personally I wasn’t fond of the bright bubble-gum shade of pink as it’s not suited to my complexion. For those that don’t mind the shade – 2 in 1 is always handy!ique
The last item which is still remained unopen is the facial peel Garancia Pschitt Magique, I think! There was nothing in English and is all in French L Until I can get my lovely translator to convert what it says I can’t say much about it.
It’s not my preferred themed box but it’s not disappointing. The main thing here is I’m using most of the items – and straight away!