When I arrived, I was excited at how packed it was of goodies, but I’m not sure how much of it is actually useful to me at the moment.
The first was this foldable Rachel Pally Reversible Clutch (retails for $60). The colours weren’t really my style so I ended up giving it to my sister.
I also gave her these Ettika Day Dreamer Tassel Earrings ($58). They’re pretty but I think not practical with a new puppy.
Personally, I was more into the make-up in the box.
This lipstick palette is full of gorgeous pinks and reds for nice subtle looks.
There was also this Murad Skin Perfect Lotion ($40). I can never get enough of high-end skincare options to try.
I also got a Dermelect Makeover Concealing Ridge Filler ($18), a treatment for nail ridges and to conceal discoloration. My nails are generally healthy except for when I do shellac, so I will save it for those moments.
Inside this cute little package was KNC Beauty Lip Masks ($25).
I love spoiling myself with masks, so these were a keeper.
I’ve been meaning to get a ball for my back for a while but this Physique 57 Massage Roller ($20) seems like the next best thing.
For beauty sleeping, this free-people leather eye mask ($40) is comfy, but found it a bit heavy.
I’m not the kind of person who appreciates a $45 Anderson Lilley Sunset Collection Candle in Fresh Linen, so I left my sister have it.
It comes in a minimalistic gold container. We also got separate care instructions e-mailed to us about the candle.
While they definitely deliver money value in each FabFitFun box, the items inside were both hit and misses for me. I tend to be more interested in cosmetics than household items, so I don’t think I’ll be subscribing to the summer box.