Vegan Cuts is a monthly subscription box that offers 4-7 natural/organic, cruelty-free, and vegan beauty items. I have reviewed a few Vegan Cuts beauty boxes in the past (here and here) and I must say it gets better and better with every box. The reason why I like subscription boxes is not only because you receive high-quality beauty products for a reasonable price, but, most importantly, you discover products that you wouldn’t probably find out on your own. This actually happened with my favorite Delizioso Blush, which I found in December 2014 Box. Here’s what’s inside the February Box:
Tara Smith Base Coat Hair Serum (25ml)
Comes in a colorful bottle with a beautiful bird on it! This Base Coat Serum promises to smooth, increase shine, and create an anti-frizz barrier, which will control frizz in high humidity for 24 hours. The serum does contain silicones, so keep that in mind if you’re trying to avoid them, but other than that, it’s really effective.
The Wonder Seed English Daisy Facial Cream (71ml)
An all-natural face cream for all skin types. Made with virgin hemp seed oil, which is rich in omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids. Hemp seed oil is well-known for its hydrating and soothing benefits, so it’s a great ingredient to look for in skincare products if you have sensitive and/or dehydrated skin. The Wonder Seed Face Cream has a calming herbal scent and a pleasant creamy consistency. It contains a lot of other beneficial ingredients like plant-based hyaluronic acid, vitamin C, organic green tea extract, and more.
Harvey Prince Organics Yogini Perfume (8.8ml)
You know how I always complain about the lack of natural perfumes in the market? Well, not anymore. How could I when I’m discovering one wonderful fragrance after another? Harvey Prince Organics perfumes are crafted using only the highest quality natural essences and oils, however, what I find the most interesting is that they smell like real perfumes and not essential blends. What I mean is that I can’t tell each ingredient apart in this perfume, but instead I can enjoy a lovely scent mix they create together. Yogini mini roller has a faint, sweet scent with a hint of citrus. I’m definitely tempted to try its other products, so if you’re looking for high-quality perfumes, I recommend to check the brand out.
100% Pure Eye Creamstick Double-side Liner (in Chocolate and Champagne)
Last, but not least is an organic makeup item from 100% Pure. It’s a creamy double-sided eyeliner pencil with color Chocolate on one end and color Champagne on the other. The liner is very pigmented and long-lasting. Both colors have a tinge of metallic shine in them – Champagne more than Chocolate. See the swatch below:
Overall, I absolutely adore this month’s beauty box, especially the perfume and the eyeliner. You can read more about Vegan Cuts & order the Beauty Box here (as well as see what’s in the March box!)
Have you tried Vegan Cuts subscription boxes?
Um, i didn’t now about this box! i’ve been trying to decide what subscription to join, and i really like what was in this box! That moisturizer sound really nice and the notes on the perfume sound right up my alley!
In my opinion, Vegan Cuts and Petit Vour are the best vegan subscription boxes at the moment.
I haven’t heard of this box either – probably because I’m sitting in Germany 😉 The Tara Smith Base Coat doesn’t look very organic to me as it’s basically silicone. I know my hair loves it and it’s great for the skin, too, but I’m trying to avoid it because it’s hardly biodegradable. The Wonder Seed cream seems to be great and I really like 100% Pure.
I absolutely agree with you, I’m trying to avoid silicones in all of my beauty products, too.
I have never heard of this subscription box, i’m in love.
thank you so much for sharing this with us 😀
Thanks, Tara! I’m glad the review was useful.
Hah, I like the packaging of that hair serum 🙂
That bird is a star! :))