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Vegan Cuts Beauty Box Subscription Review – June 2014

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Vegan Cuts Beauty Box Subscription Review - June

The Vegan Cuts Beauty Box is a monthly beauty and makeup subscription box. All of their products are vegan (and they tend to be natural and healthy too!). They also typically include a nice mix of full size and sample beauty items.

Vegan Cuts Beauty Box Subscription Review - June 2014 Items

The Subscription Box: Vegan Cuts Beauty Box

The Cost: $19.95

The Products: Each box contains a mix of 4-7 full and sample size cruelty-free beauty must-haves, ranging from unique cosmetics to luxurious skincare. All items are void of icky, toxic ingredients and animal by-products, so you can feel beautiful inside and out.

Ships to: US for free, Canada for $8, and Worldwide for $15

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Vegan Cuts Beauty Box Subscription Review - June 2014 Info

Each beauty box comes with a card detailing the items included for that month.

Vegan Cuts Beauty Box Subscription Review - June 2014 La Fresh

LA FRESH Nail Polish Remover Acetone-Free Pad – Value $.50

Superchic Lacquer in Lost My Melon – Value $10

These LA Fresh pads are my nail polish removers of choice, so I’m always happy to have an extra. And I love discovering new hand-crafted nail polish brands. This shade from Superchic Lacquer is a peachy coral with plenty of purple micro-glitter.

Vegan Cuts Beauty Box Subscription Review - June 2014 Pacifica

Pacifica Natural Waterproof Eye Liner in Jet – FULL SIZE! Value $11

I didn’t think I’d be a fan of this eyeliner since I wasn’t too happy with the Pacifica eye shadow I sampled through Ipsy (not enough pigment), but this eyeliner is fantastic. It has plenty of pigment and goes on so smoothly!

Vegan Cuts Beauty Box Subscription Review - June 2014 Lip Balm

NYL Velvet Transformative Serum – .125 oz Value $15

Lip Glosserie Light Asian Pear Lip Balm – FULL SIZE! Value $3.50

Grass Roots Perfumery Sample in Geisha – Value $5

I’m gotten over my silly fear of applying oil to my face this year, so I’m looking forward to giving this NYL serum a try.

This lip balm has a bit of a shine to it which is nice, and it does taste just like pears! And lastly, while I usually complain about perfume samples, I do like discovering new all natural fragrances. This Geisha scent isn’t for me, but I’m thinking about buying their sampler pack to see if there’s a scent I love.

Verdict: I paid $20 for this box and received about $45 worth of beauty products. I’m happy to see 3 full-size products in this box, and I’ll use every single item, so June is a great month for me.

What do you think of the June Vegan Cuts Beauty Box?

Written by Liz Cadman

Liz Cadman

Liz is the founder of My Subscription Addiction. She’s been hooked on subscription boxes since 2011 thanks to Birchbox, and she now subscribes to over 100 boxes. Her favorites include POPSUGAR Must Have, FabFitFun, and any box that features natural beauty products!

All views in this review are the opinion of the author. My Subscription Addiction will never accept payment in exchange for a review, but will accept a box at no cost to provide honest opinions on the box. This post may contain affiliate/referral links. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.


  1. I had considered getting this one after cancelling Saffron Rouge (not enough products I liked–too many hand and body lotions). But after seeing this box, I’m glad I didn’t get it. I went with the less natural Glossybox instead. I mean, natural products are great, but if they’re something I won’t use or reek of lavender or coconut (scents I have a reaction to or don’t like), then it’s not worth it.

    • I did the exact same thing you did. I saffron rouge, then started vegan cuts ( 1 month only – canceled after those men’s face mask ), had saffron rouge till just recently yet for $24.99 not enough products I liked, then started getting glossybox, it is not natural, yet there always seems to be at least 2 products in the box that don’t have a lot of of unnatural products in it I can at least use. – I like the boxes and curation I don’t have to worry about getting those tiny samples ( the ones that for the most part I don’t swap – I just ad as extras )

  2. This box looks okay. Nothing I’d be excited about but I guess I’d use everything at least, if I subbed. Kinda meh about signing up though.

  3. I really enjoyed this box. I love the eyeliner and nail polish which were great colors. The polish is a luminous pink and the eye pencil is a silver. The NYL oil worked wonders on blemishes on my face and mosquito bites I had scratched on my ankles. They seemed to heal faster and not leave scars with the oil applied for a few days. I so got a little sample of hair and cuticle balm in a pot which smelled lovely and softened my cuticles and knuckles.

  4. Between this and Petit Vour for $15 – I like Petit Vour better. I still read your reviews in hopes I will like the box enough to sign up again after I cancled my first box ( I think it was the april box with the face masks ). I so I’m glad I cancled. Getting nail polishes in most sub boxes seems so boring no matter if they are vegan or not. The lip balm looks interesting, the eye pencil would be okay if someone wears eye make up. The little samples are interesting. I’m not liking curation of this box. ( Maybe it is just me ) Curation is important when tiny samples are placed in the box. This is where Ipsy and Glossy Box seem to be doing a great job.

    • I like Petit Vour better, too. There’s just nothing in this one that is all that exciting to me. I think those La Fresh remover wipes are OK but not great. I got one in a box once and had to scrub 3x as long to get my polish off and one wipe really isn’t big enough for both hands (I had really short nails when I used it, too). I just buy big bottles of acetone at Target and use that instead. I probably got more acetone exposure cleaning lab glassware in grad school, anyway.

      I don’t necessarily have a fear of facial oils, but find I can only use them at night. They do not play well with my foundation and skin type for daytime wear.

      I’m getting to a point where I’m not tempted to subscribe to stuff I haven’t tried before. That’s going to be much better with regards to my credit card balance…

      • Good point about the wipes. I’ve used similar ones, and they are either dried up by the time I use them or I’ll be lucky to get nail polish off 2 fingers with 1 wipe. I guess if I was traveling they’d be okay. I also buy the big bottles of nail polish remover. I tried Juleps nail polish remover, the bottle is great, worth the purchase yet the nail polish remover was just okay.

        I started using the face oils to clean my face and they work well. My skin is so dry I don’t get any acne from them.

        I’m also to that point I’m unsubscribing from boxes after a few reviews or bad customer service. — All the boxes are starting to have the same items and I’m getting board with it.

        Oh —- Something new I got, eco emi is having choose 4 products with shipping for only $10. I got a lip gloss and a few other things. Totally worth it. I had a monthly subscription yet I’m not into food products in boxes this lets u choose what u want without being stuck in a monthly subscription. —— I’m also starting to get Meme boxes – they seem like fun 🙂 to me.

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