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Medusa’s Make-Up Beauty Box Review – December 2016

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Medusa’s Make-Up Beauty Box is a vegan and cruelty-free makeup box. Each month you will receive a delivery of 3-5 vegan products with a value of $40.


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The Subscription Box: Medusa’s Make-Up Beauty Box

The Cost: $15.95 (Free shipping for US, $4 USD for International)

The Products: Each month you will receive 3-5 vegan products to try. The box is curated by Medusa’s Make-Up team and has a value of $40.

Ships to: Worldwide

Good to know: Orders ship out within 3 business days of your payment. You can cancel anytime.

Add Medusa’s Makeup Beauty Box to your subscription list or wish list, too!


Each box comes with a card listing out the items included.

Now, onto the items!


Medusa’s Makeup Blush in Dangerous Liason – Value $12


This is a gorgeous, highly-pigmented blush, with just a hint of shimmer. I recommend going easy on applying this – a little goes a long way with the color! (Swatched in lower photo.)


Medusa’s Makeup Lipstick in Sugar Daddy – Value $12


I’m used to getting bold colors from this subscription, so this very wearable lipstick shade was a nice surprise! It’s a semi-matte formula with excellent pigment.

Swatched below the blush:

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Medusa’s Makeup Gold Digger Glitter – Value $7


You’ll need a primer or other makeup product to hold this loose glitter in place. (I recommend Too Faced Glitter Glue!)


Medusa’s Makeup Witch Lash Mascara – Value $12


This mascara is great for a natural look. It provided a little length and excellent lash separation. Considering most of Medusa’s Makeup products are on the dramatic side, this product definitely doesn’t seem to fit the bill, though!

Verdict: This box has a value of $43. I think that’s fantastic for a $15.95 beauty box that sends full-size vegan beauty products with free shipping. I think this is a great way to try out Medusa’s Make-Up at a deep discount, and it’s definitely pushing me out of my comfort zone!

What do you think of the Medusa’s Make-Up 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 Comment

  1. TYSM for reviewing this! It was my first monthly box from them, altho I’ve ordered from them a few times. I was nervous about getting items I wouldn’t like, but I crossed my fingers and figured I could swap what I didn’t care for.

    The lippie is going right to someone else. From looking at the web site it looked like a color that’s too nude for me, and your swatch confirms it, thank you. I hadn’t yet opened the mascara either, and since I prefer dramatic mascara, it’s going too.

    But the blush and the glitter, oh yes!! I’ve been looking for a light shade of blush because I’m so pale. At first I wasn’t thrilled about gold, because that seems pretty basic to me, but like many of their other glitters, it’s actually multi-colored, and I love it as much as their glitters I chose to buy a couple months ago. I bought their glitter adhesive then too, and I like it a lot.

    I’m glad that there are so many makeup companies making all kinds of different products, so there’s something for pretty much everyone these days. Back in the day when I was in high school and wearing light makeup most days, it was really hard to find bold colors, so I’m glad I can get all my glitter, metallic, violet and magenta on now.

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