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Teri Miyahira Beauty Subscription Box Review – January 2017


Teri Miyahira Beauty Box is a new natural and vegan beauty subscription box! Each month you’ll receive at least 2 full-size makeup items from Teri Miyahira’s own line made for this subscription. Everything in this box is vegan, natural, and cruelty-free.


My Subscription Addiction pays for this subscription. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).


The Subscription Box: Teri Miyahira Beauty (Waitlist Mode)

The Cost: $39 a month

The Products: Every monthly collection contains at least 2 x full-sized makeup items, and 1-2 medium sized skincare/bath/body items (no sample sizes here, ever!). The medium-sized products are big enough to last multiple uses so you can make sure the formulations are effective for you, and then you can purchase full-sizes of your favorites.

Ships to: Worldwide! Shipping costs apply to countries outside of the US.

Check out all of my Teri Miyahira Beauty Box reviews!

Keep Track of Your Subscriptions: Add this box to your subscription list or wishlist!

Make sure to sign up for the waitlist to get an alert when subscriptions open for the next box!


Each box comes with a card detailing the items included. (It also includes the ingredient lists for all beauty products.)


Now, onto the items!


Teri Miyahira “Expression” Eye and Brow Palette – Retail Value $58


Like every Teri Miyahira product I’ve tried so far, the pigment is excellent with these powders! The finish is matte, and they are great for both brow and eye shadow shades.


Here are all the shades swatched


I’m so happy with these shades. I love shimmery eyeshadows, but this is such a classic matte set – I know I’ll use this regularly.

And the last shade swatched:


Teri Miyahira “Renew” Pressed Eye Shadow – Retail Value $28


This eye shadow has a matte finish and is great for a subtle highlight under your brow or to use as an eye shadow base.


Teri Miyahira Vegan Rose Gold Brush Set – Value $64


This set includes a Flat Medium Brush, Angled Eye Brush, and Spoolie brush – perfect for eyebrow and eyeshadow application!

Verdict: This box has a retail value of about $180. These are premium makeup prices, but I am very impressed with the formulas, and definitely could see these products retailing for the prices listed. The packaging might not be up to par with premium makeup brands, but the formulas themselves are. (And if I could only pick one, I’d go with premium formulas every time!)

This is one of my favorite boxes from Teri because everything is such a usable basic – I definitely feel like I got my money’s worth this month.

In general, I’m impressed with the quality of the product, the value, and I appreciate that Teri Miyahira is so ingredient-conscious. If you are looking for a high-quality natural and/or vegan makeup line, I recommend this subscription!

The only critique I would make is that I wish this subscription allowed for some customization – with the cost, it would be a great way to help minimize the risk of getting makeup products that don’t work for your skin tone.

What do you think of the Teri Miyahira 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!

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Comments (6)

  1. Liz, is that just one swatch?? If so WOW!! I really like her products but a 64$ price tag for 3 small brushes and one of them is a sploolie, no way would I ever pay that!

  2. I also received this box, after re-subscribing, and I really paid attention to the packaging this time around because I noticed the constant disclaimers about it. Last year when I was subscribed, I was actually impressed with the packaging because a lot of it was in glass. I noticed the makeup is now in plastic packaging, but after really paying attention to it this time, I noticed it’s quite nice, thick, very durable, and essentially very good quality packaging overall. I know she’s used sticker labels on lipsticks & deluxe samples, which I agree could be better merely for the sake of aesthetic purposes, but overall her packaging is on par with a lot of department store brands. I see very high-end brands (both in skincare & makeup) that use just plastic packaging for their products too, which I think is great & not worth complaining about. I’d rather have a company invest their money in the quality of their products rather than the packaging. Okay, that’s all… I guess that little disclaimer keeps bugging me and I don’t think it’s warranted, but that’s on me. 🙂

    • Good points! After the first review, several readers mentioned they thought the packaging looked cheap compared to the retail prices listed, so I wanted to make sure I called out that the formulas themselves were excellent. But, maybe I can rephrase that disclaimer to be a little clearer!

      Glad you like the products, too!

  3. The pigmentation of the shadows is INSANE. Please keep reviewing this sub, as I may have to subscribe myself if the quality of the products are consistently this amazing.

    • I will definitely keep reviewing. Every time I swatch these products I’m so impressed!!

      • I am right there with you. Thanks for all that you do.

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