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New Beauty Subscription Box from Teri Miyahira – The Capsule Edit + $5 Off Your First Box!

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ByMSAJul 6, 2017 | 17 comments
Teri Miyahira The Capsule Edit
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The Capsule Edit

There's a new monthly beauty box from Teri Miyahira available now - The Capsule Edit! Now through 7/7 midnight EST, use coupon code CAPSULEBOXLAUNCH to save $5 off your first box!

Welcome to our world of truly 100% natural, vegan and cruelty-free beauty! Expertly curated and created by Teri Miyahira, our monthly subscription box is a surprise of makeup, skincare, body and cosmetic tools to make green beauty a little easier.

Capsule Collection is our pan-form makeup that's specially designed to customize your own empty magnetic palette. Our Capsule Subscription Box contains seasonal and on-trend shades of blush, eyeshadow, bronzer, highlight and complexion products so you can refresh your makeup collection quickly and easily.

Here's some more information from Teri:

The Box: The Capsule Edit

The Cost: $32 per month + free shipping

Coupon: Now through the end of 7/7, use coupon code CAPSULEBOXLAUNCH to save $5 off your first box!

The Products: "Always at least 3 x full-sized Capsule Collection makeup products."

Good to know: "100% natural, vegan and cruelty-free! Ingredients also do not contain talc, dimethicone, petroleum-based dyes, and synthetic preservatives. "

Keep track of your subscriptions: Add this box to your subscription list or wish list!

You can check out our reviews of the Teri Miyahira Beauty Box to see what kind of products you can expect.

What do you think of The Capsule Edit? Would you like to see it reviewed?

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The Capsule Edit is a monthly vegan beauty box from Teri Miyahira. Every monthly collection contains at least 3 x full-sized Capsule Collection makeup products. Capsule Collection is our pan-form makeup that's specially designed to customize your own empty magnetic palette. Our Capsule Subscription ... read more.
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17 comments

Virgie Sexton

What comes in this box? If it’s like boxycharm then I might try it. But if it’s 32$ for just 3 products then I’ll pass. It don’t seem like it would be worth it. At least with boxy charm you get alot of products for just 20$ bucks. It will be hard to beat that.

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Missy

32$ no way not for 3 pans from anyone!

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Alex

I wish there was a way to find out what beauty boxes and beauty box items are made in China. If they’re made in China there is. I cruelty free and I’m always checking products to see.

For Instance,I really wanted to do Medusa’s Makeup but it’s all made in China ☹️ the products may say made in PRC (people’s republic of China). And sometimes I can’t find any info.

That’s just my 1st thought with this box. It looks nice. I like the colors but is it made in China?

Also if anyone knows how to find out please let me know. So many brands don’t list it on the websites.

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Ying

I think the beauty box makeup is made in the USA. This shows up on each product page. The brushes do say they’re imported, so it looks like she does disclose this and the origin probably differs for the type of product.

Plus, a lot of her items are limited edition only (esp the subscription boxes) so it probably would be worth it to outsource to China if she has a relatively small production batch that changes every month.

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Katy

Maybe reach out to Teri and ask her? It’s my understanding that it’s only international beauty products SOLD in China that have to be tested on animals.

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EC

If they’re made in china then they’ve been tested in accordance with applicable law at the point of manufacture. So yes, if made there the products indeed were tested on animals.

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Alex

Thank you! Will do and will look into it

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Katy

Is she doing away with her beauty box?

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Kathryn

Decided to give this a try. I really really hope she’s including a palette to store them on! It’s a shame that I won’t have the first box (August) before they re-bill so I might have to cancel unless spoilers are released before.

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Dea

If it’s vegan and cruelty-free, what’s with the matted fur under the palette? Vegetarian lion? Bad choice in your photography stager, Teri!

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vanessa

LMAO! So true!!

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NC

ooooh, not good a good choice. Looks like Chewbaca….

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Siren

I’m not into this box. It sounds great with it being natural, vegan, and cruelty free, but for me, it’s too many good things packed into these products. I have skin reactions to natural and organic type products. I would suggest to others to check out Beautypedia to investigate their products’ ingredients and check the labels. I can read a label and know what will aggrevate my skin. I do seek cruelty free but stop there.

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Marija

Beautypedia is created by Paula’s Choice founders and I have found some of the reviews to be dubious. Take it with grain of salt.

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Ragan

Haha, once I found a major scientific error on Beautypedia. (Polyethylene and polyurethane are not the same, or even comparable…) Granted, they were nice about it when I let them know, and they fixed it. But if I found one, casually browsing, there are likely others.

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Hillary

Definitely want to see this reviewed first.

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