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Vegancuts Makeup Box Review + Coupon – Spring 2020

Vegan Cuts Makeup March 2020 vegan makeup subscription review

The Vegancuts Makeup Box is a quarterly box from Vegancuts. It joins the Vegancuts line up of the monthly Beauty Box and Snack Box.

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

This review is of the Makeup Box, which is $39.95 per quarter.

About the Vegancuts Makeup Box

The Subscription Box: Vegancuts Makeup Box

The Cost: $39.95 per quarter + free US shipping

COUPON: Use code MSA to save $5 off your first box!

The Products: “Full-size vegan & cruelty-free makeup to match each season. From lipstick to mascara to luxe nail lacquer, we’ve got all your needs covered and will customize your box based on your beauty profile.”

Ships to: The US, Canada, and International (Canadian quarterly price is $46.90, International quarterly price is $54.95)

Vegancuts Makeup Box “Festival Chic” Spring 2020 Review

 

Pacifica Beachy Punk Eyeshadow Palette – Retail Value $18.00 (currently on sale for $12.60)

I am really feeling these colors! That green, in particular, reminds me of the Glossier ‘Lawn’ Skywash shade I have been lusting after. This will be a nice trial before I splurge on that. The formulas here are very soft and smooth. The shimmers are easier to apply than the mattes, but a little extra play makes those blossom into a smoky finish that is really beautiful. I felt a little let down with how sheer the electric purple ‘Raw Power’ shade is, but on my lids, I actually appreciate this because the effect is still there, but the wash look makes it much more wearable. I also love that grey-blue ‘Heroes’ shade because it applies in such a haze.

Top to bottom: Tomboy, Starman, Heroes, Rebel, Pretty Vacant

Top to bottom: Schooled, 1970, Casbah, Blondie, Raw Power

 

CLE Cosmetics Melting Lip Powder in ‘Desert Rose’, 2 g – Retail Value $20.00

I wanted to love this stuff so badly, but I just don’t. Basically, this tube is filled with loose powder that turns into liquid upon contact with your lips and feels cold. The color is amazing, a rich berry red. The formula is a little bit of a mess in terms of application. I had powder fallout each time I tried to use it and when I went to brush these spots away they liquified and smeared. The finish itself was also a weird dry but also tacky texture and I had trouble getting decent coverage.

It is such a gorgeous color, but I am just not sold on the formula and application.

 

Au Naturale The Anywhere Creme Multistick in ‘Blossom’, 9 ml – Retail Value $35.00

I love a good multistick, and this is a good one! The shade is a soft cool pink with a soft pearly shimmer. I liked it on my lips, cheeks, and even lids. It is super dense and creamy, blending with very little effort. With a light touch it is sheer, but add a little pressure and it turns opaque in terms of coverage.

What a great pink!

 

Skin Owl Body+ Amethyst Crystal Oil, 2 fl oz – Retail Value $40.00

Our final item is a larger bottle of shimmering purple body oil. The effect is really lovely on the skin, giving it a barely-there sheen than enhances my skin tone and overall texture. The oils inside the US-made formula include safflower, apricot kernel, sweet almond, jojoba, and more, so your skin is getting lots of moisture. I do wish this oil had some sort of scent but I can always add a drop of my fave essential oil blend to customize it. 

Verdict: This box has a retail value of $113 which is pretty good for a $39.95 box. I wasn’t crazy about all the items included this month, but I did love the palette and multistick, which together make up $53 of the total value, so I still came out ahead. I thought the oil was ok, and I didn’t really like the lip powder, which was kind of a bummer since I normally like weird formulas. I still think this is a really fun quarterly box for people looking to add more vegan and cruelty-free products to their beauty routine!

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? Yep! Click here to grab the spring quarterly box.

COUPON: Use code MSA to save $5 off your first box!

Value Breakdown: At $39.95 for the box, you are paying approximately the following per item:

  • Pacifica Eyeshadow Palette $6.36
  • CLE Melting Lip Powder $7.07
  • Au Naturale Multistick $12.37
  • Skin Own Body Illuminator $14.14

Alternatively, each item has an average cost of $9.99

Check out all of our Vegancuts Makeup Box reviews and the best specialty beauty boxes of 2019!

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Written by Megan Kirkland

Megan Kirkland

I love natural/vegan beauty products, Korean skincare, unique jewelry, and weird candies from far away places. When I am not waiting for my next exciting box you can find me painting or taking photographs of interesting people. I never leave home without pug hair somewhere on my shirt and a bold lipstick on my smile.

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Comments (7)

  1. Pacifica palettes always seem very well put together for me in terms of shade, but I can never get any color payoff from them. It’s frustrating cause I really like the brand otherwise! Their Blood Orange scent is one of my favorite fragrances.

    The shimmer oil is not something I would ever use, but I think if I owned that bottle, I would just hold it & stare at it, lol. It’s so pretty!

  2. This is a nice mix, but I must have had sub boxes for too long because I’ve gotten 2 of these before. The CLE lip was in Allure and so was the Au Naturale.

    • This multistick is a different color than received in Allure. The Allure box Au Naturale was in Grapefruit. I think everyone received the same color; at least that’s how it was supposed to be. This one says the color is Blossom.

  3. Love that purple oil! Could we please see a swatch on skin? Also, Megan, are you going to be doing a review of the most recent Earthlove box? I got mine a few weeks ago & love it 🙂 Just like to see your thoughts on it too.

  4. This box looks nice, but I feel like it’s missing an item or two? Don’t these boxes usually have 5 or 6 items? I’d be tempted if it goes on sale!

    • I think since they always include full size products in this makeup box, they usually only include 4 items. Their monthly box does usually contain 5 to 6 items, but they usually include mostly deluxe samples… with smaller sized full size items thrown in like chapsticks/lipsticks/lip glosses or eye/lip liners, among other things.

  5. I’m tempted!

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