Kinder Beauty Box is a box dedicated to delivering 100% vegan and cruelty-free products straight to your door each month. It is compassionately curated by Evanna Lynch and Daniella Monet, two animal lovers who also advocate for healthier beauty choices. Every detail of this subscription is eco-conscious, from its 100% recyclable and biodegradable box to the eco-friendly soy-based ink used on the packaging.
For $26 per month, you'll receive 100% vegan and cruelty-free products, which include skincare, haircare, makeup, and other accessories.
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Kinder Beauty sends out two box variations each month. This is a review of the "Pick Me Up" box for February 2022.
Kinder Beauty is once again shipping a box guide with the contents of your box, but you can still visit kinderbeauty.com/mybox to see each product as well as tips and tricks on how to use your new products.
What's Inside This Box
Inkling Scents in Pulse - Retail Value $25.00
The longevity of oil-based perfumes always amazes me. You only need a small dab of this fragrance to light up your senses with a bright yet comfy vanilla, musk base with a few fruity notes and a hint of sandalwood, and the scent soaks into your skin, lasting all day long. It is warm and inviting, and it is a fantastic way to start the day.
Panga White Bamboo Toothbrush - Retail Value $6.50
Some people may not like receiving beauty tools in subscriptions, but when it is something I can use daily, I am in. I also love when these everyday items are so fancy; this is one good-looking toothbrush. It is biodegradable and made with soft BPA-free nylon bristles. I never considered this before on any plain old toothbrush, but the fact that this toothbrush can stand by itself... it is kind of a game-changer.
Estate Just a Taste Quad in Merbabe - Listed Value $26.00, Retail Value $14.00
Sending an eyeshadow palette is definitely a change of pace for Kinder Beauty, and I am all for it. The color scheme is right up my alley, so I couldn't wait to play with these shadows. The formula is creamy; the pigment picked up nicely on a stiff and full shadow brushes, and I also used my finger to apply the blue. I would say, if you are someone who hesitates when you see colorful eyeshadow, this palette would be a great starting point. You can't build this eyeshadow up, but it does create a light wash of color that is really beautiful. I crave color and pigment, so it was different for me to use, but I really liked my eye look today - pictures of my look below!
Delia Organics Goji Glow Cream, 1oz - Listed Value $19.40
I go into testing moisturizers very skeptically. My dry skin has taken me on some wild rides, and I've invested a lot of money into finding some of the best creams that make my skin look good and feel bearable. I noticed right away that this cream felt a little light, but using a dime-sized amount sufficed for my entire face. It spread effortlessly, and it made my skin feel supple and fresh, an amazing base for makeup. I did notice a faint fragrance when I applied, but it didn't last. I don't really recognize any of the ingredients in this product, so I will have to do a little more research to see if this is the kind of product that will pamper and nourish my skin over time, but I have high hopes for this one.
100% Pure Liner in Blackest - Retail Value $27.00
The truth is, everyone can use a black eyeliner. Another truth is that subscription boxes are just swimming in black eyeliners. In order to impress me, I need the blackest black with a creamy formula that I can blend from eyelid to eyebrow. I always want that option, just in case I want to experiment with some goth looks or become a panda for a day. Anyway, this one didn't blow my mind, but it definitely served its purpose. It is not extremely blendable, but I was able to help out my liner shape by applying this pencil directly to a thin eyeliner brush.
Here are the swatches of the Estate Merbabe eyeshadow quad and the 100% Pure Beauty liner.
Here is the look I came up with using the face products from this month's box. I prepped my face with the Delia Organics moisturizer, which provided me with the perfect base to apply foundation and even concealer under the eye (I typically use a separate eye cream before concealer). I used the Estate eye quad for a wash of color, and the 100% Pure liner to line my eyes. It was an easy, everyday look, and I really enjoyed using each product.
February's Kinder Beauty Box was a fun mix of products. The focus was mostly on makeup (yay!), but I was very happy with the skincare and beauty tool they sent as well. I am always pleasantly surprised when Kinder Beauty introduces me to a new to me vegan brand. I really enjoyed testing out my products, and I'll also enjoy adding them to my spring routine. This month’s box has a retail value of $91.90, triple the box's cost of $26.
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Value – Was This Box Worth It?
The Cost: $26
- Inkling Scents in Pulse: $7.07
- Panga White Bamboo Toothbrush: $1.84
- Estate Just a Taste Quad in Merbabe: $3.92
- Delia Organics Goji Glow Cream: $5.43
- 100% Pure Liner in Blackest: $7.56
This month's box has a retail value of $91.90, a great value for a $26 box.
Alternatively, you are paying $5.20 for each of the 5 items in this box.
To Wrap Up
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