The Vegan Kind Beauty Box Review

4 Aug 2014

A picture of the July 2014 The Vegan Kind Beauty Box

A picture of vegan friendly furless stiplling brush

A picture of vegan friendly White Rabbit Lime and Coconut Cleansing Water and Simply Soaps Orange Cocoa Bath Melt

A picture of vegan friendly Beautiful Movements Cosmetics Beauty Eyeshadow in Dusty Road and Mississippi Mud

A picture of vegan friendly Inika Black Caviar Eyeliner

When The Vegan Kind let slip that there would be an all-beauty box, I was more than a little excited. I love finding fabulous beauty brands with products that are natural, organic and cruelty free - in this case, all products included are vegetarian and vegan friendly, too! There's six products inside the box, four full size and two generous sample sizes. There's a great variety of makeup, skincare and body care, from a selection of five vegan friendly brands.

Inika Black Caviar Eyeliner (£13.50)
Inika is such a fantastic brand and one I'm always happy to see in beauty boxes. They're products were some of the first high-end makeup products I branched out to, a big fan of their strong ethics and high quality ingredients. There's a huge variety of shades in their eyeliner range and I'm a big fan of the creamy but long-lasting formula that glides on with ease. Everyone needs a black liner, and the Inika Black Caviar Eyeliner has actually been a holy grail of mine for quite some time! I also really recommend the mineral foundation, mineral bronzer and mineral eyeshadows!

Furless 'Must Have' Stippling Brush (£8.50)
This is genuinely one of the softest brushes I have ever tried. An Australian company, Furless create high quality synthetic professional makeup brushes as well as accessories. For use with liquid, mousse, cream and powder products, I've particularly enjoying the Furless Stippling Brush for applying highlight!

White Rabbit Lime and Coconut Cleansing Water (£4)
A beautifully scented cleansing water, I have really enjoyed using the White Rabbit Lime and Coconut cleansing Water over the past few nights. OK so lime and coconut might not be everyone's cup of tea for a cleanser scent, but this is exactly the kind of scent I love in products. It's great at making my skin feel refreshed and cleansed, but I find it works better for a morning cleansing water, as it's not so efficient at removing makeup on me.

Beautiful Movements Cosmetics Beauty Eyeshadow in Dusty Road and Mississippi Mud (£3.50)
I really enjoy using mineral loose shadows and find they can sometimes provide that extra something-something that's harder to achieve with pressed powders. I have a ton of loose powder shadows which are all perfect highlight shades, which is my favourite use for mineral shadows so I was chuffed with Dusty Road, a lovely and subtle beige with golden shimmering undertones which is gorgeous for opening up your eyes if applied in the inner corner. Mississippi Mud is one of those essential crease shades, a perfect everyday matte brown. I definitely want to explore this brand more and I already have the mineral foundation on my wishlist!

Simply Soaps Orange Cocoa Bath Melt (£4.50)
This smells amazing! Seriously, if you could have seen my face when I first got a whiff of this! Formulated with raw Cocoa Butter and pure Plant Essential Oils, it smells like Terry's Chocolate Orange. Cannot wait to try this out!

Smitten. Absolutely chuffed with every single product inside The Vegan Kind Beauty Box; the first all-beauty box The Vegan Kind have produced. If you want to give some more vegan brands a go and fancy your very own vegan beauty box landing on your door, they cost £15 plus £2.95 post and packaging. For any European vegan readers out there, they also offer £9 delivery throughout Europe! Find out more/buy The Vegan Kind Beauty Box here.

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