A new Cult Beauty limited edition box is here. For the first time since they started releasing these boxes more frequently, this new box focuses on makeup products rather than skincare. While personally am not ready to start wearing makeup on a daily basis, I do appreciate that this box focuses on eye makeup aka on areas that are still visible under a face mask. Hate on me all you want, but I still wear a face mask even though I am fully vaccinated. I am not there yet. I only ever two my mask off twice while outside since this whole craziness began and that was to switch my mask to a more protective one before boarding a plane. It is annoying, but for me it is better safe than sorry. Anyway, the point is that I do appreciate the focus on the eyes rather than seeing a box filled with products that might not as appealing or useful depending on where the buyer lives or what their personal preferences are regarding protective gear at this moment in time.
The Eye Edit Beauty Box Contents
- VIEVE Eye Wand (1.4g) – full size
- ICONIC London Triple Threat Mascara (9ml) – full size
- THE INKEY LIST Caffeine Eye Cream (15ml) – full size
- Natasha Denona Mini Zendo Eyeshadow Palette (5 x 0.8g) – full size
- Wishful Eye Lift & Snatch Instant Sculpting Masks (1x pair) – full size
- Face Halo Face Halo X Duo (2x pieces) – deluxe
- Oskia Renaissance Cleansing Gel (35ml) – travel size
Price and Value
The Eye Edit from Cult Beauty is priced at £37/€42.50 and has a value of over £100/€115.
The box is available for purchase here.
Since I have very limited experience with the products in here I won’t be able to provide all that many comments. You know me, I refuse to talk about stuff I have no idea about which I do think is pretty fair. However, I do invite you to share your opinions and experiences with any of the products so that we can all learn from abc other.
I have to say that I do love seeing a cleanser is the mass of makeup. However, I wish it had been the Oskia City Pollution Cleansing Concentrate rather than the Renaissance one. The Renaissance cleanser is not bad per se and it might be more powerful at removing makeup so it does make some sense to see it included here, but it is a product we have gotten so many times in beauty boxes or advent calendars (I am looking at you now ASOS and Cult Beauty). It would have been nice to see something else, but then again the CityLife one was just included in the Sunshine Edit so… I would still rather get two of those than two of the Renaissance one. That is all I am saying before I stop making sense altogether.
Hmm, Face Halo… The cleansing pads are no that bad, but I don’t know. Personally, I am not ready to adopt these in my routine. Maybe things will change, but who knows? quality wise, they are soft, the fluff does not seem to come off, but I have no more comments as I haven’t used mine enough to be able to provide a fully informed option on them.
The rest of the products I haven’t used. However, I lose seeing that they’ve included a palette from Natasha Denona. They are not often featured and the palette usually have great reviews so I am sure that there are many people wishing to try them out. Personally, I never did despite having plans to do so. This one however is not really my cup of tea in terms of shades. But it is still a pretty palette. In addition, I love seeing someone for Vieve included. Not sure if we’ve ever had a feature from this new brand before.
These beauty boxes are more than just on occasion to get more beauty for less, but also to discover new stuff, to try out products that are perhaps new on the market and we are still unsure whether they are worth the investment. At least that is how it is for me.
Overall, this is a cute box but one I will skip. For now, I have no need for more makeup and if I do decide for some unknown reason to get something, I have my eyes on a brand that will be launching soon at Cult Beauty – Makeup by Mario.
Grab the Eye Edit Beauty Box from Cult Beauty here.
What do you think of this new beauty box?
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