Wednesday, April 4, 2018

CRUELTY FREE BEAUTY | PETIT VOUR MARCH 2018

Happy Monday, friends!  After a busy month of February working on a personal project and the craziness that is March always seems to be, I'm ready to be back.  The past couple months have been insanely busy, and now it's dying down a bit.  I'm so glad, because I've been missing blogging so badly.

Every time I get my Petit Vour box in the mail, I get so excited to share it with you all.  Discovering new cruelty free and natural brands is so much fun, and my goal is to build my Petit Vour box reviews to help other people navigate the world of cruelty free and natural skincare and beauty.  It can be daunting to switch over your entire beauty routine, but I feel pretty confident about it now!  This month marks a year since I decided to go cruelty free and I couldn't be happier about it. 

Keep scrolling to see the Marh box from Petit Vour!


Popular North Carolina style blogger Rebecca Lately shares her Petit Vour Box review for March 2018. Click here to find out which cruelty free beauty products she received!

Popular North Carolina style blogger Rebecca Lately shares her Petit Vour Box review for March 2018. Click here to find out which cruelty free beauty products she received!

Popular North Carolina style blogger Rebecca Lately shares her Petit Vour Box review for March 2018. Click here to find out which cruelty free beauty products she received!

Everyday Minerals Velvet Eyeshadow, $6

I am a huge fan of these little single eyeshadow samples that come in beauty boxes. They are the perfect travel companions, and they tend to be in neutrals (my fave!).  Bonus points for this being a full size product!!  This color is perfect as a brow bone or inner corner highlight.  I love it, because even if I'm not wearing a lot of makeup, I always highlight my brow bone and inner corner.  It instantly brightens my face.  This formula truly feels like velvet and I don't feel it on my eyes.  There's nothing worse than feeling my makeup on my face, so this a real winner for me!

Popular North Carolina style blogger Rebecca Lately shares her Petit Vour Box review for March 2018. Click here to find out which cruelty free beauty products she received!

Popular North Carolina style blogger Rebecca Lately shares her Petit Vour Box review for March 2018. Click here to find out which cruelty free beauty products she received!

Yarok Feed Your Roots Mousse, $16 ($27 full size)

I don't know how Petit Vour knew I needed a new mousse, but somehow they did.  This smells so good.  It has a fresh, herbal scent that doesn't linger on my hair too much.  I love the scent, but I personally don't like to smell my hair products all day long.  The absolute best thing about this mousse is that it's not crunchy.  Since I wear my hair au naturale (i.e., wavy/curly) 70% of the time, a non-crunchy mousse is essential.  This really gives lift at my roots and helps hold my waves and curls all day long.



Popular North Carolina style blogger Rebecca Lately shares her Petit Vour Box review for March 2018. Click here to find out which cruelty free beauty products she received!

Kahina Giving Beauty Argan Oil, $10 ($82 full size)

Although I love argan oil and all the benefits it has for my skin, hair, and nails, this product was a little 'meh' for me.  I feel like once you've tried one argan oil, you've probably tried them all.  This was is pretty pricey at $82 for a full size.  I'm sure this product is worth the price tag, but it's not something I would purchase full size.  However, I will use every last drop in this bottle!!  I love argan oil, but just not at this price point.


Popular North Carolina style blogger Rebecca Lately shares her Petit Vour Box review for March 2018. Click here to find out which cruelty free beauty products she received!

Popular North Carolina style blogger Rebecca Lately shares her Petit Vour Box review for March 2018. Click here to find out which cruelty free beauty products she received!

Konjac Sponge Co. 100% Pure Konjac Angel Cloth, $16

In case you're new to my blog, I've been using Konjac sponges for a couple years. They're a little weird looking & there are quite a few different varities of sponges depending on what your skin needs.  This is the first one I've seen in the shape of a fan.  When it's wet, it expands into the shape of a wash cloth.  The texture is light and spongey.  You can use it to wash your face with or without cleanser, which makes it really great for travel. I love the shape of this one and would definitely purchase it in the future.

Here's a blog post I did a while ago on another konjac sponge I tried.


Let me know if you would love any in-depth reviews of these products!


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