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Summer Loves July 2014 Petit Vour Review

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Summer Loves July 2014 Petit Vour | Feed Your Skull

Our mission is to provide access to the best animal-free products and make kindness the standard in the luxury beauty market because we believe that animals shouldn’t have to sacrifice their lives for our pursuit of beauty. – Petit Vour

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Loved it/bought it since ★★★★ • Good stuff ★★★ • Not for me ★★ • Hated it ★

I began my subscription in April 2014.

Box Description: Set sail this summer with the crème de la cruelty-free. This month we’ve teamed up with vegan lifestyle blogger, Logical Harmony, to pick our must-haves for the ultimate summer beauty collection. Whether you’re just starting your collection or you’re a veteran beauty junkie. These high-performance picks are absolute winners for every babe.

Summer Loves July 2014 Petit Vour | Feed Your Skull

LVX – Nail Polish, Lolli – ★★★★

Value, $16

Description: No vanity is complete without the perfect pastel pink to polish your pretty pointers. Fun alliteration aside, we adore this runway-inspired, chip-resistent, toxin-free line. Pairs best with sand between your toes and a cool drink in hand.

Only recently did I fall in love with LVX for Orchid arrived in my March Vegan Cuts beauty box! They are vegan, cruelty-free, and 5-free brand which is a lot to be proud of. Lolli is a crisp pastel pink with a nice finish. Two coats for a flawless bottle look.

Available at AmazonLVX

Summer Loves July 2014 Petit Vour | Feed Your Skull

Modern Minerals – Mineral Eye Shadow, Anju – ★★★

Value, $12.50

Description: 50+ gorgeous shades, from shimmer to matte, created by a brand we trust through and through. Forget unnecessary fillers and parabens! Modern Minerals has mastered the science of mineral makeup all the while avoiding worrisome ingredients so we can rest easy. 

I don’t think my photo did this eye shadow justice. Anju is a beautiful shimmery tan with copper notes. I’m not very comfortable with loose shadows so we’ll see.

Anju is available as a limited edition at Petit Vour

Other colors are available at Modern Minerals

Pelle Beauty – Face Oil, Nourish – ★★★★

Full-sizes, $29-68

Description: Take your complexion to the next level by applying this nutrient-rich face oil to clean skin before makeup. Oil is highly concentrated, free of water, preservatives and synthetics. 

For normal to dry skin.  Rich in Vitamin E, antioxidants and essential fatty acids, Rosehip, Borage and Argan oils provide comfort and sustained moisture for your skin. It’s fortified with a high concentration of our custom blend of Rose and Lavender to nourish and renew your complexion. You are left with healthy looking skin.

Ingredients: Camellia sinensis seed oil, •Aleurites moluccana (Kukui) seed oil, Persea gratissima (Avocado) oil, •Argania spinosa (Argan) kernal oil, Rosa canina (Rosehip) Fruit oil, Borago (Borage) officinalis seed oil, Simmondsia chinensis (Jojoba) seed oil, Tocopherol (Vitamin E),  Rosa Damascena (Bulgarian Rose) Flower oil, Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) oil. Contains Nut Oils.

I know from Wayne Goss that a drop of oil mixed with foundation can make for a flawless finish. And I also know that the oil cleansing method and me are bffs when the winter months roll in. So far, rose water is really working at evening out my complexion it will be cool to see how this oil falls into the mix.

Available at AmazonPelle Beauty • Petit Vour

Schmidt’s – Lavender + Sage Deodorant – ★★

Full-size, $9

Description: If you’ve had bad experiences with natural deodorants, raise your hand. Everyone? Well, get excited because you’re about to become a believer. Apply this natural deodorant with your finger after you shower and go do your thing.

Pros. Smells delicious. It’s natural. They’re PDX based. It works.

Cons. It’s hard. Expensive. I would honestly love to know why I don’t love it as much as the next person. I’ve come across plenty of vegan bloggers that rave about it. I just don’t get it. Where my homemade (for pennies) version gets a little tough in the winter months, I can still use the top of my nail to scrape a serving off. I can’t get that to happen with Schmidt’s. It doesn’t soften easy in a warm armpit, it clumps and crumbles making a mess everywhere. I would say it’s people that live in warmer climates that love it—perhaps because it would always be a little bit soft then, but it was created in Portland—which isn’t tropical, but it isn’t frigid like Eastern Washington can get.


What are your favorite natural deodorants??

Interested in the Petit Vour sub box? “Inside your box, you’ll find 4 personalized beauty products for you to apply, blend, buff, lather, soak, and spray. The samples are generously sized (and sometimes full-sized!), with enough product for you to figure out if it’s right for you.” [more info here]

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