It's that time of the month & no, I don't mean that time of the month (though it's that time too)! It's Vegan Cuts Snack Box unboxing time! Woop Woop!
In case you haven't heard of Vegan Cuts, it's an online marketplace with discounted one-of-a-kind vegan items! Think of it like a cruelty-free Groupon! They have an awesome subscription service with a snack box & beauty box option (beauty box will be featured soon!) for only $19.95! This is an absolute steal considering the box is filled with goodies that are worth way more!
John & I agree to split each box depending on what we liked & I included a short review of my picks. I believe everyone's boxes were slightly different based on what was in stock, but you can check out what we got below!
* denotes favorites from our picks
Here are the 3 looks I created using the ELF Geo Palette! I used the different groups to create a look & yes, I used all the shades!
Today's review is on the ELF Geo Palette, part of a limited-edition collection available during the 2013 Holiday collection. There were some palettes that were larger & some that were smaller, but this one caught my eye & it was only $5.
Have you ever heard the quote "you are the average of the 5 people you surround yourself by"? It's a quote I hold very dear to me & so I'm cautious about the company I keep. However, this goes beyond the people you spend time with in real life - it also applies to social media.
I'm going to keep this post pretty brief because I've already discussed my thoughts on "health gurus" like Blogilates & Kayla Itsines. It's hard for me to make this decision because I've been a part of Tone It Up for so many years, but I can't continue to support a company that promotes animal products, unnecessary amounts of protein, & calorie restriction ("slim-downs").
With Spring right around the corner (according to many, already here), I wanted to share a review & makeup look using the ELF Elements Custom 4-Eyeshadow Palette, which I purchased from Target. The individual pan of shades were $1 each & the actual palette itself was $3. My Target no longer sells these, but they are definitely still available online!
here if you don't know what I'm talking about.
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