Oh my gosh, Becky. Look at that box. Petit Vour is a $15 a month luxury beauty subscription service, which highlights high end cruelty free and vegan products. It is a box I am quickly falling in deep, deep love with.
May was my first Petit Vour box. The first product was Aromi Lip Gloss in Rouge. I'm not a gloss fan, and the metallic color in the bottle wasn't appealing. However, when applied the color looses some of the metal sheen and turns into a color that is surprisingly flattering. Bonus, it smells like a rice crispy treats. It is still a gloss texture, but I'm willing to deal. The Deep Steep Hand Cream in Bergamot and Grapefruit was the biggest surprise from the box. A hand cream, meh. Until you feel how quickly it sinks in! I'm sold on the formula, though I plan to pick it up in the rosemary and mint scent, as I have already collected a few of products in that scent. Another surprise was with the perfume sample from Harvey Prince in Hello. Perfume samples in subscription boxes are about as happily received as foil packets. However, the scent of this one was beautiful. I definitely see myself pick this one up. Last but not least, Paula's Choice Resist C15 Super Booster. I'm not sure if I see a difference in the brightness of my skin, but I have been looking for a serum to help me age gracefully and so far I have not reacted negatively to this.
June was a pure surprise box. The most exciting thing in the box has to be the NCLA 5 Free Luxury Nail Lacquer in Lets Stay Forever. The polish is a robins egg blue, not a color I would go out and purchase but it's beautiful on. The brush, however, is in rough shape, though its large size carried so much potential. There are quite a few bent bristles and how annoying for a luxury product to arrive damaged. With the Tay Rosehip Balancing Cleanser with Seabuckthorn Oil I was sold as soon as I read rosehip and seabuckthorn, my two favorite oils. It's a creamy concealer and smells like a ritzy spa. This next product I thought was a perfume sample but wound up being a facial oil. Mun No. 1 Aknari smells heavily of rose, one of my least favorite scents. I know! Call the beauty blogger police! It makes me gag, so I'm not going to be putting this on my face. The last two products in the mix are Evolvh UltraShine Moisture Shampoo & Conditioner in very good travel size. I'm planing to save these for a vacation in August. I want these to be amazing, because the scent is so pleasing and I need to have results to justify my want to splurge on them.
So far, this subscription is wonderful. I'm so pleased to get cruelty free products that aren't full of chemicals and I am already excited for next month.