Last year I managed to pick up the second Cult Beauty Starter Kit (worth over £70) which sold out within days (see my Cult Beauty Start Kit review) and I for one was very pleased with the selection/contents of the box.
So, when Cult Beauty dropped their latest box this morning, which is still in stock for now, I know I had to tell you about it.
Read below for box content breakdown and if I think it’s as good as the last Cult Beauty Starter Kit!
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Much like the last box and the one before that, The Cult Beauty Starter Kit is like dipping your toes into the best of the best of Cult Beauty without hurting your bank account! The new box contains five products for only £30 (with free delivery) but is worth over £95! Such a steal!
This year there is also a selection of shades to pick from which is a nice touch!
Classed as the ‘Holy Grail’ heroes the Cult Beauty beauty box contains popular brand names such as Charlotte Tilbury, Benefit and Laura Mercier along with feeling a little more focused towards summer with an SPF.
The Cult Beauty Starter Kit contains:
Benefit BADgal BANG Mascara (full size – worth £22.50)
Charlotte Tilbury Collagen Lip Bath in ‘Peachy Plump’ (full size – worth £25)
Laura Mercier Caviar Stick Eye Colour in the choice of 4 shades (travel size – worth £13)
Herbivore Lapic Balancing Facial Oil (full size – worth £22)
Supergoop Unseen Sunscreen SPF 30 (travel size – worth £15)
For me, any beauty box that contains a full-size Charlotte Tilbury product is an instant winner! I mean how dreamy does this lip product look?
However, I will be personally be giving this starter kit a miss as I’m sadly not a fan of the Benefit’s BAGgal Bang mascara – just no volume and with a ‘wet’ formula I found.
But, I certainly love the fact you can pick the shade of the Laura Mercier Cavier Skin Eye Colour (plus its a 1g travel size and the full size is 1.6g) with a choice of four pretty neutral shades. And both the Herbivore Facial Oil and Supergoop Sunscreen are great additions, perfect for the summer months, that have me intrigued.
All in all, this is a great money-saving box with some high-quality makeup and skincare products.
Cult Beauty has also just dropped their first-ever Cult Beauty Men’s Starter Kit, again priced at £30 and with a saving of £70. The box contains a whopping seven products and while there is a shaving cream and deodorant it’s more skincare focused and pretty unisex!
Let me know if the new Cult Beauty Box has interested you! For me, this starter kit isn’t as good as the last one simply because I didn’t get on with Benefit’s BADgal Mascara, but there’s no denying this is a bargain beauty box if you love your premium beauty products!