True Beauty Box Delivers On Spring Trends

True Beauty Box for March My True Beauty Box was super yummy this month! Love True Natural sends me one beauty box each month to review and I just love opening them up.  It is such a treat and this month did not disappoint. True Beauty Box is a natural beauty product subscription, curated monthly by a different green beauty pro.  The products in this box were chosen by Letitia Elizabeth of new online natural beauty mag Lillie Magazine. That’s the box in the pic at top.  So pretty.  I am subscribed to the Flirt box, but you can also sign up for  Veganista (featuring vegan products, as the name implies) or Indulge. Back to my Flirt box.  The folks at Love True Natural do a great job of coordinating products to your specific profile.   And knowing that everything in the box is natural makes this subscription a no-brainer.  Try out different organic products each month!

Benecos Eyebrow Pencil from Love True Natural
Benecos Eyebrow Designer

My fave product from this month’s box?  Has to be the Benecos Eyebrow Designer pencil.  Super defined eyebrows are on trend this season, and nothing does a better job of that than a good eyebrow pencil.  My eyebrows are pretty dark, so I don’t usually use a pencil on them and was a little worried it would rub off.  No problem, this pencil adds definition, depth, and totally stays put.  Plus, at $10 it is a steal.

Lavera Makeup Remover from Love True Natural
Lavera Gentle Makeup Remover

How to get the pencil off of your eyebrows?  Lavera Gentle Makeup Remover, which they so kindly included.  This product is super gentle, so safe for eye area, and works like a charm. Other products in this month’s box:  True Natural Organic Soap – Sweet Grapefruit, Lavera Basis Lip Balm, and sachets of True Natural Self Tanner and Baby & Family Sunscreen.

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