HOW CRUELTY FREE IS MY MAKEUP BAG?

Hello and welcome to my blog! In todays post, I’m going to be discussing the makeup products I use regularly and whether they are cruelty free or not. I’ve tried to include as much information as possible, and hope that you find it useful. I also want to say that I believe that you should finish your products before re-buying a cruelty free/vegan alternative as to not waste it.

here is a great resource you can use for searching if brands are cruelty free or not. 

Firstly, I currently use the smash-box photo-finish primer which is cruelty free in the UK however they are owned by Estee Lauder and the brand sells in China, meaning that they partake in animal testing on a whole. Due to this, once my tube has finished, I’ll be replacing it with a cruelty free alternative – please let me know your recommendations!

If I then decide to wear foundation, I use the NYX HD finish foundation in sand beige. NYX itself is cruelty free and PETA endorsed however it is owned by L’oreal who does sell products in China. I’m on the lookout for a more full-coverage foundation for after this one has run out, so if you have any fully vegan recommendations — please let me know!

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In regard to my eye area makeup, I use glossier’s boy brow and lash slick mascara. Glossier is cruelty-free and doesn’t sell their products in China. I would totally recommend their skincare products too! You can click here for 10% off Glossier*. Some other mascaras that I have in my makeup bag are from Clinique and Benefit which are both cruelty free in the UK but sell their products in China, and so I won’t be re-purchasing those products after they’ve run out. If I want a more full look on my brows, I sometimes use this powder from HD Brows who are cruelty free and do not sell their products in China. When I’m feeling fancy, I use this eyeliner from Doucce which is cruelty free and not available to buy in China. 

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I also use Glossier’s cloud paint in Puff for blush, and this powder highlighter from Illamasque who is cruelty free and doesn’t sell their products in china, and sometimes I use this Jeffree Star Cosmetics liquid highlight which is also cruelty free. If I use contour, I use this bronzer from HD Brows (cruelty free — see above). 

Finally, I use a few lip products. I use the glossier balm dot com for my lip balm, but in regard to lip stick, my favourite is this palette from Rouje which is cruelty free. I also have a few lipsticks from MAC and Lipstick Queen which are cruelty free in the UK however I won’t be re-buying them due to the companies selling their products in China. 

I hope this is useful to anyone who is trying to start using cruelty free products and gives you some swaps you can make. 

Please let me know any cruelty-free products or brands that you recommend in the comments below. 

Bye for now! 

Disclaimer: This post does not contain any paid advertisements or gifted products however it may contain affiliate links which are marked with a *. This means I may earn a commission from any purchase at no extra cost to you. 

 

 

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