Beauty

Cruelty Free Makeup Look

Hello my lovelies!

 

CrueltyFreeFace

 

Today’s post is not really a tutorial, but a list of products I used on my face that are cruelty free! I know that cruelty free has been a bit of a “trend” lately, so to speak, so I decided to step out of my creative box and try to round up products that I already own for a full face.

 

 

A small bit of info on the products I will be using:

  • All of the products used on my face are CRUELTY FREE, however, not all products are specifically noted as VEGAN. Cruelty Free ONLY products will be underlined, and COMBINATION products will be in bold.
  • All brands used are either self-described as cruelty free, or certified cruelty free. If I made a mistake, I’m sorry!
  • Some parent companies of these brands are NOT cruelty free, but the brands themselves are. I will denote these individual brands with an asterisk (*) in case this is important to you in particular.
  • At least ONE of these brands is not certified to my knowledge, however, consulting the website and ingredient list has led me to believe that they are a cruelty free brand.
  • Not ALL of my beauty tools are cruelty free, however, I am very pleased that my beloved BeautyBlender is!

 

While you’re reading this, keep in mind that using or not using cruelty free and/or vegan makeup does not make you a good or bad person in particular. You are in control of your own choices and finances, and you have every right to spend your money on products how you choose. I am not doing this post to shame those who do not follow the cruelty free and/or vegan lifestyle, rather to challenge myself and learn more about the products I use. This post is in no way implying that I will be throwing away my unapproved beauty products. I use products that are good for ME, regardless of where they come from, and everyone should feel free to do the same!

 

I digress. I hope you guys find this product list interesting, and maybe you’ll learn a lot of new things about how makeup is made, just like I did!

 

Cruelty free full face products:

  • Foundation: Too Faced Born This Way Foundation* – The individual brand Too Faced has been a member of PETA’s cruelty free program since 2001. However, Estee Lauder, their parent company, is not certified cruelty free because it is a company that sells in China, where animal testing is required.

 

  • Concealer: Tarte Shape Tape Contour Concealer* – The individual brand Tarte is a member of PETA’s cruelty free program. However, KOSE, their parent company, is not certified cruelty free because it is a company that sells in China, where animal testing is required.

 

  • Under Eye Setting Powder: NYX HD Finishing Powder in Banana* – The individual brand NYX has been a member of PETA’s cruelty free program since 2010. However, L’oreal, their parent company, is not certified cruelty free because it is a company that sells in China, where animal testing is required.

 

  • All Over Setting Powder: Too Faced Cocoa Powder Foundation* – Exact same information as mentioned above with the foundation!

 

  • Contour/Bronzer: NYX Highlight and Contour Pro Palette* – Exact Same information as mentioned above with the under eye setting powder!

 

  • Blush: Tarte Amazonian Clay 12-Hour Blush* – Exact Same information as mentioned above with the concealer!

 

  • Highlight: Jeffree Star Cosmetics Skin Frost in Eclipse – Jeffree Star Cosmetics is a cruelty free and vegan brand, and has been since its conception. The brand is a member of PETA’s cruelty free program.

 

  • Eyebrows: Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Definer – Anastasia Beverly Hills is a cruelty free brand. The brand is a member of PETA’s cruelty free program.

 

  • Eyeshadow: Jeffree Star Cosmetics Androgyny Palette – Exact same information as mentioned above with the highlight!

 

  • Mascara: Marc Jacobs Velvet Noir Mascara – Marc Jacobs Beauty is a cruelty free brand, however, its sister company, Marc Jacobs, is NOT. The brand is not certified by any cruelty free organisation, however it is listed in many of their databases as a cruelty free brand.

 

  • Eyeliner: Colourpop Creme Gel Liner in Get Paid – Colourpop Cosmetics is a cruelty free brand. The brand is a member of PETA’s cruelty free program.

 

  • Lipstick: Jeffree Star Cosmetics Lip Ammunition in Androgyny – Exact same information as mentioned above with the highlight!

 

  • Lipgloss: Anastasia Beverly Hills Lipgloss in Gilded – Exact same information as mentioned above with the eyebrows!

 

That’s all I have for you guys today. Please remember to like, comment, and subscribe, it really helps me out. Also don’t forget to have a fantastic start to your week.

 

Stay beautiful!

 

 

Disclaimer: I will never edit my pictures in a way that misrepresents my natural weight and body type. Some Links may be affiliate links. All opinions are my own.

 

 

 

 

 

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