Cruelty Free Cosmetics 

Happy Saturday Lovelies and Happy Earth Day! I thought today I would talk about some of my favorite cruelty free and vegan beauty brands. Now given some of the brands parent companies aren’t cruelty free but the specific brand itself is.

  •  Tarte: Tarte has always been a favorite of mine, my favorite product is their Amazonian Clay 12-hour Full Coverage Foundation and also Lights, Camera, Lashes Mascara. 
  • Urban Decay: I have a few favorites from them including Perversion Mascara, De-Slick setting spray, Vice lipstick, and Vice Special Effects Lip Topcoats.  
  •  Anastasia of Beverly Hills: A few favorites are Modern Renaissance Palette, Liquid Lipsticks, Lip Gloss, Aurora Glow Kit.  
  •  Cover FX: My favorite product from them is the Perfect Setting Powder. 
  •  Bite Beauty: This brand is at Sephora, and their lip products are amazing and the lipsticks are so pigmented.  
  •  NYX Cosmetics: This has to be my favorite drugstore brand. I love all the lip products.   
  •  ELF Cosmetics: ELF is a good brand, given they have some misses, but they are so affordable. I have always loved what I’ve purchased from them.  

So those are some of my favorite Cruelty Free cosmetics. What are some of y’all favorite cruelty free cosmetics? Do you you know how to check? If you don’t ask me and I’ll send you the links. Until Next Time!💋

2 thoughts on “Cruelty Free Cosmetics ”

  1. Some companies say they don’t test on animals but they have countries like China do the testing for them…..then they can say WE DON’T TEST OUR PRODUCTS ON ANIMALS.


    1. In China it’s a requirement to test on animals for sale in that country. However there are some brands that aren’t sold in China simply for that reason. There are also brands that are vegan and cruelty free like Tarte Cosmetics but their “mother” company isn’t cruelty free. It all depends on the specific brand. I am very aware of China’s INSANE and CRUEL practices they use for Cosmetics. I DO NOT agree with it one bit. When it comes to stuff like this it depends on the brand and their actual willingness to be totally cruelty free, even if that means not selling to certain countries.


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