10 Cruelty-Free Makeup Brands
March 12, 2018 8:21 am
Unfortunately, plenty of makeup and beauty brands hide from us a very horrible truth. To make us pretty, they test on animals. The pictures are really disturbing but it’s actually happening in the industry and not many of us know. But if you like these wave of experiments to stop, you can help by using cruelty-free brands. Visit Peta, they have all the information you need about this topic. And the good news I’m bringing you a list of 100% cruelty-free makeup brands!
Let’s get this started!
A vintage style and “Pin-Up Girl” vibe from the 50’s. THE BALM is a high-end brand that doesn’t experiment with animals. They also have a makeup line, hair care line, skincare line and variety of nail polishes. Isn’t that great! And obviously, its products are great quality.
A popular brand in the Beauty Guru world is URBAN DECAY. This brand came to Peru about a year ago. Even after a lot of controversies, it remains a cruelty-free brand. Starring “The Naked Palettes” and plenty of eyeshadow colors, they also have a lot of different products. They just don’t experiment in animals but have a pet-friendly office too, so if you work there you can go with your pet.
L.A. GIRL promise us a great range of products and we cannot say ¡It is not true! Their concealers as the rest of its products come in many shades. You will not have a hard time finding your shade. The prices are very affordable and they have some great dupes from expensive brands and the quality is worth.
With 19 years in the business, NYX is one of my favorite brands and if we talk about variety they’re the number one, they export a lot of their products to Peru. In spite of being acquired from a not cruelty-free company, NYX is still a cruelty-free brand. Some of its products are eyeshadows, highlighters, concealers, lipsticks and more.
MILANI came about a year ago and although the prices aren’t really the same as in the US, they have a lot to offer such as eyeshadows, lipsticks, blushes, nail polishes and the list would be uncountable, but there’s more. As the rest of brands on this list, they don’t test on animals and you can check this information on its web.
Kiki was tired of not finding any the makeup she wanted to recreate the Instagram Baddie looks so popular back then. So one day she and her boyfriend decided to create Sparks Beauty. This brand is new in the business but already got recognized by a lot of Makeup Junkies. They hay plenty of lipsticks and brushes. But not just that, they opened their doors to other brands. So get hurry and get some of their products here.
CATRICE is a European brand for young women. But you know, there’s really no age for makeup. You can mix and match. The have lipsticks, makeup bases, eyeshadows and more. Can you believe they create 14 makeup collections per year ¡Thats a lot! Makeup Holics talk about the quality of this brand and their prices.
JORDANA many don’t know this but this brand has great quality products. My personal faves would be definitely the nail polishes and the matte lipsticks. But they also have plenty concealers, makeup bases, and other good quality stuff. Best of all, the prices are affordable.
A drugstore brand pretty much known for its prices. The range of its products is huge and they have a lot of eyeshadows, eyeliners, mascaras and more including nail polishes. As Catrice, they create inspired collections from time to time. You should check the reviews of their products on YouTube and the great thing! The prices are really low. CRAZY! Right?
Certified by Peta as cruelty-free and vegan, this brand count with products you’ll need for makeup. Such as makeup brushes, hair brushes, skin care products, bath products and more. Their philosophy is based on saving and supporting the environment, using bamboo fibers and cotton in their packages and renewable bamboo in their makeup brushes.
Here’s a couple of tips, so you know if a brand is cruelty free or not: All the brands selling their products on China do test on animals and to be sure a product hasn’t been tested on animal you can check behind on the description and look for the bunny stamp from Peta and other organizations that also defend the animal rights.
These are the different stamps you can look at products. There are more organizations and definitely more stamps. Want to know more? Like what hair care and personal care products are cruelty-free?