Hey guys! Today I am sharing with you some cruelty free makeup products and brands. I think it is always a great idea to help out the planet and all animals. I think this is a small but easy and helpful step in that direction. I tried to combine high-end and drugstore so everyone could try them out. Enjoy, xoxo.
Too Faced– Natural Face Highlight, Blush, and Bronzing palette.
I have purchased a palette like the one above from Too Faced and I love it. It is handy to have all 3 products in one plaette and the colors are beautiful. I highly recommend.
Tarte– Amazonian Clay Blush
This is a subtle and bendable blush. It is around $30.
Too Faced– Hangover Primer
This primer provides a smooth base to apply my makeup over. It does make my makeup last longer and smells amazing. It is $34.
Anastasia Beverly Hills – Liquid Lipstick.
They have 40 different shades and are $20 each. They are a great choice for a matte lip. Personally, I don’t like matte so I put a gloss over it. I love Anastasia because it is easy to apply and doesn’t dry too quickly.
essence– XXL Shine Lip Gloss
This is the best lip gloss I have ever tried. This is the gloss I always use over my matte lipsticks. It isn’t sticky and is easy to apply. Highly recommend. It is around $3, a steal!
NYX– Butter Gloss
I feel like everyone already knows about this, but I’m mentioning it anyways. These are easy to apply and have very natural everyday shades. Love it. They are $5.
ELF– Expert Liner
When I wore winged eyeliner everyday in middle school and high school, I was always asked what eyeliner I used. This is it! It’s only $2 and it’s the best eyeliner I’ve ever tried. Highly recommend.
Tarte- Tartelette In Bloom Eyeshadow Palette
This is my current favorite eyeshadow palette. It has very natural and beautiful shades. It is $40.
Too Faced– Better Than Sex Mascara
This is hands down the best high-end mascara I have tried. It is $24.
Anastasia Beverly Hills bareMinerals Becca Buxom Essence
Physicians Formula Covergirl Colourpop First Aid Beauty elf
Hourglass Glossier Urban Decay Too Faced Tatcha Tarte
NYX Stila Smashbox Pixi
These aren’t even half of the cruelty-free makeup brands out right now. As you can see, there is a wide range from high-end to drug store brands. You don’t have to break the bank to help some animals. I think it is super easy to switch over your makeup products to all cruelty-free one’s. There are so many brands available and you can find dupes for the products you currently use. Make a quick google search when you’re buying a new product to check if it is creulty-free. It’s that easy!
Thanks for reading,