16 Cruelty-Free Beauty Brands You Should Know About
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Charlotte Tilbury cosmetics are pretty high-quality, and the prices reflect that too, but the products are really good. They don’t test finished products or ingredients on animals, and nor do their suppliers. And if you are looking for a foundation that works magic on combination skin and comes in a wide range of colours, then the Magic Foundation is a great option.
Nanshy brushes are 100% cruelty-free, vegan, and synthetic. The brushes are so well priced and allow you to apply makeup flawlessly.
Becca is one of the few high-end brands that are not only cruelty-free, but also actively participating in research to prove that cruelty-free methods are more relevant and reliable. All its trials are conducted on paid volunteers and neither Becca nor any company connected to it tests on animals. Oh and side note: Its green corrector works wonders on covering redness, and its lavender corrector is great for dull and sallow skin tones.
Nail polishes that are vegan-friendly, cruelty-free, and really pretty. The Nailberry range also has added UV filters, which keeps discolouration and yellowing under control. Happy days!
11. Lottie London
Lottie London is a brand that mostly makes cute AF nail polishes and makeup brushes. The brand is cruelty-free and the brushes are made with synthetic hair, making them vegan-friendly and easy to take care of.
12. Shea Moisture
Shea Moisture is the stuff of every natural-haired girl's dreams. The brand prides itself in using organic and natural ingredients, being eco-friendly and cruelty-free, and supporting fair trade. So much goodness.
Neither the products nor the ingredients are tested on animals, and the makeup range is so good and loved by plenty of budget beauty bloggers. What else can you ask for?