100 Percent Cruelty Free And Vegan Makeup Brands
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100 Percent Cruelty Free And Vegan Makeup Brands

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100 Percent Cruelty Free And Vegan Makeup Brands

For the past year now my sister has only been using 100 percent cruelty free makeup brands. I have loved makeup my whole life, and have been involved in the makeup world professionally for about five years now. For a while I thought that using only cruelty free brands would limit my product selection, but the cruelty free makeup world has only gotten better and better over the years. Here are a list of some well-known 100 percent cruelty free brands! I have also added the vegan stamp for those that are 100 percent vegan! (*V)

1. Anastasia Beverly Hills

2. Beauty Blender (*V)

3. Ben Nye

4. Colorevolution (*V)

5. ColourPop

6. Concrete Minerals (*V)

7. Cover FX

8. Dose of Colors

9. E.L.F

10. Everyday Minerals (*V)

11. Illuminare Cosmetics (*V)

12. Jeffree Star Cosmetics (*V)

13. Kat Von D

14. Lime Crime (*V)

15. LVX (*V)

16. Lush

17. Milani

18. NYX

19. Physician's Formula

20. Sigma

21. Strobe Cosmetics (*V)

22. SugarPill

23. Tarte

24. The Body Shop

25. Too Faced

26. Wet'n'Wild

If you want to check up on what else is cruelty free and vegan, you can find an ongoing list at http://logicalharmony.net/cruelty-free-vegan-brand-list/. Logical Harmony updates this list weekly, and it's a great way to find more little well-known brands that might be a perfect fit for you! Cruelty Free Kitty also posts a list every year. You can find their 2016 list here http://www.crueltyfreekitty.com/ultimate-guide-to-...! Happy guilt free shopping!

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