If you have dry epidermis, then you need a correct moisturized base. Or even alternatively use necessary oil before applying the muse.
Best part is surely the actual pricing point and also decent shade selection – available in 16 various colors.
Best Cruelty Free Vegan Makeup Brands
Cruelty Free Drugstore Cosmetics Brands:
Jason Naturals – This is another one that’s been around forever – and for good reason. They have great shampoo/conditioner, dental products, lotion and body wash.
Burt’s Bees – You guessed it already! This earth-friendly skincare line totally supports no testing on animals. Power to the bees…. Err the non-stinging ones at least. (Update on cruelty free status.)
Eco-Tools – All of the brushes and tools are synthetic – no animal fur or animal testing here!
nügg – Get your single use cruelty free face masks while you’re picking up your drugstore necessities.
Giovanni – Cruelty free hair products are hard to find in drugstores, but you should be able to find Giovanni at most drugstores and big chain stores.
Tom’s of Maine – Cruelty free toothpaste, mouthwash, soap, lotion and body wash for the whole family! I’ve been using Tom’s of Maine for about 20 or so years now! The brand is now owned by Clorox (not cruelty free), but they remain cruelty free.
Physicians Formula – It seems like a no brainer that the skin-sensitive cosmetic brand would be an advocate of not testing on our furry friends. They have a great bronzer and highlighter selection.
SheaMoisture – You can find hair products and soaps and lotions for every type at your local drugstore, Target or Wal-Mart. They also have makeup and baby products.
Orly – Cruelty free and vegan nail polish! Yasssss!
Pixi Beauty – One of my faves. You can find these bunny-approved products at Target.
Andalou Naturals – amazing skincare at reasonable prices.
Bonne Belle – Yes! Those LipSmackers are bunny-friendly!
Every Man Jack – This is one of my fiance’s favorites, and a very popular line of skincare and shaving products for men. Find ’em at Target and Wal-Mart.
Jordana – This budget beauty line has some amazing lipsticks and glosses.
Crazy Rumors – Everyone’s favorite vegan lip balm!
Dr. Teal’s – If you need a long soak in the bath, these bath salts will hit the spot.
Ulta House Brand – If you shop at Ulta, you can pick up their budget-friendly color cosmetics.
ustralian Gold – a cruelty free sunscreen brand you can count on to keep your skin healthy!
Amope – A cruelty free brand for foot care – finally!
Ardell – Beautiful cruelty free false lashes in every style from office-friendly to va va voom!
Duo Lash Glue – A false lash lover’s favorite – all cruelty free.
Dickinson’s – If you’re a witch hazel girl or guy, you’re in luck – it’s cruelty free!
Kiss My Face – An oldie but a goodie! Their body lotions and soaps are some of the best out there.
Yes to Carrots – Yes To can fulfill your every skincare need – find it at drugstores everywhere!
Flower Beauty – Drew Barrymore’s line is available at Wal-Mart store.
Pacifica – So many vegan options and their packaging is SO pretty!
Certain Dri – If natural deodorants don’t work for you, this is a cruelty free antiperspirant option!
Desert Essence – Bath and body products with natural ingredients like coconut oil, jojoba oil and tea tree oil.
NYX – How’s your highlight game? NYX has really upped their game lately – tons of Instagram-friendly makeup. NYX is now owned by L’Oreal (not cruelty free) but they remain cruelty free.
EO Products – You can get hand soap, body wash, skincare, shampoo, and other products with natural essential oils.
J.R. Watkins – I’m a huge fan of their body wash, soap, lotion AND cleaning products. They have been around forever, the packaging is gorgeous and the formulas are all-natural.
Pur Cosmetics (PurMinerals) – They have some amazing mineral makeup options!
Nuance by Salma Hayek (exclusive to CVS) has a large line of color cosmetics, skincare and nail polish – all cruelty free!
Essence – Yay! A budget makeup line that has some great selections. I really liked their highlighter!
Wet ‘n Wild – My makeup must when I was a teen – I even have an old palette with an amazing bronze eyeshadow that I can’t bring myself to throw away! Wet ‘n Wild makes a great product if you are looking to stretch your buck and feel good about yourself, since Wet ‘n Wild does not test on animals! They also have great nail polish.
ELF – Everyone loves ELF! They have a ton of options and the price is RIGHT.
Milani is cruelty free and has shades for every skin tone!
Sonia Kashuk – You can find this makeup artist inspired brand at Target.
Kiss Lashes – Budget friendly false lashes and lash glue in TONS of styles. I like the faux mink the best!
Derma E – If you can find this one at your local drugstore or Ulta, definitely check out their skincare options. Everything is cruelty free and vegan. I’m obsessed with their Microdermabrasion Scrub.
The best cruelty free drugstore make-up and beauty products
Olay – Sorry if this is one of your current faves, but sadly Olay tests on creatures.
Crest – Seldom buy toothpaste out of this animal tester.
Cover Girl – Coming from lash blast for you to lip shine, CG’s NatureLuxe and extreme blasters are regrettably tested on creatures. (Update – Handle Girl is now Swinging Bunny certified cruelty free! )
Maybelline – Turns out the actual “Great Lash” is not that great. Maybelline really does test on pets.
L’Oreal – There are other cosmetic brands available that offer a similar real match philosophy, so we don’t need an individual. L’Oreal does examination on animals.
Revlon – Revlon is simply not cruelty free
Almay – Almay is actually owned by Revlon and does 3rd party screening
Hawaiian Tropic – Ugggh – the idea scents so excellent, nevertheless it’s not rudeness free.
Sally Hanson – Sadly – their nail polish and treatments are generally tested on creatures.
OPI – These people were cruelty free, but not anymore…
Banana Boat – We all need sunscreen, but miss this brand.
Rimmel London – Rimmel is a superb brand, but not rudeness free.
Neutrogena – We are disappointed the #1 skin cleaning brand takes a yay on the niche. Neutrogena does test in animals.
Aveeno – The “natural” vibe of this brand could make you believe it’s cruelty free. Regretfully, it is no