Well, here we are at the start of 2018 (where did 2017 go???) and at this time of year we are all looking to make New Years resolutions. This year why not pledge to go cruelty free for 2018. I’m not suggesting you bin everything you have straight away, no, just, as you run out of products replace them with those from cruelty free brands. Or if you are looking to buy new makeup make the decision to buy from brands that are cruelty free.
It’s never been easier to buy cruelty free products the difficulty is choosing what to buy!!! Well, I am here to give you a little help. Below is a guide to brands that are easily available here in the UK on the high street or online that are all cruelty free and a lot have vegan options.
If you have any cruelty free favourite brands that aren’t on here then please let me know!
High End – Anastasia Beverly Hills, Besame, Blinc, Charlotte Tilbury, Chantecaille, Cover FX, Delilah, Face Atelier, Hourglass, Jane Iredale, Marc Jacobs (makeup only, perfume is not) Nude Stick, Trinny London
If you want to go a bit further and add some green/organic makeup in there these brands are worth a look at.
Green Beauty – Alima, Axioligy, Benecos, Colorisi, Couleur Caramel, Ere Perez, Fresh Therapies (nail varnish remover), Hynt Beauty, Inika, Ilia, Jane Iredale, Juice Beauty, Kjaer Weis, Lily Lolo, Neve, Nui, Pacifica, Ritual de Fille, RMS, Tata Harper, Vapour, Zao Makeup.
Beauty Bay – the only place that stocks Makeup Geek In the UK but they do have other cruelty free brands like Anastasia Beverly Hills, Blinc, Cover FX
Content Beauty – if you are lucky enough to live in London go visit, it’s a glorious candybox of all things green and organic. If like me you don’t you will find beauties like Ilia, RMS and Vapour online.
Cult Beauty – lots of cruelty free brands can be found here from NYX to Tata Harper.
Love Lula – everything is cruelty free and a lot is either green or organic too. They also do a fab monthly beauty box.
Naturisimo – a real department store for green beauty. Not everything is cruelty free but a huge amount is.
Glow Organic – as small boutique site run by a makeup artist. They stock some great niche brands like Zoa and Nui