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Monday, September 28, 2015

A Note on Vegan Beauty Brands

A Note on Vegan Beauty Brands

A few weeks ago I posted a list of Vegan nail polish brands, I was then asked if I could do something similar in terms of beauty brands. Luckily I have a friend who is Vegan and adores beauty, not only is she a great source of information in such field but someone I can turn to, when I want to try something new. I may not be Vegan, I am however forever intrigued by new brands, concepts and the chance to learn.

Below is a list of beauty brands that offer Vegan products - some are entirely Vegan, others offer a limited range of products for Vegans. If you are Vegan, I would suggest reading the label on all products and if in doubt reaching out directly to the brand.



A.
Aesop
Anastasia Beverly Hills

B.
B. (Superdrug own brand)
Barry M
Batiste
BareMinerals
Ben Nye
Becca
By Terry
Burts Bees

C.
Cargo
Chantecaille
Charlotte Tilbury
Color Pop
Cover FX

D.
Dermalogica

E.
E.L.F
Embryolisse
Eyeko
Essence

G.
Gosh

H.
Hourglass

I.
Illamasqua
Inglot

J.
Jane Iredal
Josie Maran

K.
Korres
Kat Von D

L.
Lime Crim
Living Proof
Lush

M.
Manic Panic
Make Up Geek
Milani
Murad

N.
NARS
NYX

O.
OCC

P.
Paula's Choice
Paul Mitchell
Pixi
Pur Minerals

R.
REN

S.
Sugarpill
Superdrug own brand

T.
Tarte
The Balm
The Body Shop
Too Faced

U.
Urban Decay

W.
Wen
Wet n Wild

V.
Victoria's Secret

As mentioned above I am not Vegan, rather I have worked from a list supplied from a friend. If you happen to know of any other brands that should be indexed above, please let me know and in the same vain should any need to be removed, I will happily oblige.






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13 comments:

  1. Great list :) The Body Shop are particularly helpful. They keep a vegan list behind their tills so you can always ask to check something. Urban Decay also put a purple paw logo on all vegan products to make ot easier to check labels. The hardest thing to find usually is lipstick as they usually contain lanolin amd/or beeswax. There are a few brands on your list that do test on animals though, and no vegan would use a brand that used animal testing methods based on the ingredients alone.

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    1. Hey :) that is such a cool idea by Urban Decay! Which of the brands above test on animals if you don't mind me asking? I would really like to remove them from the list please? Thank you :) x

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  2. What a great list! Your posts are always so helpful x
    http://my--socalledlife.blogspot.com.es/

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  3. This is amazing, and great to see so many of my favourite brands on here - thank you!

    Lauren x
    Britton Loves | Lifestyle Food Beauty

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  4. This is a great post! I am loving bloggers that are making us more aware of vegan and animal cruelty free products. It makes you think more before you buy something!

    Zinita
    Beauty & the Payroller

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  5. It's so nice to see so many famous brands on this list! So helpful for those who love beauty and animals!

    Lucy // a little of lucy

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  6. This is such a great list! I've been wanting to buy more vegan makeup, so I'll be sure to bookmark this!

    xoxo
    http://www.hellohimawari.com/

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  7. This is such a great. I have been trying to make my make up collection more vegan friendly. I will be sure to check these out.

    Beth x
    www.hellobeth.co.uk

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  8. Great list! I hope some brands will begin to change their products so more are vegan.

    http://www.abigailalicex.com

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  9. I had no idea that some of my favourite brands were vegan, makes me appreciate them even more!

    Sara - She Who Is Short

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  10. how can burt's bees be vegan? i thought they used honey or beeswax or something. hence the name...
    and paula's choice have some products with non-vegan ingredients in them. the hydralight spf, for example.
    i am puzzled.

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    1. Hello :) they have some products that are vegan and others that aren't - that's why I suggested double checking each product just to be sure! I hope that helps x

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  11. It's so nice and refreshing to see so many beauty brands being vegan, thanks for letting me know some that I wasn't aware :) great idea for a blog x

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