A long time ago, I wrote a post about my favourite drugstore brands. I haven’t done another brand related post, so I thought it was time for another one.
This time, it’s about brands who are cruelty-free, meaning they don’t test on animals. These brands are all fairly big, and will be a mixture of drugstore, mid-range and more high-end brands.
NYX is a drugstore brand, on top of being cruelty free. I’ve heard that the company has been bought by L’Oreal (which is not cruelty free), but from what I know, it seems like NYX itself is still cruelty free. They have incredible products at affordable prices and I’m keen to try more from them!
Their NYX Soft Matte lip cream is a cult favourite in the beauty world for it’s amazing creamy formula! It’s my favourite, and I keep meaning to buy another one, but I’m trying to curb my spending urges. I also have a few of the NYX lingerie liquid lipsticks, and while I don’t like the formula as much, it’s still better than other liquid lipsticks I’ve tried. The only other NYX product I’ve tried is their Photo-Loving Primer. I’m keen to try the Pore Filler one as well.
Wet’n’Wild is another drugstore brand which I hear a lot about. They have recently become available in department stores here in New Zealand which is exciting. On top of the brand being cruelty-free, a lot of their products are vegan too!
The first product I bought from them was their MegaGlo highlighter. I was searching for a good drugstore highlighter, and this one was recommended by everyone! It’s definitely amazing and so affordable! I have two of their brushes, including the crease brush which I use for blending. They’re amazing, and again so affordable! I intend to get more, so I can grow my collection.
So I don’t think I can label Colour Pop as drugstore, but they aren’t high-end either. They are pretty affordable, and have an amazing range of products. Like Wet’n’wild, most of their products are vegan.
I first heard of ColourPop because of their eyeshadows. I received a super shock shadow from a subscription box, and I was blown away by how pigmented and creamy it was. I’ve since bought a few palettes from them, and I’m still blown away. They have so many different palettes to choose from. On top of that, I have heard lots of good things about their lipsticks, highlighters and concealer! It’s safe to say, that this brand is amazing!
Tarte is definitely on the higher-end of this list price wise, but they’re probably my favourite brand on this list. Their products are cruelty-free, hypoallergenic and vegan. On top of that, they’re always amazing quality, and long lasting. I’ve been so impressed by every single product I’ve bought from them.
Just by looking at the picture, you can see how much I love them. I didn’t actually realize how much Tarte products I had until I grabbed them all together. I still want more really. Their eyeshadows have pretty much no fallout when I put them in, and again are really pigmented. I still prefer Colour Pop at the moment though. But Tarte can’t be beat when it comes to their Shape Tape concealer or liquid liners. They have become my holy grail. You guys may also know that I love their Lip Paint, and I have no issues with their mascara or finishing powder either. I just love them. I do have to exercise caution though, as I can get carried away when I buy products from them, and it can add up.
There’s lots of other brands who are also cruelty-free, but these are personal favourites of mine. I plan to keep supporting them, and buying more of their products!
What’s one of your favourite cruelty-free brands?
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