Cruelty Free Make Up & Beauty
If you've read my blog before, you probably know that I love animals - I have two dogs. Unfortunately, it is difficult to be addicted to make up and beauty products and not purchase some products that have been tested on animals. Also, often even if a brand is cruelty free, they may be part of a company who does test on animals, so a lot of people argue by buying those products you are still contributing to a non-cruelty free company. So I will not claim that I only buy cruelty free products, but I am usually drawn to brands that do not test on animals. So here is a list of the companies that are cruelty free:
I think most people are aware that The Body Shop are cruelty free as they make this quite well known. Again, although they are owned by L'Oreal, The Body Shop products are cruelty free. I've also got a blog post on my favourite Body Shop products.
Make Up Geek is very popular in America and I can see why - their eyeshadows are the best you can get in my opinion! I've written a blog post on Make Up Geek eyeshadows if you want to check it out.
9. Kat Von D