Good Morning All,
A few weeks ago I did a post on year two of being vegan and how my focus has gone from food to transitioning bath and body items to cruelty free/vegan products. To view the last post on bath and body products click here.
Today, I wanted to share some of the makeup brands that I have found recently. As I finish old products I have been trading them in for these cruelty free options.
- Live Clean Daily Moisturizer – $21.59 (Well.ca). I am totally in love with this face cream. It makes my face feel great and is keeps my skin hydrated all day. The price is a bit higher on this one, but the bottle is large and will last, even with daily use!
- Marcelle Make Up Remover – $14.95 (Shoppers Drugmart). I am super picky about make up remover, I hate when I use a brand and the next morning I still have makeup on. This one is great, it isn’t super oily and it takes everything right off. Marcelle has become a go to brand for me as they have a wide range of products and they are available in Shoppers Drugmarts!
- REALHER Eye Shadow – $35.57 (Online). So this one is a bit more than I would typically spend. I actually got this in a FabFitFun box that I was gifted. But you can buy direct from the Realher site. Regardless, a pallet like this will last me a long time so I was so excited to be able to try out these eye shadow colours!
- Marcelle Blush – $15.95 (Shoppers Drugmart). Like I mentioned, Marcelle is my go to brand. Being able to find it at a local store is key for me! I love this blush and they have a great selection of colours for everyone.
- Cargo_HD Bronzer $30.00 (Online). This is another one I got in my FabFitFun box, but I will definitely try again. If you search online you can also purchase this one direct from their site. It goes on so light and is perfect for getting that flawless look! Come winter time, this will be a daily staple in my makeup routine.
- GOSH Cosmetics ‘Show me Volume’ Mascara – $18.00 (Shoppers Drugmart). This one is actually a Shoppers brand and I love that they made their line of products completely cruelty free. Again, for me convince is key. There are cheaper brands in store, but I found GOSH to be middle of the road when it comes to pricing and to purchase it guilt free makes it worth the few extra dollars! Plus the brush on this one is AWESOME if you love big full eyelashes.
This is what I have changed over so far. I don’t wear a lot of makeup, but I do like my basics for everyday, so as I finish current products I am replacing them with brands like these. Like I mentioned in my last post, bring your phone shopping with you or do your research before hand, you will be surprised at how many mainstream brands are already cruelty free!
Until next time day dreamers.