Best Cruelty Free Skincare, Makeup, and Hair Products

Best Cruelty Free Products

Here’s a list of some of my favorite cruelty free skincare, makeup, and hair products. Since, I’m new to becoming a cruelty-free advocate. I have been on the hunt for some good products. It’s been tough, but I have found many products that I fell in love with. These are products I used on myself and my clients. Everyone has different skin and hair issues, so be mindful that this may not work for you.

Everyone has a choice in life, I rather give my money to companies that are conscious. Some people may say that they’re not the ones who are hurting animals, but if you purchase products that are being tested on animal, then you are condoning it. They make money from the consumer, and WE ARE the consumer.

 

Skincare

Toner

cruelty free
Pixi Glow Tonic $15-$29

Occasionally I break out and have some scarring, and Pixi Glow Tonic helps exfoliate and evens out your skin tone.

 Pixi Beauty

Target

Facial Spray

 

cruelty free brands
MARIO BADESCU Facial Spray $7

Mario Badescu Rose Water Spray is great to use in your skincare regimen. My face is on the dry side, so I use this to lock my moisterizer in before I start my makeup, and afterwards to set my makeup to give it that natural glowy, radiant skin that I love.

Mario Badescu

Ulta

Moisturizer

cruelty free makeup
Embryolisse Lait-Crème Concentrè $16

This is literally the best moisturizer ever. It will bring life to ALL skin types. Especially, dry skin. I use to suffer with dry flaky skin and I swear this cured it. I use this every single day!

Embryolisse

Amazon

 

Makeup

Liquid Eyeliner

cruelty free hair products
Eyeko Skinny Liquid Eyeliner $22

I have oily eyelids and this eyeliner does not smudge and it stays in tack all day. I do recommend to using it with an eyeshadow primer.

Eyeko

Ulta

Mascara

cruelty free skincare
Blinc Mascara Amplified $26

This is a tube-technology mascara, meaning it will actually create small little tiny tubes that wraps around your eyelashes and will not smear.

Blinc

Sephora

Contour/Highlight

Conscious brands
Milani Contour & Highlight Duo $11

Since my skin is currently dry, I like to use liquids and creams. I use this in my daily routine to give my face an appearance of higher cheekbones with a touch of luminosity.

Milani

Target

Foundation

 

Conscious makeup
The Ordinary Serum Foundation $7

My philosophy is to wear foundation as if it’s imitating real skin so it looks like you’re not wearing anything at all. Therefore, I prefer foundations to be sheer to medium coverage with a dewy finish. I like to mix The Ordinary Serum Foundation with a illuminating primer.

 Deciem
Eyeshadow Primer

Conscious hair products
Urban Decay Eyeshadow Primer $12

Urban Decay’s eyeshadow primer is the best primer I have ever used. It prevents creases and help your eyeshadow have a longevity.

Urban Decay

Sephora

Eyeshadow

 

Conscious skincare
Urban Decay Naked Palette $54

Urban decay’s eyeshadow are so pigmented and it photographs so well so I love using this for weddings.

Urban Decay

Sephora

 

Hair

Shampoo/Conditioner

Conscious products
Hairstory New Wash $40

New Wash is game changer. As a hairstylist, I color my hair A LOT. Usually, I have to use a leave in conditioner, but with New Wash it’s shampoo, conditioner, and leave in conditioner in one. I LOVE IT!!

 Hair Story
Dry Shampoo

Beauty by Rosa Van
Kenra Dry Shampoo $17

My hair tends to weigh down and look flat, so I love to use this in between shampoos for more volume where is needed.

Ulta
Hairspray

Hairstylist and Makeup artist in Philadelphia and NYC
Loma Finishing Hairspray $19

We carry this in the salon where I work, it’s organic and smells like a dream. It’s lightweight and doesn’t get crunchy.

Amazon

 

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