Anastasia Beverly Hills recently launched new shades of their classic liquid lipsticks that were a new formulation. Not only is ABH a cruelty-free brand, but most of these new shades also happen to be vegan! In this video I try on and share swatches of five different Anastasia Vegan Liquid Lipsticks.
Included in the Anastasia Vegan Liquid Lipsticks Try On & Swatches video are:
- Anastasia Beverly Hills Liquid Lipstick in Ashton
- Anastasia Beverly Hills Liquid Lipstick in Soft Lilac
- Anastasia Beverly Hills Liquid Lipstick in Kathryn
- Anastasia Beverly Hills Liquid Lipstick in Catnip
- Anastasia Beverly Hills Liquid Lipstick in Dolce
Other Anastasia Vegan Liquid Lipstick shades are Crush (Soft beige), Madison (Vibrant plum magenta), Naked (Light peachy nude), Rio (Blue-toned hot pink), and Stripped (Neutral beige nude). Currently most shades of the Anastasia Beverly Hills liquid lipsticks are not vegan because they are made using an older formulation. I’ve confirmed with Anastasia Beverly Hills that these shades are all free of beeswax, carmine, and other animal ingredients.
Which shades of the Anastasia Vegan Liquid Lipsticks are your favorites?
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Would you happen to know if the new ABH Liquid Lipstick in Allison is vegan? 🙂
Has ABH ever given you a complete list of their vegan products? Any info would be great.
I wish they’d make Heathers vegan, but I guess it’s a start!
I love Anastasia and I love you! Thank you for continuously updating your list of cruelty free and vegan brands and making videos! I’m an aspiring youtuber and your website has helped me find products that I can use that are vegan and cruelty free! Of course I check with the brand as well but your site has it going on! Thank you <3
I actually clicked on the link to the lipsticks and checked the ingredients. Naked and Stripped have beeswax in it and might also possibly contain carmine. Is that an error on the Sephora website?
It is. Those ingredients are in the original formulations, but not in the new shades. Sephora has not updated the ingredient lists on their site to include the shades with a new formulation, which are the vegan shades. ABH confirmed that these shades do not contain beeswax, carmine, or any other animal ingredients.