Smashbox Vegan Products List – Find out what vegan products are offered by this cruelty-free brand.
Smashbox has a bit of a cult following in the beauty community. Their Photo Finish primer has been a makeup staple in the beauty kits of so many for years and years. When Smashbox was added to the cruelty-free brand list on Logical Harmony, there was an immediate request for a list of Smashbox vegan products. A lot of people are surprised when they found out that not only is Smashbox cruelty-free but that there are a lot of Smashbox vegan products as well.
Many readers of Logical Harmony have requested a list of Smashbox vegan products and I am very excited to finally be able to share it with you! I talked to Smashbox about the ingredients they use and they created this list of Smashbox vegan products for me to share with the readers of Logical Harmony. They thoroughly investigated all of their ingredients to come up with this list, and more will be added to it in the future.
Some of the most popular Smashbox vegan products are:
If you’re a consumer in the cruelty-free beauty space, you’ve come across Petit Vour at least once. They are likely the most well-known and popular cruelty-free beauty box subscription out there. Their online marketplace makes finding cruelty-free beauty products, home goods, and fashions easier than ever. Petit Vour was originally founded in 2012 by Madeline Alcott and Ryan Miner as a beauty subscription box.
We started Petit Vour with the hope of creating a beautiful space that showcased the very best of cruelty-free and vegan beauty. We wanted to make the discovery process super accessible and fun, but also wanted to prove that you don’t need to sacrifice performance or aesthetic when choosing cruelty-free. There are fantastic options and we made it our job to find them.
Petit Vour is known for picking not just cruelty-free brands and vegan products, but also for having really high-quality products that fit current beauty trends. The subscription box model grew quickly and allowed them to expand. It quickly evolved into a large online marketplace for cruelty-free brands carrying Logical Harmony Approved favorites like Au Naturale, 100% Pure, Eye of Horus, Lily Lolo, Ursa Major, OSEA, and many others.
If you’ve been reading Logical Harmony for a long time, you’ll remember when I curated a beauty box with them. Years later, I am still a part of their affiliate program and a customer as well. It’s been really excited to see how it’s changed, and I can’t wait to see what’s coming up next.
As they have grown and evolved over the years, they are now at a point where they are wanting to take the next steps. Through their WeFunder campaign, you have the chance to own a small piece of this quickly growing cruelty-free brand. I was curious about what this campaign meant for Petit Vour as a whole, for the future of the brand, and for those who invested. I figured that if I had these questions, others would as well.
I had a good talk with Petit Vour co-founders Madeline Alcott and Ryan Miner about what this campaign means for Petit Vour, and what it means for those looking to own a piece of this cruelty-free company.
In the last couple of days the cruelty-free community has been full of news about China supposedly ending required animal testing. Headlines were posted and rumors went flying. Did China end animal testing? Has China their laws to allow cosmetic brands sold in the country to avoid animal testing? Should we now consider cosmetic brands selling in China to be cruelty-free? To say people were confused would be an understatement. Many cruelty-free consumers began to celebrate what they believed to be a massive change in Chinese animal testing policy.
While there have been steps taken in China that are progress, most of what was being circulated was not accurate and very misleading.
While China has announced plans to reduce post-market animal testing of cosmetics, headlines claiming that China has ended animal testing are inaccurate and misleading. As a result of headlines claiming that China has ended required animal testing, I received a lot of messages from people telling me how excited they were and how they had gone out to purchase products from MAC, L’Oreal, NARS, and other brands known for testing on animals as they now believed those brands were cruelty-free. China has not banned animal testing. China has not ended animal testing.
So what exactly is going on with China? There’s still a lot of confusion and a lot of inaccurate information being spread. Headlines may have been corrected, but many are still sharing what they believe to be the truth based on the inaccurate headlines published by other sources earlier this week.
Read on to learn more and get all the details.
Many readers of Logical Harmony have requested a Too Faced vegan products list. Too Faced has long been known as a cruelty-free brand, but many people don’t realize how many Too Faced vegan products there are. It’s exciting to see their new releases because there are always vegan options included in each collection.
Using this guide from Logical Harmony, you can easily find the Too Faced vegan products. In fact, you may be surprised at just how many Too Faced products are vegan-friendly!
You can pick up Too Faced products from Sephora (shop all cruelty-free brands at Sephora), Ulta (shop all cruelty-free brands at Ulta), Cult Beauty (shop all cruelty-free brands at Cult Beauty), Beautylish (shop all cruelty-free brands at Beautylish) and more. If you’re shopping online, sign up for Ebates and get cash back on your purchases.
Some of the most popular Too Faced vegan products are:
A couple of times a year, the Too Faced semi-annual sale happens. This is a great time to stock up on some cruelty-free favorites or try something new from them. Since Too Faced is cruelty-free and has lots of vegan options, I wanted to create this easy guide for shopping the Too Faced semi-annual sale for you. It will take all the guess work out so you can know that you’re picking up Too Faced vegan products. In some cases, all shades of a product are on sale and in others only specific shades are on sale.
Normally, you can pick up Too Faced from Sephora (shop all cruelty-free brands at Sephora), Ulta (shop all cruelty-free brands at Ulta), Cult Beauty (shop all cruelty-free brands at Cult Beauty), Beautylish (shop all cruelty-free brands at Beautylish) and more.
These sale prices are exclusive to the Too Faced website and last for only a few days, so place your orders soon! The current sale runs until March 15, 2019.
Image via Too Faced on Instagram.
Are there cruelty-free brands at Beautylish? Let’s find out! For many consumers, big online shops like Beautylish are a great place to buy makeup, skincare, and beauty tools. Beautylish carries a wide variety of brands and products, and they stock brands that are often harder to find for many consumers. However, it can be challenging to know what brands sold there are cruelty-free. To help make things easier for you, this guide lets you know exactly which brands from Beautylish are cruelty-free! Use it the next time you want to do some cruelty-free shopping!
Popular cruelty-free & vegan products at Beautylish: