The Ultimate Guide to Cruelty-Free False Lashes

The Ultimate Guide to Cruelty-Free False Lashes

Finding cruelty-free false lashes is now easier than ever! There are so many brands out there that offer cruelty-free false lashes that aren’t made at the expense of our furry friends. So many false lashes out there are made from animal hair. A lot of false lashes are from mink fur but they can come from other animal fur or silk too. Thankfully, lots of brands out there offer cruelty-free lashes that are made from synthetics or real human hair. There are even faux mink and faux silk lashes now.

It can be hard to navigate which lashes are cruelty-free. Hopefully, this cruelty-free shopping guide will help you find the best cruelty-free false lashes for you!

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Popular cruelty-free false lashes:

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The following brands are all cruelty-free and offer cruelty-free false lashes. While they are cruelty-free, some of these brands do offer false lashes or other products that are not vegan, or lashes from human hair, so be sure to read ingredients before purchasing. Brands that are 100% vegan are noted.

Cruelty-Free False Lashes:

If a brand does not test on animals but only makes lashes from silk or animal hair (such as mink lashes), they are not listed here. With so many cruelty-free false lashes available that are not sourced from animals, I would prefer to encourage people to buy those options. When buying cruelty-free false lashes, it’s very important to be sure that you can figure out what the lashes are made from. A lot of brands market real silk false lashes as being vegan, but I do not consider them to be vegan.

Cruelty-Free Lash Glue

The following brands make cruelty-free and vegan-friendly lash glue.

Do you wear false lashes? What brand makes your favorite cruelty-free false lashes?

Popular cruelty-free false lashes:

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(28) Comments

  1. A thread for eye lashes! Serioiusly? LOL Then theres plenty of hope you will compile a list of HAIR CARE specific companies and just to be extra hopeful a list for COSMETICS only too. Woot! So helpful for newbies! Thank you!

  2. Just an FYI, the link for Ulta Collection eyelashes links me to all of the Ulta listings for Benefit Cosmetics lashes. I just wanted to let you know so hopefully you can fix it and no one will accidentally buy from Benefit thinking that they are cruelty free.

    1. Oh no! Thank you for letting me know! Fixing it now.

  3. Hello,
    I would like to know if those Brands sell on China… It’ s very important because if your claiming to be Cruelty- Free on countries that you should be but, after that, you sell on other Countries like China to have this golous Market where tested is an obligation for foreings’ Firms, yoy are really NOT CRUELTY- FREE!!!

    1. No. None of these brands are sold in China or take any actions that would make them not cruelty-free.

  4. Love this post! Very informative and eye-opening for many consumers trying to switch to an ethically conscious and cruelty-free lifestyle. False lashes are usually not the first beauty product that comes to mind when we hear cruelty-free, but they are such an essential product for so many! Thanks for shedding light on this important topic x

  5. Does anyone know if all the Ardell lashes are vegan? And what they are made of? I’ve seen them in my local Walmart but they don’t have ingredients on them and I can’t be sure if they are real hair, or synthetic.

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