NYX Vegan Products List

NYX Vegan Products List

NYX is an affordable cruelty-free brand. There are also lots of NYX vegan products to pick from.

NYX is easily one of the most well-known affordable cruelty-free brands out there. A lot of people know that NYX is cruelty-free, but what about NYX vegan options? Are there many? Because I get so many questions about this popular drugstore brand and Ulta favorite, I wanted to create a list of NYX vegan products to help anyone who is interested. NYX is really easy for many people to get. Not only do they have their own stores, but they are found in most drugstores too.

In an effort to make shopping easier, I wanted to create this guide to help anyone with questions about the NYX vegan products!

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Popular NYX Vegan Products:

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Is NYX cruelty-free? Yes! NYX is cruelty-free!

NYX is cruelty-free. NYX meets all the criteria to be a Logical Harmony Approved cruelty-free brand. There is no animal testing occurring anywhere on their products. They are not selling in any markets that require animal testing, and they do not sell in retail stores in China.

NYX is owned by L’Oreal and L’Oreal is not cruelty-free. L’Oreal does test on animals. There are a lot of different opinions about supporting cruelty-free brands that are owned by a parent company that tests and I believe this is a choice individuals should make for themselves.

  • Are the ingredients used in NYX products tested on animals? No. NYX does not use ingredients that are tested on animals.
  • Are NYX products tested on animals during production? No. NYX products are not tested on animals during production.
  • Are NYs finished products tested on animals? No. NYX finished products are not tested on animals.
  • Are NYX products sold in markets that require animal testing? No. NYX products are not sold in markets that require animal testing.
  • Do any third party groups test NYX products on animals? No. NYX products are not tested on animals by any third party groups.
  • Is NYX owned by a parent company that tests on animals? Yes. NYX is owned by a parent company that is not cruelty-free.
  • Is NYX certified cruelty-free by any organizations? Yes. NYX is certified by PETA.
  • Where is NYX sold? On their own websiteUlta, Boots, Superdrug, Cult Beauty, Walgreens, Target, Bed Bath & Beyond, Target, Walmart, CVS, Macys, Beauty Bay, and others.

Are any NYX products vegan? Yes!

Yes. NYX is not only cruelty-free but has lots of vegan options. Many of their store displays even have vegan products labeled. NYX does use some animal and animal-derived ingredients in some products such as carmine, beeswax, and others. Below are options listed that do not contain any animal or animal-derived ingredients.

This may change over time. I will keep this list as updated as possible but please always check the ingredient listings for the most up-to-date information. 

NYX Vegan Products:

Because NYX has only recently announced that they have vegan products and some have been reformulated, please check ingredient lists on the packaging before buying in stores to ensure that the specific product(s) you are purchasing are vegan as some previously did contain animal or animal-derived ingredients.

In order to make the NYX vegan products list easier to navigate, it is split up into sections based on the product type.

NYX Vegan Face Makeup:

NYX Vegan Eye Makeup & Brow Products:

NYX Vegan Lip Products:

NYX Vegan Makeup Brushes:

Currently, all NYX brushes are made from synthetic fibers and are vegan-friendly.

NYX Vegan Skincare:

What are your favorite cruelty-free and vegan products from NYX?

Here on Logical Harmony, you can find a full list of cruelty-free brands as well as shopping guides to help you find the cruelty-free brands at Dermstore, Ulta, Nordstrom, Sephora, Beauty Bay, Beautylish, Cult Beauty, and tons more. There are also lots of vegan product lists for cruelty-free brands too.

Popular NYX Vegan Products:

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(29) Comments

  1. I’m on NYX cosmetics vegan formula section and the can’t stop won’t stop foundation isn’t under there. :/

    1. Unfortunately, they have confirmed that they don’t keep the section up to date. It’s frustrating. They have also confirmed to myself and others that this foundation is vegan though.

  2. Shadan Rashid says:

    Is NYC professional make soft matte lip cream collection is vegan

  3. Sydney Lang says:

    Nyx is not cruelty free. Their products used to be. Now their stuff is all made in China. I tried to buy an eyeliner today by them and not one single eyeliner had a cruelty free label. All the ones I saw were all made in China where it’s required by law to animal test.

    1. Thankfully products can be made in China without animal testing. It is only required if they are sold there. You can read more about this here – Are cosmetics made in China cruelty-free?.

      1. I’m curious if any one can answer…if products are made in China but not sold there so they can still be cruelty-free, why isn’t the cruelty-free logo on the product?

  4. Imelda O'Neill says:

    Just a quick comment on all the work you do: Thank you!!!

  5. Do you know what’s in their lip lingerie and liquid suede that’s NOT vegan? 🙁

    1. Also, the “eyebrow cake powder” says it contains beeswax in the ingredients on their website?

      1. Yikes! I just removed that from the list. I double checked ingredients but my eyes must have been tired and completely missed it way down on the ingredients page.

        1. So did you investigate all of the products yourself or did NYX give you the list? Because I searched “vegan products” on their website (it popped up as a search option when I typed in vegan) and the same eyebrow cake powder popped up :/

          1. NYX gave me the list and I double checked things to be sure. It looks like just that one slipped through.

    2. All of their products contain ingredients that could be derived from animals. My guess is that in the case of those products, they either are derived from animals or it’s not confirmed that they are synthetic/plant-based.

    3. Hey Victoria, I’m wondering this too. I’ve looked at the ingredients and I can’t see anything animal delivered? But then I’m not really familar with the names of animal delivered ingredients… With the soft matte lip creams it clearly says that it contains beeswax but I have no idea about these 2!

      1. They both contain several ingredients that could be from animals, plants, or synthetic. My guess is that they haven’t verified the source for these specific products.

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