I’ve been loving the Silk Naturals Plenty of Peaches Set lately! Recently I saw Belle Jorden create a really pretty eye look using the Too Faced Peach palette. I loved the look she created, so I decided to re-create it using the Silk Naturals set. Because I wanted to add in some extra shimmer like Jorden did, I added in some loose pigments from OCC and Furless too. I hope you like this peach eye look tutorial!
For a long time, Marc Jacobs Beauty has been on the Brands to Avoid list here on Logical Harmony. I’ve been back in touch with them on and off for a couple of years and, until recently, there didn’t seem to be much of a change communicated in their policies around animal testing. From the consumer perspective, asking, “Is Marc Jacobs Beauty cruelty-free?”, would often turn up a large variety of answers. Thankfully, I have had some really productive talks with them over the past couple of months and am happy to share that Marc Jacobs Beauty has now been added to the Cruelty-Free Brand List!
It’s been quite a while since I did an empties video, so I thought it would be fun to film one. These are all the cruelty-free and vegan products I’ve used up over the past couple of months. I’m sure there are a couple cruelty-free empties that didn’t make it into this video, but I tried to save up as much as I could. There’s some cruelty-free makeup, cruelty-free skin care, and cruelty-free hair products too! As always, all the brands mentioned are cruelty-free and all of the products included are vegan.
Many Logical Harmony readers ask for help finding good drugstore products from cruelty-free brands. Many people believe that it’s hard to find cruelty-free drugstore brands, or difficult to find cruelty-free and vegan options at the drugstore. Thankfully, there are now more cruelty-free drugstore brands than ever before!
That’s why I decided to create this list of cruelty-free drugstore brands. This guide includes brands that offer cruelty-free brands that can easily be found at drugstores or large chain stores such as Target, Ulta, CVS, Walgreens, Superdrug, Priceline Pharmacy, and more! It’s exciting to see these stores catching on to the fact that people want to purchase cruelty-free drugstore brands and to see them start to carry more and more cruelty-free options.
For some time, people have been asking to see some fashion content here on Logical Harmony. This is definitely different for me and not something I have done in the past, but I thought that it would be fun to try something new. Around that time, Ivory Ella reached out to me about sending me some of their clothing to check out. They make a variety of styles, and I really thought a lot of it was cute. They also donate some of their profits to Save the Elephants. This is a cause that I personally really care about. I love that one of the key missions of Ivory Ella is to help save elephants and thought that Ivory Ella would be a great fit for my first venture into fashion content. I hope you enjoy!