When I first switched to using all vegan beauty and household products, I was really surprised at how easy it was to find vegan nail polish. There are a lot of cruelty-free brands that offer a lot of vegan options and there are also a lot of brands that offer vegan nail polish too. A lot of people have seemed really surprised when they learn that all nail polish isn’t vegan.
People know about animal testing and what brands to avoid because of that, but not about animal ingredients that polish can contain. The short story is that a lot of brands test on animals, but a lot of nail polish also contains animal ingredients. Read more about what makes nail polish vegan and learn what these animal ingredients are.
When it comes to finding a cruelty-free mascara, a lot of people need some help. For many people who transition to a cruelty-free beauty routine, finding a good cruelty-free mascara can be one of the hardest parts. Many of us are picky about mascara and know what we want from a formula. Some of us want length, others volume, maybe a mascara that targets the lower lashline, or something that’s water-resistant. Figuring out which cruelty-free mascaras to try? That can be a totally different story.
There are so many cruelty-free mascaras out there and that’s why I decided to create this cruelty-free mascara guide. There are so many cruelty-free mascaras out there to try. All the brands listed do make vegan mascaras but may make some non-vegan mascaras as well. Where I can I mention specific vegan formulas.
Many Logical Harmony readers ask for help finding a good foundation that is both cruelty-free and vegan. That’s why I created this cruelty-free foundation guide! Many people assume that it is hard to find cruelty-free foundation or vegan foundation, but it is actually a lot easier than you may think!
In fact, it can be a little overwhelming once you realize all the options that are available. Whether you’re looking for a BB Cream, Tinted Moisturizer, Cream Foundation, Liquid Foundation, Powder Foundation… There are lots of vegan and cruelty-free foundation options!
That’s why I decided to create the cruelty-free foundation guide. This guide includes brands that offer cruelty-free and vegan BB creams, CC creams, serum foundations, liquid foundations, mineral foundations, and powder foundations. You can even get them at stores like Sephora, Ulta, Beautylish, Nordstrom, and more. Continue Reading
In a lot of my videos, I’m wearing very similar makeup and a lot of people have asked for a tutorial of this look. In this Get Ready With Me Video, I share what products I use to get this rosy bronze eye makeup look. Featuring products from Too Faced, Pacifica, Makeup Geek, and more you can learn how to get this look yourself!
An important thing to note is that I am doing this makeup for on camera. What you may not realize is that in my YouTube videos, I have several bright lights shining on me and this tends to wash out my complexion. So this look can be done with a lighter application of products for a more everyday look.
The video is located behind the cut, so click the “read more” link to watch it.
Continue reading to watch the Get Ready With Me Rosy Bronze Eye Makeup Video!
Mascara is one of my must-have beauty products. No matter how simple my makeup routine may be it always includes mascara. I had never heard much about the Beauty Without Cruelty mascaras and was very curious to try them out. When one showed up in a beauty box I subscribe to, I was excited to be able to use it! The formula that I received was the Ultimate Conditioning Natural Mascara.
Claims:“Full Volume conditioning formulation with wild berry wax with the innovative spheres ‘Lash Lovers’ brush that creates length and definition with shading effect and lash separation as well as increased coverage reaching the full length of every lash.”
The Verdict: I loved the wand of this mascara. It has different bristle sizes that really help to grab lashes. This is something I wish more brands did. This mascara is meant to create both length and definition. On my lashes, I felt that at first it did a decent job of creating definition but not length. Throughout the day though, my lashes stuck together and I ended up with a terrible case of spider lashes. If I had only stuck to one coat of mascara, I think this would have eased this issue. Removal was easy – which is nice! The downside was that the mascara really irritated my eyes while I was removing it. It was nothing that a couple of splashes of water couldn’t fix, but I was surprised to find this from a natural mascara.
I think that the Ultimate Conditioning Natural Mascara is a great option for those who want a simple and easy mascara for just one coat. This mascara did not work for me and I will not be finishing this tube or purchasing the product in the future. However, if you are going for a very natural look, this could be a good option for you.
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