One of the most popular cruelty-free drugstore brands is Pixi Beauty. The brand has, previously, been pretty secretive about which products may or may not be vegan. Thankfully a lot has changed! Not only have they reformulated a lot of products that were previously not vegan, but a lot of the new releases happen to be vegan as well. This Pixi Beauty vegan products list includes both their makeup and skincare. I was so excited to learn that they have so many vegan options!
When Pur Cosmetics was added to the Cruelty-Free Brand List, I knew that people would be asking for a Pur Cosmetics vegan products list right away. Thankfully there are a lot of Pur Cosmetics vegan products. Everything from skin care to foundation to lipstick and eye shadow. I was really impressed and surprised by how many Pur Cosmetics vegan products there are.
A while back I placed a Barry M order because they are a very popular and easy to find drugstore brand in the UK.Barry M is cruelty-free, and I really wanted to try some of their vegan products. I’ve heard a lot about them over the years but because they are not sold in stores here in the US, had never given them a try before. On their website, the vegan products are labeled, which is super helpful. The Barry M Flawless Light Reflecting Concealer caught my eye as I’m a bit of a concealer junkie and love trying new options.
Claims: “Flawless Light Reflecting Concealer covers imperfections without caking. Infused with cucumber and aloe extracts to sooth and revitalise the skin, it’s the perfect on-the-spot treatment for tired eyes.”
One of my favorite cruelty-free brands is Cover FX. They offer lots of vegan options and are known for their shade range. Not only is there a wide selection of shades, but they also take into account that people have differing skin tones. Almost every product comes in a shade for those with pink undertones, those with neutral undertones, and those with gold undertones.
Take a peek at my Cover FX Favorites in this video!
The newest release to intrigue the beauty community are the BECCA Backlight Targeted Colour Correctors. This set of four color correctors are made to help correct skin issues such as dullness, redness, hyperpigmentation, undereye circles, and deep blue tones. I was immediately intrigued by them and couldn’t wait to order them.
These are meant to be applied after your primer but before concealer or foundation. Each shade contains light-reflecting pigments to help color correct and even out your skin tone. Not only is BECCA a cruelty free brand, but all four of theBECCA Backlight Targeted Colour Correctors are also vegan-friendly!
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