Makeup Geek is a cruelty-free favorite in the beauty community. Their eyeshadows are some of the best out there and come in a wide variety of shades and finishes. There are a surprising amount of Makeup Geek vegan products – eyeshadows, blush, contour powders, highlighting powders, and even lipsticks. It’s always great when a cruelty-free brand also has a lot of vegan options.
Because so many Makeup Geek vegan options are available, this list of the Makeup Geek vegan products will hopefully make your cruelty-free shopping a little easier.
Charlotte Tilbury is known for their high-end, luxurious, and high-quality products. But, Charlotte Tilbury is not very well known in the cruelty-free beauty community. A lot of people are surprised when they found out that not only is Charlotte Tilbury cruelty-free, but that there are a lot of Charlotte Tilbury vegan products as well.
Many readers of Logical Harmony have requested a list of Charlotte Tilbury vegan products. I talked to Charlotte Tilbury Beauty about the ingredients they use and worked with them to create this list of the Charlotte Tilbury vegan products.
One of the most talked about cruelty-free eyeshadow palettes of 2016 was the Master Palette by Mario from Anastasia Beverly Hills. While this palette was cruelty-free, it wasn’t vegan and was also limited edition. I saw this palette all over and loved the looks I saw created with it. Because of this, I set out to find cruelty-free and vegan Makeup Geek dupes for this palette. It took some time, but what I put together was about as close as I think I will get.
In this video, I share an eye look I created with my cruelty-free and vegan Makeup Geek dupes for the Master Palette by Mario as well as swatches of all the potential Makeup Geek dupes that I found.
I was first introduced to Styli-Style Cosmetics late last spring. They are a cruelty-free brand with lots of vegan options. In the fall, they launched three vegan eyeshadow palettes. I purchased the Styli-Style Precious Metals Palette because it looked gorgeous. It contains 15 metallic shades that are all pigmented and creamy. In this post, I share swatches and an eye look I created using this palette.
Silk Naturals is a cruelty-free indie makeup brand that has a following for their selection of dupes to popular eye palettes, lipsticks, and more. When I discovered that the Silk Naturals Plenty of Peaches Eye Shadow Palette was not just cruelty-free, but also vegan, I wanted to get my hands on it. I have purchased their palettes in the past as well as individual shadows and had been really happy with the formula and pigmentation of all of them.
In this post, I share an eye look created using the Silk Naturals Plenty of Peaches Eye Shadow Palette. If you watched the Jane Iredale Foundation Friday video, you got a sneak peek of this cruelty-free look already!