Many Logical Harmony readers ask for help finding cruelty-free makeup brushes. For many people who transition to a cruelty-free beauty routine, switching to cruelty-free makeup brushes is often one of the last steps. Lots of makeup brushes are made from animal hair. While some brands do claim that it is ethically sourced, the truth is that they often don’t know where the fur is sourced from. Just like with false lashes, many animal hair makeup brushes are bi-products of the factory farming or the fur industry. While most cruelty-free consumers do focus on avoiding animal testing, many also avoid makeup brushes that are not synthetic.
That’s why I decided to create this guide to cruelty-free makeup brushes. There are so many vegan makeup brushes out there to try. All the brands listed do make vegan makeup brushes but may make some non-vegan brushes as well.
Some popular cruelty-free makeup brush sets are:
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.
Are there cruelty-free brands at Free People? You may be surprised! Both in stores and online, Free People is starting to carry a lot more cruelty-free brands. Even some of the most popular cruelty-free brands found at Sephora, Ulta, or Nordstrom. Because there are so many Free People retail stores and a lot of people shop there for clothing, is so helpful to see them carrying more and more cruelty-free brands as they expand their beauty departments.
Being aware of the cruelty-free brands at Free People can be a challenge because there are so many brands available. This list will help make it easier for you!
Looking for cruelty-free bronzers? Many Logical Harmony readers ask for help finding a good bronzer that is both cruelty-free and vegan. Many people assume that it is hard to find cruelty-free bronzers or vegan bronzers, but it is actually a lot easier than you may think! In fact, a lot of the most popular bronzers are from cruelty-free brands and a lot of them happen to be vegan as well. Whether you’re looking for a powder, cream, or liquid bronzers there are lots of vegan and cruelty-free bronzers available!
That’s why I decided to create the Ultimate Guide to Cruelty-Free Bronzers. This guide includes brands that offer cruelty-free bronzers of all formulas and kinds.
While many are familiar with the monthly beauty box from Petit Vour, they also release Limited Edition boxes a couple of times a year. The most recent is packed with makeup and skin care that is perfect for winter weather. I was sent a Holiday Limited Edition Box and could not wait to try the items inside.
The Holiday Limited Edition Box retails for $45.00. It contains five full size products and three deluxe sample size products. It includes great skin care items, cosmetics that are great for daily use, and special cosmetic items too. It is a great mix of products and the box is an incredible deal.
Find out more about the products included in the Petit Vour Holiday Limited Edition Box and read my thoughts on each item in the rest of this post.
I was first introduced to Gressa through a previous Limited Luxury box from Petit Vour. That box contained the Gressa Lip Boost in Bare. It was love at first swipe. Recently Gressa sent me a package of goodies to try with three shades of Lip Boost included. Knowing that I already loved the formula, I was curious to see how the other shades compared to Bare.
Claims: “Light, non-sticky and moisturizing, it feels like a balm yet looks like a gloss.“
Ingredients: Ricinus Communis (Castor) Seed Oil, Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil, Seabuckthorn Seed Oil, Copernicia Cerifera (Carnauba) Wax, Theobroma Cacao (Cocoa) Seed Butter, Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Extract, Tocopherol (Vitamin E) Non-GMO, Mica, Iron Oxides.
Brilliant is a very natural peachy nude shade.
I have to say that I really like Brilliant as a base for lipsticks and as a way to tone down shades that are a bit too bright or too bold. The color is very subtle. But it is very hydrating and is great to have in your makeup bag. If you were going with a bold eye look, Brilliant would be the perfect shade to pair with it.
Continue reading the rest of this post for a full review, including product shots, swatches, and thoughts about each shade.