Urban Decay Vegan Products List

Urban Decay Vegan Products List

Looking to find out what Urban Decay vegan products are out there? Urban Decay is well known as a cruelty-free brand, but there has long been confusion about their vegan options. It’s usually a surprise to people when they realize how many Urban Decay vegan products there are. From primers and setting sprays to foundations and concealers, even color correctors, bronzers, and blushes. Urban Decay has so many vegan options available!

In an effort to make things easier for everyone I wanted to create this list of all of the Urban Decay vegan products. It includes a wide variety of cosmetics, brushes, and even some accessories too.

Some of the best-selling Urban Decay vegan products are:

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This is the most recent update of a post originally published on Logical Harmony on January 16, 2018.

Is Urban Decay Cruelty-Free? Yes! Urban Decay is cruelty-free!

Urban Decay is cruelty-free. They do not test on animals at any point, nor do they hire any 3rd parties to test on animals on their behalf.

They are owned by L’Oreal. L’Oreal is not cruelty-free. I think everyone should decide for themselves how they feel about parent companies who test on animals. Supporting any cruelty-free brand is better than purchasing products from a brand that tests on animals.

Are all Urban Decay Products vegan? No.

Not all Urban Decay products are vegan, but there are lots of Urban Decay vegan products. You can find a full list or Urban Decay vegan products below. This list is kept as up-to-date as possible but please double check ingredients before purchasing as sometimes formulations do change.

The following Urban Decay products are NOT vegan but are often mistaken as being vegan: Original Eyeshadow Primer Potion, Naked Palette, Naked 2 Palette, Naked Basics Palette, Naked Basics 2 Palette.

The Urban Decay vegan products are:

Because there are so many vegan options, I wanted to split up the Urban Decay vegan makeup options by product type. This way you can shop for exactly what you want.

Urban Decay Vegan Foundation:

Urban Decay Vegan Concealer:

Urban Decay Vegan Blush, Bronzer, Highlighter & Powders:

Urban Decay Vegan Primers & Setting Sprays:

 

Urban Decay Vegan Lip Products:

Urban Decay Vegan Eye Makeup:

Urban Decay Vegan Brow Products:

Urban Decay Vegan Brushes & Makeup Accessories:

Urban Decay has lots of cruelty-free makeup brushes that are made with synthetic fibers. They also make beauty sponges, makeup bags, and more accessories too.

Where can you find Urban Decay?

Buying Urban Decay vegan products from SephoraUlta, Macys, or NordstromSign up for Ebates and get cash back on your purchase. You can also find Urban Decay on the Urban Decay website, Debenhams, and Selfridges.

Some of the best-selling Urban Decay vegan products are:

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(27) Comments

  1. Thank you for this. I was not aware, as I always thought that Urban Decay are a vegan brand. <3

  2. Cote Garcia says:

    Do you know if the UD X KRISTEN LEANNE KALEIDOSCOPE DREAM PALETTE is vegan?

    1. Hi! Unfortunately it is not.

  3. Thanks for putting this list together! Just wondering why the Hi-Fi lip gloss is listed here when the Urban Decay website states that it contains carmine?

    1. Hi! On the website, carmine is listed under +/- (may or may not contain) because not all shades are vegan. This lets them use one ingredient list for all the shades, vegan or not. But the shades listed here are confirmed vegan by the brand and do not contain carmine.

      1. It says “CONTAINS CARMINE” at the end of the ingredients, so I’m confused.

        1. I agree that it’s confusing how it’s mentioned, but carmine is listed under +/-. I think it was an oversight to include “contains carmine” as well. I’ve talked to the brand about this and some shades do contain carmine but some are also vegan and do not. Their in-store displays also note these shades as vegan as well.

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