Vegan & Cruelty Free

Here is a handy list of products I’ve reviewed or mentioned in posts, organised into these two categories. Remember, (pretty much) all vegan brands are cruelty free, but not all cruelty free brands are vegan. However, most cruelty free brands will have at least a few vegan products (*), and in this list none of the vegan products have been tested on animals.

Disclaimer: this is by no means a list to guilt trip you into buying purely vegan and cruelty free, that would be incredibly difficult, and I wouldn’t recommend that anyone considering going vegan should jump headfirst into it. It has been useful for me when shopping for something I’ve run out of to have this list in mind, though, especially as you hardly ever have to compromise on quality or pricing. Happy browsing!

Cruelty Free

  • Amika*
  • Anastasia Beverly Hills*
  • Ardell
  • Barry M*
  • Beauty Pie
  • BECCA*¹
  • BLAQ*
  • The Body Shop*
  • Charlotte Tilbury*
  • Diego Dalla Palma
  • Fenty Beauty*
  • Glossier*
  • Kat Von D*
  • Kylie Cosmetics*
  • Laura Mercier
  • Lush*
  • Makeup Revolution*
  • Meech N Mia
  • Morphe*
  • Perfect Shade*
  • Sleek MakeUP*
  • Too Faced*
  • Urban Decay*
  • W7 Cosmetics*

Vegan

  • B. Cosmetics
  • BeautyBlender
  • NINI Organics
  • Noughty Haircare
  • Real Techniques
  • skyn ICELAND
 ¹BECCA has recently been acquired by Estée Lauder which may jeopardise its cruelty free status; Estée Lauder sell their products in mainland China, where animal testing is required by law for cosmetics.