For those who love L'Oreal
I was obsessed with L'Oreal eyeshadows at one point and I mean obsessed. Luckily, I discovered two alternative brands that were similar, within the same price range and best of all, cruelty free. The first brand is Milani.
The next brand is Pixi.
If you like Benefit or MAC Cosmetics,
As much as I love Benefit and MAC, they are sadly not cruelty-free. However, there are other wonderful high end alternatives like Too Faced, Anastasia Beverly Hills and theBalm Cosmetics.
Anastasia Beverly Hills
I love this brand because they products are unique and diverse enough to suit ALL skin tones. The quality is out of this world!
|There's the Contour Cream Kit, Dip Brow Pomade and of course the most hyped about editions - the Glow Kits, which I have yet to get my greedy little hands on.|
If you've ever wanted to 'Get The London Look', you'd be surprised to know that Rimmel London is not a cruelty-free company. Personally, I was pretty sad about this when I switched to cruelty-free makeup because I adored their mascaras. However, Wet n Wild and NYX quickly became my next favourites.
|NYX 'Smokey Eyes' palette and soft matte lip cream in 'Cannes' have become my winter go-tos. I love their setting spray and satin finish lip pencils. Don't even get me started on the Lip Lingeries!|
Wet n Wild