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The animal abuse demonstrated by MAC and it’s unnecessary animal testing highlights the ugly side of the beauty industry. Many of us are simply unaware of what make up is vegan as well as cruelty free, so to help you out here’s a list of products and brands you can trust when it comes to treating yourself! Cruelty free beauty has never looked so good.

Tarte

As a Tarte user myself, I have nothing but rave reviews to give their products. So far I’ve only used their eyeshadow palette and contour kit, but as well as coming in stunning packaging, they smell like chocolate, are deep, rich colours, and are a loved by thousands. Oh, they’re also 100% cruelty free so that makes them even better.

All products are cruelty free, but some include animal products such as honey, so make sure you buy from their clearly labelled vegan range!

If you’re looking to buy Tarte in Singapore, you can do so here!

 

Yesssss, @taniawallerx3! 😍

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Too Faced

Too faced is 100% cruelty free, with not one of their products being tested on animals, yay! Although not all of their products are vegan (yet), they have an extensive list of what is, which you can find on this link. With a list this long, there’s always a Too Faced product you fancy buying. 

If you’re looking to buy Too Faced in Singapore, you can do so here!

 

We can always use a little extra Born This Way Foundation on Monday mornings… #regram @cliasss #tfbornthisway #toofaced

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EcoTools

It’s 2016 guys, no one needs to be making make up brushes out of animal products anymore! EcoTools have got the idea, making their products out of sustainable materials such as bamboo and soft synthetic materials for the brush, this brand is as affordable as it is amazing to use.

Earth-conscious as well as cruelty free, there’s a reason this brand is so popular all over the world.

If you’re looking to buy EcoTools in Singapore, you can do so here!

 

We might be biased, but @ellie852 has some of the most beautiful makeup brushes! #Regram

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Urban Decay

One of THE biggest beauty companies right now, it makes me so happy to see that Urban Decay is completely against animal testing. As well as having a full vegan line of products, many of their regular products also are animal product free! They also state “As long as we can deliver the same high-quality products with rich color and texture, we will convert that product to 100% vegan ingredients”so keep your eyes peeled for more vegan goodies in the future. Cruelty free beauty has never looked so good. 

If you’re looking to buy Urban Decay in Singapore, you can do so here!

 

Festival prep! 🎵💋

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Manic Panic

If bold hair colours and crazy lipsticks are your kind of thing, you’ve most likely heard of Manic Panic before. Famously vegan, their products are kind to your skin as hair as well as to the environment, making it extremely hard not to flat out love them and their brand.

As well as their products being beautiful, the whole mantra behind the company is too.

Sadly we haven’t been able to find anywhere in Singapore that stock Manic Panic yet, if you know anywhere drop it in the comments below! But if you wish to order from abroad you can do so via Manic Panic’s main site.

Kat Von D Beauty

Kat Von D, as well as being an ultimate bad-ass, has one of the best vegan beauty lines out there. Here not only are some of their products 100% vegan, but the ENTIRE range is cruelty free vegan loveliness. From eyeshadow and eye liner to lipstick, their products are of insanely high quality and are not just focused on coming from a good place, but making you look amazing in the process.

Sadly Kat Von D hasn’t arrived in Singapore yet but you can purchase over at Amazon.

 

Winged liner anyone?🏆 {@openmindfreesoul used #TattooLiner in #Trooper} ❤️

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Cruelty Free Beauty

Cruelty free beauty doesn’t need to mean poor quality make up or paying extortionate prices, especially when our favourite big brands are catching on to the fact that no one likes paying for the torture of animals. So buy from brands such as these and encourage them to keep making more awesome products like these!

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