cruelty free make up

(7 Posts)
SleepForTheWeak Wed 15-Jun-16 22:59:29

Any suggestions please? Specifically for foundations and mascara

Maplessglobe Wed 15-Jun-16 23:20:53

I know that the B. range in superdrug is and they do great tubing mascaras. For foundation if you like mineral foundations, than lily lolo is.
There's an apparently full list here

SleepForTheWeak Wed 15-Jun-16 23:23:10

Thank you

I've had a look at that list previously but I'm not familiar with the brands or quality so would love some reviews from people that have used them smile.

Never see n the B. Range before (no super drug where I am) but will look it up - thanks

VinoEsmeralda Wed 15-Jun-16 23:31:20

I use Dr Hauschka's skin care regime and recently started using their foundation. Its been great for my skin ( roseacea) and my DD

ellequick Thu 16-Jun-16 07:42:41

I've just started using Pur Minerals - I've got the 4-in-1 Tinted Moisturiser which I absolutely love and the 4-in-1 pressed mineral compact. Really rate them and am keen to try out some other things in the range. You can get them at M&S

www.marksandspencer.com/l/beauty/pur-minerals

Speaking of M&S, their Autograph range is cruelty free as well. I was using their mineral foundation until they stopped doing my colour. Although I see they have it back in stock now so I may use that again in the future- it's cheaper than Pur and I do actually prefer it to Bare Minerals and Lily Lolo. Pur is the best though, in my opinion.

Both of those ranges have mascaras too but I haven't tried either. I'm currently using the Eyeko Skinny Brush one and I like it a lot.

botemp Thu 16-Jun-16 08:38:24

Laura Mercier is cruelty free (foundations and tinted moisturisers are ace). Nars, Hourglass, Urban Decay, Bare Minerals, RMS Beauty, Koh Gen Do (great foundations), Charlotte Tilbury (full fat lashes is a great mascara never tried the foundations but generally well liked), Illamasqua, Eyeko (I like their Skinny and Rock Out mascaras), Ellis Faas (beautiful foundation and concealers, mascara is nice too) are another few that are cruelty free and highly rated. This is a pretty handy overview for makeup brands as it charters more than just accreditations and contacts companies with the right questions.

SleepForTheWeak Thu 16-Jun-16 09:09:08

Thanks - will get researching! I use maybelline mouse and it works well for my skin so looking for something with similar coverage.

Looking forward to trying them out and wearing make up guilt free!

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