Wednesday, 30 January 2019

Vegan options for your makeup bag



You may have seen Nic’s recent vegan makeup tutorial. Nic has shown you how to create a natural daytime look using some key vegan items but if you’re feeling the need to fill your toiletry bag or makeup bag with further vegan items then check out our list of some great vegan options.



Sunscreen is essential all year round if you want your skin to be looking 10 years younger than it really is. 


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Ultrasun have some vegan options for face and body in numerous textures, blends and application methods. They also cater for sensitive skin and children.



There are a lot of skincare brands on the market that are especially for vegans so do shop around. We love Lumene for the sheer volume of skincare products that are available with no compromise on the quality of ingredients.
Image from www.lumene.com

Check out Nutri-recharging intense moisturiser for a dryer skin, Matt Hydration for a combination skin or Hydration rescue for a more sensitive skin. They also have night oils, facial and spritzes.



For a luxury brand to slather over your body during the harsh winter months then look no further than Aesop. 


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Their skin products are all vegan and there’s a huge range of body balms, hand creams and washes.

For primers and highlighters to prep your base to perfection, check out CoverFX. They cater for a variety of skin types with a selection of highlighters for fair through to deeper skin tones.



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For the brows check out Elf Instant lift brow pencil. They have a good shade selection to suit blonde, brunette, ashy tones for blonde or grey hair, auburn for red heads and black for dark hair.

Image from www.elfcosmetics.co.uk

 It’s a twist up pencil with a fine point for precise application.



You know we love a cream eye shadow to sweep over the lid for a quick eye look or as a base for our powder eye shadows. Nudestix have a great selection of matte and shimmer cream stick eye shadows that have excellent colour payoff and good blend ability.

Image from www.nudestix.com
 Not all of their shades are vegan but the website guides you through the shades which are.



A lot of vegan powder eye shadows seem to have a dusty feel, with fall out and a wishy-washy pigment. 

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Jeffree Star has vibrant intense shades, which don’t blend down to nothing. They are all vegan and cater for all skin tones.



Inika has a good selection of both pencil and liquid eyeliners in a variety of safe colour options, no shades available if you’re into vibrant eyeliners unfortunately.


Image from www.inikacosmetics.com

Lumene have fair selection of watercolour blusher, powder blusher and bronzers all in vegan formula. Shades are very soft and only really cater for these who like a natural pink or peach but if you fancy something with a little more of a punchy pigment, then check out MILK’s range of blusher.


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For the lips you can be sure to find a colour to suit from Hourglass. They have many textures and shade depths depending on your desired finish.




Image from www.cultbeauty.co.uk


Finally, no look is complete without a spritz of fragrance and if you’ve got the budget the check out Jo Loves, which cater for vegans and don’t compromise on the heavenly scents.



Image from www.joloves.com


Which other brands are your favourite Vegan brands?


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  1. I am really trying to make more of an effort to go for vegan options!

    Danielle xx
    https://www.fashionbeautyblog.co.uk/

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