We have more amazing vegan and cruelty-free brands to tell you about this week. Most of the companies in our post make their products available online, on their websites. But, you might get lucky and find something great from the brands inside your local health food market or natural beauty store. Whether you need makeup, moisturizers, shampoo, or nail polish, you have outstanding options from the following vegan and cruelty-free companies.
Vapour Organic Beauty sells organic makeup, but not boring organic makeup. Sure, the company’s products are natural and earthly, but they’re also luxurious and ever so pretty. Vapour Organic Beauty’s makeup products are, of course, cruelty free and they come in stunning shades. Rich pigments – for blushers, eye shadows, and more – stay on all day and they dazzle. We especially love this brand’s Aura Multi Use Blush Stick and Solar Translucent Bronzer.
A Los Angeles-based vegan nail polish company, NCLA is well known – maybe mostly for its gorgeous nail wraps that aren’t at all cheesy. The brand has many celebrity followers like Alessandra Ambrosio, and it has plenty of choices of lacquer colors that appeal to a variety of fans. Try the Hollywood and Vine Starlet polish (a jet black beauty with little silver flecks) for a concert of music festival, or opt for the What Filter Did I Use nail wraps for an evening out on the town.
Want new vegan and cruelty-free options for shaving? Consider Sage & Row’s elegant shaving creams and oils. Sage & Row presents delightfult packaged products in a variety of luxurious scents. We love the company’s Bare Shave Cream, Sheer Leg & Body Oil, and many other shaving products. It’s hard to choose one – or just a few! Rich aloe in these products helps prevent scrapes while shaving and it heals sensitive skin. Other natural ingredients contribute to a smooth and silky shaving experience with these products.
Beautycounter is a great brand to become aware of because it offers a useful “Never List” on its website that points out ingredients you won’t find in its products. These ingredients shouldn’t be in any skincare or beauty products, in our opinion, so we’re happy the information is out there. Beautycounter sells amazing skincare products like an Every Day AM Hydrating Cream and several outstanding makeup products (check out the tinted moisturizers and yummy lipsticks).
Have you used any of these vegan and cruelty-free brands’ products? If so, please tell us about them in the comments below.