Vegan Makeup for Less than $10

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We don’t want to let a budget stop you from getting your hands on vegan beauty products, so we put together a list of some amazing cruelty-free concealers and eyeshadows that will cost you less than $10 each.

The products on our list do not contain any animal ingredients and they’re not made using animal testing. The companies that manufacture these cruelty-free products are able to make a commitment to animals’ rights while keeping prices reasonable. We think that more brands should do this. It’s horrible to hear about the dozens of makeup companies that are still testing on animals and using parts of their bodies in beauty products, especially when we know there is another way.

We would love for you to support the following vegan beauty companies that support you by making incredible products.

NYX

NYX’s Concealer Wand is a cheap, and go-to, vegan product for many people. It effectively covers dark circles under the eyes and evens out blemished complexions.

Physician’s Formula

Try Physician’s Formula All-in-1 Beauty Balm Powder to give your face all-over coverage for less than $10.

Milani

To bring out your eyes without paying a ton of money, turn to Milani’s Runway Eyes palette (only choose Milani’s clearly marked vegan shadows, which include the Designer Browns, Couture in Purples, and Backstage Basics shades).

In addition to these brands, you can get cheap cruelty-free makeup from Jordana and Elf. All of these inexpensive products are available on the companies’ websites, and some can be found in Target.

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Vegan Makeup for Less than $10
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We don’t want to let a budget stop you from getting your hands on vegan beauty products, so we put together a list of some amazing cruelty-free concealers and eyeshadows that will cost you less than $10 each. The products on our list do not contain any animal ingredients and they’re not made using animal testing. The companies that manufacture these cruelty-free products are able to make a commitment to animals’ rights while keeping prices reasonable. We think that more brands should do this. It’s horrible to hear about the dozens of makeup companies that are still testing on animals and using parts of their bodies in beauty products, especially when we know there is another way.
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