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    Default Ethical makeup/hair care?

    I always try and buy no animal testing products but I struggle with makeup and hair care. Often with hair care I find the formulas too drying so I end up back with standard stuff. Makeup I don't have a clue what's animal friendly outside Nude by nature (which I haven't tried yet).

    Any suggestions or recommendations? Is nude by nature any good - it's more expensive than I would normally buy and I'm not sure about it - there's mixed reviews!

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    One of my favourite brands is Sugarpill - but they aren't for everyone! They mostly do eyeshadows, and in some very loud colours, but I do love them. They don't test on animals, and I'm pretty sure they are vegan as well.

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    I don't find nude by nature thick enough for me (I love to wear a face full of makeup 😂)

    I buy makeup from health food store I think it's by sukin I can't remember 100%. Also I get my eyebrows tinted and coloured at a organic hairdresser im wanting to get them tattood to save money!

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    I noticed that moo too has a cosmetics range but I haven't tried it.

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    Lush do vegan make up, skin and hair care products.

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    Body Shop?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpecialPatrolGroup View Post
    I noticed that moo too has a cosmetics range but I haven't tried it.
    Yep, called Dusty Girls

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    There are loads on places that now are cruelty free. I buy Younique and locally Australis... Both don't test on animals and Younique even have some vegan products I think

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    World organic sell certified organic vegan and animal cruelty free products. I use their skincare and some of their makeup. Their skincare range is to die for!


 

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