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Top 10 Best Cruelty Free Beauty Brands


Hey guys, welcome back. Today I’m sharing my top 10 cruelty-free brands. Number 1 is Urban Decay. They are a huge brand. You can find them all over the U.S.A. You can find them at Sephora, at Ulta, at
Nordstrom, at Macy’s, at urbandecay.com, tons and tons of sites. They have all kinds of products. My favorite products from them are their blushes,
lip pencils, lipsticks, and their eye shadows. They are Leaping Bunny certified, which as
you know is the gold standard for cruelty-free certification. They’ve been Leaping Bunny certified for years
and years and years. They are owned by L’Oreal, who is not cruelty-free. And they do have lots and lots of vegan products. Number 2 is Kat Von D. Kat Von D is a small
brand that you can find at katvondbeauty.com and Sephora. As far as I know, they don’t have a physical
brick and mortar store. The Kat Von D range was created by the talented
artist Kat Von D. They have a full range of beauty products. My favorite products by them are their concealers,
foundation, metal crush eyeshadows, and a couple of their recent palettes, the Pastel
Goth, the MetalMatte, and I also did love the Shade + Light. They do have a great liquid eyeliner and their
new lip pencils are amazing. They have a ton of vegan products and they
are transitioning to be 100% vegan, so they are working on that which is really great. Unfortunately, they’re not Leaping Bunny certified. They are owned by Kendo. Kendo tends to own a lot of cruelty-free brands,
but also owns some brands that are not cruelty-free. Number 3 is Sugarpill. Sugarpill is a small indie brand that you
can only find online at Sugarpill and I think at other sites like Dolls Kill or Beautylish. You can also find Sugarpill there. It was created by Amy Doan. She’s awesome. They make eyeshadows, nail polish, lashes
… I feel like I’m forgetting something. And now they have lipsticks. My favorite products by Sugarpill are their
pressed eyeshadows and I really do like their lipsticks. I have, I think, almost all of their liquid
lipstick formulas and I do have about half of their traditional lipsticks. They’re great. The color, U4EA, which is a teal blue, is
amazing. Most of their products, but not all of their
products, are vegan. If you love bright and unusual colors, Sugarpill
is for you. They are Leaping Bunny certified too. Fyrinnae is a small indie brand that you can
only find online. They’re from the Pacific Northwest. They offer eyeshadows, blushes, eyeshadow
primers, highlighters, powders, lipsticks, all kinds of products. My favorite products by them are probably
their really complex multi-chrome eyeshadows and I love their Pixie Epoxy, which is like
a mixing medium that makes any sort of duochrome or super glittery eyeshadow stick all day. They are 100% vegan. They are not Leaping Bunny certified. Number 5. Makeup Geek is a small indie brand that you
can only find online. It was founded by Marlena, she has a Youtube
channel called MakeupGeekTV. They make tons of products. They make eyeshadows and blushes and lipsticks
and liquid lipsticks and gel eyeliners, pencil eyeliners. Pretty much everything except for foundation. I absolutely love their highlighters and their
eyeshadows. Their highlighters are my all time favorite
highlighters ever. I’m wearing Moon Phase right now, which I
think is stunning. They do have a good amount of vegan products. They are not Leaping Bunny certified, but
I wish they were. Number 6 is NARS. NARS is a super large brand that you can find
all over the U.S.A. They’re in Sephora, they’re in Ulta now, they’re
in Nordstrom, Dillard’s, Macy’s, Saks Fifth Avenue, a whole bunch of big, big, big stores. They’ve got all kinds of products. They’ve got all kinds of foundations and blushes
and eyeshadows and lipsticks and lip pencils, everything you can imagine. I think that they’re probably best known for
their blushes and maybe their audacious lipsticks and their foundations. My favorite products from NARS are their dual
intensity eyeshadows and their blushes. They are owned by Shiseido. I’m sorry, I know I said that wrong, who is
not cruelty-free. Number 7 is Silk Naturals. They are a small indie brand who are only
found online. They’re owned by Karen. They’re kind of like the unsung hero of the
indie world. They make a ton of workhorse products. They make foundations, they make blushes,
they make foundation topers, they make eyeshadows, lipsticks. Their velvet matte lipsticks are amazing. They make pretty much every single product
you could want from the indie scene. They have brow creams, brow powders, everything. I think they’re best known either for their
wide variety of products in the indie world or their eyeshadows. They are 100% vegan and 100% gluten-free if
that’s a concern of yours. Unfortunately they are not Leaping Bunny certified. Number 8 is ColourPop. ColourPop is a small brand that you can only
find online. They’re not indie. They do offer eyeshadows and blushes and lipsticks
and contours and eyeliners and a whole bunch of products, pretty much everything you could
think about except for foundations. The things I like best from ColourPop are
probably their eyeshadows and their ultra satin lipsticks. They’re probably best known for their super
shock eyeshadows. They have a ton of vegan products. In fact, they just had a short list of products
that are not vegan, so almost everything they make is vegan which is great. They are not Leaping Bunny certified, and
they’re owned by a larger company called Seed Beauty. Number 9 is Glossier. Glossier is a small indie brand that you can
find online. I think they have a brick and mortar store
in New York, but that’s it. They have a really cool minimalistic approach
to beauty, of skin care first, makeup second. I really like this because I personally have
been trying to get my skin in as good of shape as possible so I can wear minimal foundation,
since I have rosacea. But I prefer to wear more sheer foundation
’cause I feel like it looks better on me and it’s less irritating for my skin. So I really like their approach. I love pretty much all of their skin care
products and I like a good chunk of their makeup products as well. They make skin care, tinted moisturizer, blush,
lipsticks, brow products. My favorite products from them, as I mentioned,
are their skin care. I love their brow gel. I love their tinted moisturizer. I do not like their lipsticks. No. Unfortunately they are not Leaping Bunny certified. Number 10. Number 10 is My Pretty Zombie. They are a small indie brand that you can
only find online. They make a lot of awesome and creepy eyeshadows
and blushes and lipsticks and sometimes nail polish and hand cream. They’ll have creepy, creepy names like, “It
Looks Better on a Meat Hook,” or “Brisket.” They have a bunch of “Silence of the Lambs”
reference, I swear, in their names. Which really creep me out, but I love the
colors. I really like their eyeshadows and their blushes
best. I think that they’re probably most well-known
for their creepy eyeshadows. They have a ton of vegan products. They’re not Leaping Bunny certified. So yeah, those are my top 10 cruelty-free
makeup brands right now. Please be sure to let me know what you think
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