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Anastasia Beverly Hills Vegan Product List

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Anastasia Beverly Hills is a cruelty-free makeup brand most known for their incredible brow products, as well as their contour and glow kits.

Anastasia Beverly Hills’ makeup products and ingredients are not tested on animals and they do label which of their makeup and shades are considered vegan on their website.

EDITOR’S NOTE (MAY 19, 2018): Anastasia Beverly Hills has recently removed the VEGAN label off from several of their products sold on their website. I try my best to keep this list as updated as possible and although I haven’t seen any changes to the ingredient lists, please be advised there may have been some possible formula changes. At the date of this original post (Jan 3, 2018), these products were labelled as VEGAN on ABH’s website.

Although not all of Anastasia Beverly Hills products are vegan as they do use carmine, lanolin, beeswax or some other animal-derived ingredients in some of their makeup and color shades but I’ve provided a helpful list below of which of their products and makeup brushes are free of all animal ingredients and therefore considered vegan.

The products listed below are labelled as VEGAN on Anastasia Beverly Hill’s website:

Brows


Face

Complexion

Glow Kits & Highlighters

Contour

Blush


Lips

  • Lip Gloss  – all shades
  • Lip Palette
  • Lip Primer
  • Liquid Lipstick (some shades contain beeswax and carmine)
    • Shades that are vegan: Allison, Ashton, Catnip, Clover, Craft, Crush, Currant, Dazed, Dolce, Dusty Rose, Heathers, Kathryn, Lovely, Madison, Milk Shake, Naked, Poet, Pure Hollywood, Requiem, Rio, Rock Sand, Sad Girl, Soft Lilac, Starfish, Strawberry, Stripped, Trouble, Trust Issues, Tulip, Veronica

Eyes


Brushes

Some of Anastasia Beverly Hills makeup brushes are made using goat, pony, or sable hair however they do offer some synthetic bristle brushes that are animal-free, below is a list of their makeup brushes that are made from synthetic bristles:

  • Brush #3
  • Brush 7B
  • Brush #15
  • Brush #18
  • Duo Brush #12
  • Duo Brush #20
  • Pro Brush
    • A1 Flat Definer Brush
    • A2 Precise Concealer
    • A3 Firm Shader Brush
    • A4 Cream Shadow Brush
    • A5 Small Blending Brush
    • A6 Buff and Blend Brush
    • A7 Large Blending Brush
    • A27 Small Firm Shader
    • A28 Precise Eyeliner Brush
    • A30 Domed Kabuki Brush

Below is a list of Anastasia Beverly Hills makeup and brushes that are not vegan as they contain carmine, lanolin, beeswax, or some other animal-derived ingredient:

  • Beauty Express (Highlighting Duo Powder is not vegan)
  • Brow Definer (all shades contain lanolin)
  • Brush #14 (made with natural bristles)
  • Brush A23 (made with natural bristles)
  • Darkside Waterproof Gel Liner (contains beeswax)
  • Highlighting Duo Pencil (contains beeswax)
  • Liquid Lipstick – Sepia, Carina, Sugar Plum, Vintage, Potion, Vamp, Sarafine, American Doll (contains carmine or beeswax)
  • Modern Renaissance Palette (contains carmine)
  • Prism Palette (contains carmine)
  • Pro Brush – A10 Diffuser Brush (made with goat hair)
  • Pro Brush – A12 Small Contour Brush (made with goat hair)
  • Pro Brush – A13 Medium Shader Brush (made with pony hair)
  • Pro Brush – A14 Pencil Brush (made with goat hair)
  • Pro Brush – A16 Large Shadow Brush (made with kolinsky and sable hair)
  • Pro Brush  – A18 Angle Chiseler (made with natural bristles)
  • Pro Brush – A19 Blush Brush (made with natural bristles)
  • Pro Brush – A20 Large Powder Brush (made with natural bristles)
  • Pro Brush – A22 Pointed Cheek Brush (made with natural bristles)
  • Pro Brush – A24 Medium Shadow Brush (made with natural bristles)
  • Pro Brush – A25 Tapered Blending Brush (made with natural bristles)
  • Subculture Palette (contains carmine)
  • Tinted Brow Gel – Auburn (contains carmine)


Have you tried anything from Anastasia Beverly Hills before?

5 Responses
  • Fiona
    May 3, 2018

    I have found less vegan marked products. For example, their Moonchild kit is not marked vegan. Have they changed the formula?

    • Vicky Ly
      May 3, 2018

      I noticed they’ve removed the VEGAN label on some of their products. I sent them an email 2 weeks ago addressing this and asked if they recently changed their formula and they responded saying:

      “We apologize for any confusion. Since we have many products in various shades, please let us know specifically which items you are interested in and we will do our best to give you the needed details.”

      My guess is that they haven’t changed their formulas and maybe they’re just updating their website and in doing so, they’ve accidentally removed the VEGAN label off from some of their shades and products. But I plan to follow-up with these changes closely! =)

  • Carole
    March 17, 2018

    Hi, do you know if the new Amrezy Highlighter is vegan? Thank you

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