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Toast to another year of living your BEST cruelty-free & vegan life!πŸ₯‚πŸΎβœ¨
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Animal testing for cosmetics is STILL happening as we go into 2020! πŸ’‰πŸ Neither the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) nor the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission *require* animal testing for cosmetics or household products. There are sufficient existing safety data as well as in vitro alternatives to make animal testing for these products obsolete. (Source: Leaping Bunny)
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Therefore it is up to brands and ingredient suppliers to ensure no new animal tests occur during any stage of product development and manufacturing.
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Vote with your consumer dollars by choosing to only buy from cruelty-free brands in 2020! ✊🏻 Let’s continue to fight to see a global end to animal testing for cosmetics! ✨
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Pigs are friends, not food! 🐷 Save animals' lives by keeping these intelligent and social beings off your plate this holiday!✨ There are so many delicious vegan holiday roasts  to choose from now!
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Looking for a stylish vegan winter coat to keep you warm this season? ❄️ Here are some ethical vegan outerwear labels! 🌿 From vegan puffers, parkas, bombers, vests, coats, and jackets for men, women, and kids! πŸ§₯✨
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What to look out for in an ethical + vegan winter coat:
❄️ Avoid coats filled with down and animal feathers -- instead, these vegan labels use recycled polyester that are made from used bottles and post-consumer recycled content. They're also warmer, lighter, and more breathable than goose-down!
❄️ Read the label to see if the fur-trim is animal-derived or not. -- Don't just assume it's faux fur, it only takes two seconds to check to be sure!
❄️ Ethically-made -- If the price is too good to be true, it probably is. Support vegan labels that care about the people making their clothes just as much as they do about the animals! Are their workers treated fairly, under safe conditions, and paid a living wage?
❄️ Made to Last -- Avoid shopping for a cheap winter coat just to wear a handful of times and to be replaced next year. Choose quality outerwear made with durable materials that were made to last, and even better, check to see if it comes with a warranty! πŸ‘ŒπŸ»
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@covergirl just launched their πŸ†• 100% vegan beauty line, Clean Fresh 🌿 The 4-piece collection features a Sheer-Coverage Skin Milk, Cream Blush, Cooling Highlighting Glow Stick and a Lip Oil. Available online at Amazon and Ulta.
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Note: CoverGirl is cruelty-free and certified by Leaping Bunny, however, CoverGirl is owned by Coty, a parent corporation that is NOT cruelty-free.
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List of Cruelty-Free & Vegan Lashes

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I want to believe as much as you all do that adorable minks are getting fresh fades, trims, and haircuts and whatever falls to the ground is washed and then used to make our falsies. Or that there’s some sort of mink spa where the animals get massaged, shampooed, brushed and the hair that sheds off is used to make our eyelashes. But let’s be real, that’s not how it happens.

There’s a reason why there isn’t any images of these “cruelty-free mink farms”

When manufacturers are proud and transparent of how they source their ingredients or how they make their products, they’ll often proudly show us with images of organic lavender fields or assembly lines of people smiling while packing their products.

If you Google “mink eyelashes”, it’s just images of eyelashes. But if you Google “mink farms” you’ll see the inhumane truth behind how those mink eyelashes came to be.

Mink Eyelashes are Not Cruelty-Free

And any mink eyelash brand claiming their products are “cruelty-free” is a blatant lie. Here are some deceiving claims made from mink lash brands trying to paint a pretty picture of an unrealistic mink farm:

SJ Lashes claims,“Our real animal fur lashes are totally cruelty free, obtained by gently brushing live animals, without harming them. This gentle, meticulous procedure ensures that no animals are harmed during the entire harvesting process, while preserving the quality of the harvested fur. ” – SJ Lashes (NOT Cruelty-Free Brand)

Lotus Lashes claims, “you can rest assured that the minks aren’t harmed in the process of collecting the hairs for our beautiful lashes! The manufacturers simply get the hairs from brushing and collecting the hairs from the animals.” – Lotus Lashes (NOT Cruelty-Free Brand)

Sadly, there are no organizations or third parties that audit or regulate such claims of “cruelty-free mink farms” and “cruelty-free mink lashes“, so we’re left to trust and believe the words of the people who are trying to sell us their products. Don’t fall for these deceiving claims.

Let’s get real here. Mink lashes are not cruelty-free. If you want truly cruelty-free lashes where absolutely no animals are ever harmed in the process, then opt for synthetic or human hair lashes instead. This is the only way to guarantee no animals were harmed or killed for our falsies.

Here are a few cruelty-free and vegan false eyelashes available today!

Cruelty-Free & Vegan False Eyelashes

MOTD Faux Mink Vegan Lashes
MOTD Vegan Lashes

MOTD Cosmetics – Faux Mink Silk Lashes

I’m a huge fan and user of MOTD vegan makeup brushes and on May 1, 2019, MOTD launched their collection of vegan lashes!! This 100% vegan brand released 3 faux mink silk lash collections that include a range of lash styles from Natural, Full, to Extra!

Price: $15/each

Where to buy? motdcosmetics.com and Use coupon code: β€˜VICKY’ to receive 15% OFF your order.

Ardell Vegan & Cruelty-Free Lashes
Ardell Vegan & Cruelty-Free Lashes

Ardell Lashes – Cruelty-Free Lashes

Ardell is my go-to brand for false lashes because they’re super affordable and they come in a variety of different styles! You can find Ardell at just about any drugstore and they’re also readily available on Amazon too. All of Ardell lashes are 100% animal-free so you can choose from their different styles without having to worry about animals being harmed for your falsies!

I love Ardell multi-packs, get four of their lashes at a sweet price and their Demi Whispies are my absolute fave πŸ‘ŒπŸ»

Price: around $5/each

Where to buy? Most drugstores and on Amazon

ELF Vegan Lashes
ELF Vegan Lashes

ELF – Cruelty-Free Fake Eyelashes

ELF seems to make just about everything! and super affordable vegan false eyelashes is another product ELF has mastered! You can grab a pair of ELF false eyelashes for under $5 in a variety of styles from individual false lashes, natural, to dramatic and full glam lashes. Glam on a budget? ELF’s got your back.

Price: $4 – $5 /each

Where to buy? elfcosmetics.com, Ulta, or some drugstores.

House of Lashes - Synthetic Lashes
House of Lashes – Synthetic Lashes

House of Lashes

House of Lashes are 100% cruelty-free, all of their false eyelashes are hand crafted using 100% sterilized premium human hair and cruelty-free synthetic fibers. I especially love how House of Lashes are beautifully packaged in recyclable packaging!

Price: $12/each

Where to buy? Ulta

Sugarpill Lashes - Vegan False Lashes
Sugarpill Lashes – Vegan False Lashes

Sugarpill Lashes

Sugarpill lashes offer a beautiful range of luxurious and dramatic false eyelashes, all of Sugarpill’s cruelty-free and vegan lashes are made with synthetic hair or natural human hair. My fave is Halo!

Price: $9

Where to buy? Amazon and Beautylish

Eylure Cruelty-Free Lashes
Eylure Cruelty-Free Lashes

Eylure False Lashes

Eylure has an impressive range of cruelty-free lashes including natural, volume, dramatic, luxe, and even magnetic lashes! Eylure lashes are made with premium synthetic fibres that look and feel like animal hair but without the cruelty!

Price: $5-20

Where to buy? Amazon and Ulta

SocialEyes - Vegan Lashes
SocialEyes – Vegan Lashes

SocialEyes Lashes

SocialEyes was created by animal-lover and popular Youtube vlogger, Karissa Pukas. Her premium cruelty-free and vegan eyelashes are handcrafted and made with a perfect blend of synthetic and human hair.

Price: $5-15

Where to buy? Amazon

Black Moon Cosmetics Vegan Lashes
Black Moon Cosmetics Vegan Lashes

Black Moon Cosmetics

Black Moon Cosmetics are known for their gothic cruelty-free and vegan makeup products, but did you know they also have vegan lashes? Black Moon Cosmetics’ Fur Free Collection of vegan lashes are made with poly-synthetic fibers that mimic the “mink” look and feel without the cruelty! They claim their cruelty-free lashes are comfortable, reusable, and lightweight, they come in a variety of lash styles named after each zodiac sign.

Price: $12-14

Where to buy? blackmooncosmetics.com and Riley Rose

Dare Lashes – Truly Cruelty-Free & Vegan

Dare Lashes

Dare Lashes offers high quality, affordable, cruelty-free eyelashes aimed at revolutionizing the eyelash game. “Like mink but better, eyelashes no longer need to abuse animals for our beauty. With 5% of each purchase of Dare Lashes is donated to WWF to help eradicate the cruel fur trade. Together, we will make a difference.

Price: Β£7-8

Where to buy? darelashes.com

Jolie Beauty Cruelty-Free Lashes
Jolie Beauty Cruelty-Free Lashes

Jolie Beauty Cruelty-Free Lashes

Slayin Lashes by Jolie Beauty are luxurious & cruelty free lashes that are completely handcrafted and made from Faux Mink. There are soft and luxurious styles with a natural finish. Yet also lashes for dramatic, vampy effects. Made from the highest quality faux mink: a synthetic material that is comparable to silk – without the worms! Our cruelty-free, vegan eyelashes are so well made, they can be worn up to 20 times.  Keep it ethical and say no to mink, with these vegan eyelashes.”

Price: Β£9.99

Where to buy? joliebeauty.co.uk

Feline Lashes - Vegan False Eyelashes
Feline Lashes – Vegan False Eyelashes

Feline Lashes

Feline Lashes are hand-made to perfection where each pair is truly unique! Their eyelashes are made out of vegan and cruelty-free synthetic silk. Feline Lashes come in a range of flirty, full, or dramatic lash styles.

Price: $27/each

Where to buy? felinelashes.com

Lorum Lashes Vegan Lashes
Lorum Lashes Vegan Lashes

Lorum Lashes

Lorum Lashes was started to bring customers luxury false lashes that are cruelty-free, super easy to apply and most importantly affordable. All of Lorum Lashes are made out of 3D Faux fur which is synthetic fibers that are made to look and feel like fur, but aren’t. We do not use animal fur in any of our products and we never will, making us 100% cruelty-free and vegan. We aim to bring you the best quality lashes at the lowest prices.”

Price: $10-15

Where to buy? lorumlashes.com

Tigress Beauty Vegan Lashes
Tigress Beauty Vegan Lashes

Tigress Beauty Lashes

Tigress Beauty is committed to providing glam lovers all around the world 100% cruelty-free and vegan lashes. Tigress Beauty was created upon an undying passion felt towards beauty and cruelty-free practices towards all animals. Our lashes are individually designed to create a myriad of different looks and complementary finishes with our supreme quality synthetic silk. Experience the Tigress Beauty difference.”

Price: $21-27

Where to buy? tigressbeauty.com

Unapologetic Cosmetics Cruelty-Free Lashes
Unapologetic Cosmetics Cruelty-Free Lashes

Unapologetic Cosmetics Lashes

Unapologetic Cosmetics’ “aim is to provide the best quality vegan lashes made from advanced silk fibres that closely mimic the feel and look of mink eyelashes – without involving real mink fur. Extensive research and testing have gone into creating the perfect lashes. Unapologetic Cosmetics is proud to be the first brand to introduce 4D strip lashes into the beauty industry. 4D lashes are the latest advanced development in eyelash technology that provides ultimate volume and glamour whilst blending seamlessly with your natural lashes.”

Price: Β£9.95/each

Where to buy? unapologeticcosmetics.co.uk

True Glue Natural False Lashes
True Glue Natural False Lashes

True Glue Natural False Lashes

True Glue luxury lashes are eco-friendly, sustainable, vegetarian and cruelty-free! Our 100% silk lashes feature bands that are a handmade cotton thread for easy peasy application. Re-use up to 20 applications per lash.” True Glue is also a Canadian brand based in Toronto!

Price: $7-25

Where to buy? true-glue.com and Amazon (CA) πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦

Aether Vegan Lashes
Aether Vegan Lashes

Aether Lashes

Aether Lashes are “made from cutting-edge, ultra-thin and soft signature synthetic fibers and are handcrafted in stunning, natural patterns.” I especially love how they donate a portion of each sale in support of helping fur-bearing animals like minks!

Price: $18/each

Where to buy? Amazon


I’d love to know, have you tried any of these cruelty-free and vegan eyelashes before?

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10 Comments
  • Liz
    October 20, 2019

    Hey babe! Thanks for the rec on unapologetic lashes, I just purchased. I was looking for false 3D-4D lashes and these are perfect. Really appreciate the rec!

  • Lauren Voyles
    April 13, 2019

    I use House of Lashes and absolutely love them. I get like 10+ wears out of each. I’m branching out to find more cruelty free indie lash brands.

  • Gracie Myers
    November 27, 2018

    Hi Vicky!

    This is a great blog post. I’m just wondering though, for the companies that provide cruelty-free lashes (House of Lashes, Elf, Lash Lingerie), are they purchasing their lashes from a wholesale company that ALSO makes mink lashes?

    If so, aren’t the “cruelty free” companies listed still supporting non cruelty-free companies? Are they then actually cruelty-free themselves?

    I’m not trying to pick your blog post apart, I’m just trying to figure out there the end of the line is. Have you asked these companies where they purchase their lashes for resale?

    Many thanks πŸ™‚

  • HAUT COSMETICS
    October 20, 2018

    Nice blog and thank’s to share this information…

    • Cecilia
      October 22, 2018

      Hello,

      Do you know if any salon that does lash extensions uses cruelty free vegan lashes? I am trying to find one in Cincinnati.

  • Fernanda O. de Barros
    August 10, 2018

    Hi! Do you know if the LashBox LA lashes are really synthetic? I’ve contacted them and they’ve assured their lashes are purely made out of synthetic fiber. But how to really trust it as the boxes are named Cashmere Mink, or Synthetic Sable made of pure Silk… By internet researching I could not find this brand mentioned in any Vegan reference website. Please help!

  • Gina
    August 8, 2018

    Just a thought: at the beginning of this post are quotes from 2 mink eyelash manufacturers that falsely claim to be cruelty-free. My concern is that their claims SOUND very convincing and great, and the names of the retailers link to their websites.

    Unfortunately, there is a possibility that visitors who skim this post (looking directly for the brand names of truly cruelty-free lashes) might make the mistake of following those links to purchase from a BAD company and not realize it.
    To make it worse, inserted below the deceptive quotes are a couple of large ads that push the list of truly cruelty-free brands further down the page, making the distinction between the cruel brands and the cruelty-free list a little less obvious.

    Would it be worth it to add a little note “(NOT cruelty-free)” directly after the retailer name at the end of each quote? Or perhaps removing the two hyperlinks altogether?

    Having made that suggestion, I’m so glad to have found this post. It is thoughtful and well-written and has made my shopping for animal-friendly lashes infinitely easier.

    Thank you! You have a new subscriber πŸ™‚

    Gina

    • Vicky Ly
      August 9, 2018

      Hi Gina,

      Thank you so much for taking the time to leave a comment with your feedback. I’ve made the changes that you’ve so kindly suggested and hopefully this will avoid any further confusion! =)

  • Mkj
    June 29, 2018

    Hi, there are some eyelash growth serums, I think one is Latisse or Latrisse? It’s probably too much to hope that they a. Work and b. Aren’t made with animal testing and c. Are safe for the vision long term. I think I read the Latisse was the most effective of the tested serums, but also could permanently darken your eye color ( like all.over, or like a spot/splotch of pigment on the iris? All.over would be ok, but not splotchy) Also if all it does is darken lashes without lengthening or thickening, I wouldn’t have a use for it as my lashes are already black, just shorter and sparser than I would like.

  • Andreia Mchado
    June 24, 2017

    Hi, do you know if all lashes and glue are vegan too?

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