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Share more of that delicious love around! πŸ’žβœ¨ // πŸ“Έ via @jangandfox

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Coming to the ruff realization that work starts tomorrow. πŸ˜‘ // #regram via @fabfitfun & πŸ“Έ via @lumadoodlebear

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@callitspring is committed to becoming a fully vegan brand and will be discontinuing the use of animal products, starting with its Spring 2019 collection! πŸ‘ βœ¨πŸŒΈ
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β€œOur customers asked and we listened. CALL IT SPRING noticed a growing demand for vegan footwear, particularly over the last few years as veganism has become increasingly adopted....We wanted to make it easier for customers to shop for vegan, cruelty-free styles” (Source: Vegan News Co)

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DID YA HEAR? LUSH recently announced it will be removing eggs from all its beauty products! πŸ₯šπŸš«
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"All of our products will now officially be egg-free. But never fear, your fave Lush goodies will be as effective as ever thanks to some egg-citing ingredient replacements."
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LUSH is cruelty-free with mostly vegan products, but some of their beauty products still contain some animal by-products like lanolin, honey, and/or milk. Hopefully, they're working on becoming a 100% vegan brand in the near future! πŸ™πŸ»πŸ€žπŸ»
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BUNNY 🐰 LOVE 🧑. I just found out bunnies can start reproducing as young as 4 months old and are pregnant for 30 days, having litters of 4-12 babies. They can have 800 children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren during their lifetime!! 😳 Meanwhile, I'm over here just trying to drink enough water throughout the day πŸ˜…
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This #VeganManiMonday is from one of my favorite cruelty-free and vegan nail inspo accounts @nagelfuchs, check out her insanely creative and cute AF nail art, all using 100% vegan nail polishes! You can thank me later ✨

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Cruelty-Free & Vegan Primers at Sephora

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A face primer can make or break how the rest of your makeup looks, applies, and stays on all day so it’s important to invest in a primer that suits your unique skin type.

And if you’re an animal lover (who isn’t!) then you’ll also want to make sure your face and eye primers weren’t tested on animals or contain any animal ingredients, making them cruelty-free and vegan!

To help you navigate through the plethora of cruelty-free and vegan primer options available at Sephora, I’ve found some of the best animal-free options for those with oily skin, dry skin, or simply wanting a pore minimizing effect.

Vegan Primers

Below is a list of primers (for face and eyes) that are vegan and don’t contain any animal ingredients and are from brands that don’t test on animals and have no parent company animal testing too:

Vegan Face Primers for Oily Skin


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Vegan Face Primers for Dry Skin


Vegan Blurring Face Primers

Vegan Eyeshadow Primers

More vegan eye primer options (not shown in above photo):


More vegan face primer options (not shown in above photos):


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4 Comments
  • FJ
    November 18, 2018

    Looking up the Farsali Unicorn Essence I found this review by motomom21 on Sephora posted 10 days ago:

    “I give it three stars because I feel like it brighten my skin. It didn’t work as a primer before my makeup application but I used it at night after I washed my face. I wish I could give it five stars but it contains artificial coloring. Red 33, petroleum made from coal tar, red 1, coloring made from bugs, and blue 1 is also a form of coal tar. I wish it didn’t have artificial coloring. Look into the artificial coloring.”

    If this is true it wouldn’t be considered vegan. Can you please confirm?

  • Erika
    September 8, 2018

    I am so amazed and happy I found this website , I will be doing a cleaning on my makeup bag and I sadly have products that are tested in animals which I didn’t know but I am going to do the change !

  • sawaira
    May 26, 2018

    is vegan makeup halal??? kindly tell me

    • Vicky Ly
      May 27, 2018

      Hi Sawaira,

      I’m not particularly familiar with halal makeup but to my knowledge, some cruelty-free and vegan cosmetics contain alcohol.

      Alcohol isn’t derived from animals so it’s considered vegan. With that being said, not all vegan makeup is considered halal.

      Hope that answers your question!

β€œMake ethical choices in what we buy, do, and watch. In a consumer-driven society our individual choices, used collectively for the good of animals and nature, can change the world faster than laws.”― Marc Bekoff

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