Is Natasha Denona Cruelty-Free and Vegan?

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Is Natasha Denona Cruelty-Free and Vegan?

Natasha Denona is an internationally renowned makeup artist with her own line of professional makeup products, but is Natasha Denona cruelty-free and vegan?

Is Natasha Denona Cruelty-Free?

Natasha Denona is Cruelty-free! None of Natasha Denona’s ingredients, formulations, or finished products are tested on animals, anywhere in the world.

Natasha Denona has confirmed they do not test their products or ingredients on animals, they do not allow others to test on their behalf, their suppliers also do not test on animals, they do not allow their products to be tested on animals when required by law, and their products are not sold in stores in mainland China or any other country that may require animal testing.

Natasha Denona is included on our List of Cruelty-Free Brands.

You can find Natasha Denona cruelty-free products at Sephora and Beautylish.

See Also: List of Vegan Makeup Products at Sephora

Is Natasha Denona Vegan?

Not all of Natasha Denona’s products are vegan as some of their products contain carmine, beeswax, lanolin, and/or other animal-derived ingredients or by-products. However, Natasha Denona does have some vegan options.

Please reference below for a list of Natasha Denona vegan products.

Natasha Denona Vegan Product List

Below is a list of Natasha Denona products that are suitable for vegans and do not contain any animal-derived ingredients or by-products. This vegan product list was provided by Natasha Denona.

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Sadly, none of Natasha Denona’s palettes are considered vegan.

“Unfortunately our palettes are not vegan due to the inclusion of Carmine, a natural pigment derived from the cochineal insect. This is a very commonly used pigment in most cosmetics, foods, and skincare with alternative names such as “crimson lake” or “natural red 4″; but in order to adhere to the strictest standard of veganism and maintain utmost transparency with our valued customers, we cannot call our products vegan for this reason.”


This vegan product list is updated as frequently as possible, please be aware that formulations may have changed since the publication of this post. If you have new information to suggest one of the above products isn’t vegan, please email me at info@ethicalelephant.com to let me know.


I hope this article helped you to understand Natasha Denona’s cruelty-free and vegan status and you discovered another cruelty-free brand to support because together, we can help end animal testing for cosmetics once and for all!

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3 Comments
  • Maria
    July 15, 2020

    ND’s last palette has crushed beetles in it so I guess it’s not cruelty free any more…(Bronze Palette)

    • Maria
      July 15, 2020

      Sorry, it’s cruelty free but it’s not vegan (my mistake – it has carmine)

  • Zoe
    May 29, 2018

    Thank you for this. I wish the Tropic Palette was vegan. x

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