They are called "vegan" cosmetic brands. Like people who exclude all products of animal origin from their diet, and who adopt an animal-friendly lifestyle, more and more cosmetics brands are also claiming to be "vegan".
The Italian cosmetics brand Liquidflora alone has the good points. Labeled organic and cruelty-free, the make-up brand also makes it a point of honor to offer guaranteed Gluten Free ranges. Very committed to the preservation of the environment, the brand favors products of biological origin and does not contain any parabens, silicones, nitrosating agents or GMOs. Flawless!
Our selection: Coral lipstick, 18.50 euros; Length and volume mascara, 25 euros; Black eye pencil, 6.90 euros; Fluid foundation, 27 euros.
The cosmetics brand e.l.f, for "eyes, lips, face", positioned itself very early on the market of brands that boycott product testing on animals. Very committed, the brand refuses to market products containing ingredients derived from animals. Another hobbyhorse of the American brand:offering low-cost make-up ranges (it is possible to buy cosmetic products from €1). Be careful though:the brand's makeup brushes and brushes are not yet labeled as vegan.
Our selection: Moonlight Pearls Highlighter, €9; Blush Light Palette, 12 euros; Tinted lip oil, 9.50 euros; Nude Mood eye shadow palette, 12.90 euros.Read also:Animal testing:we visited the Episkin reconstructed skin lab
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While all of the cosmetics brand's products are guaranteed organic, only some of them are vegan. Eye shadows, varnishes, eye make-up removers or even various body care products meet the requirements of vegan labeling. Already renowned for being very committed to respecting the environment, the brand tries to turn more and more towards a more natural and animal-friendly production.
Our selection: Nail polish, 6.65 euros; Lip pencil, 4 euros; Waterproof mascara, €7; Eye shadow palette, 19 euros; concealer, 7 euros.
Very popular with 20-35 year olds, and widely promoted by YouTubers, the American cosmetics brand Too Faced carefully cultivates its pro vegan brand image. The company has released dozens of products whose composition is guaranteed to be of non-animal origin.
Our selection: Damn Girl! volume mascara, €26; Natural Lust eye shadow palette, 59 euros; Natural Lust Bronzer bronzer and highlighter, 34 euros; Triple Scoop highlighter palette, 43 euros.
Founded by Maureen Kelly, the Tarte cosmetics brand has claimed to be cruelty-free since its arrival on the market more than 10 years ago. All makeup products, from eye shadow palettes to foundation are also guaranteed free of gluten, parabens, sodium lauryl sulfate -a strong ionic detergent and surfactant-, phthalates -a group of chemicals derived from acid phthalic-, or even without mineral oils.
Our selection: Tartelette in Bloom eye shadow palette, 39 euros; Lights Camera Lashes 4-in-1 mascara, €25; Sex Kitten eyeliner, €19.90; Chrome Paint highlighter, 32 euros; Shape Tape Pore and Prime creamy foundation, 25 euros; Gloss Tarteist, 19.90 euros.Read also:Why organic lipstick is all good
If the brand is above all known for its beauty products dedicated to body care, or for its XXL bath bombs, the Lush brand also has a guaranteed 100% vegan makeup range. Eyeliners, eye shadows, mattifying powder or lipsticks in acid colors:everything is made up of ingredients of non-animal origin.
Our selection: Solid foundations, 22.95 euros for 30g; solid highlighters, 14.95 euros; Lipsticks, 16.95 euros.
Also committed against animal exploitation and the testing of cosmetics performed on animals, the Make Up Minéral brand keeps other promises. All of the brand's products are guaranteed non-comedogenic and guarantee sun protection - two sun filters are contained in the brand's foundations.
Our selection: Lipsticks, 12.90 euros; Foundations, from 13.90 euros; Eye shadows, from 5.80 euros.
Founded in 1997 by Anastasia Soare, the makeup brand Anastasia Beverly Hills, whose products dedicated to the beauty of the eyebrows are among the best sellers on the market, is very popular all over the world. Recently, the brand has established itself in France and is provoking unparalleled enthusiasm among beauty addicts and vegan consumers,
Our selection: Alyssa Edwards eyeshadow palette, 49.50 euros; Dipbrow cream-gel for eyebrows, 25 euros; Contouring palette, from 48.50 euros.Read also:#MadeInFrance:Amalthéa, the essence of beauty
Created by tattoo artist Kat Von D - whose real name is Katherine von Drachenberg -, the eponymous brand is renowned for offering long-lasting products with intense pigments, whose coverage is total. Liquid lipsticks, contouring and eyeshadow palettes, eyeliners, concealers and even foundations are guaranteed cruelty-free and vegan-friendly when the #VeganAlert label appears on the product. Coming from the other side of the Atlantic, the brand is available exclusively at Sephora France.
Our selection: Go big or go home mascara, €22; Tattoo Liner liquid eyeliner, 19.90 euros; Lock-it translucent loose powder, 17 euros; Vegan Love eye shadow palette, 42 euros; Kitten Mini Everlasting matte lipstick, 10.99 euros.
Concealer, foundation, make-up brushes and bags, make-up fixing spray or even eyeshadow:Urban Decay is constantly adding new products to its cruelty-free and vegan guaranteed make-up range. Present on the market for more than 20 years, the brand had every interest in making this transition to continue to please the beauty gurus, many of whom appreciate Urban Decay products.
Our selection: Naked eyeshadow palette, 52 euros; Naked contouring palette, 48 euros; Afterglow highlighter palette, 37.99 euros; Vice Collection Cherry lipstick, 19.99 euros.