10 Cruelty-Free Beauty Companies

Updated on March 22, 2017
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1. Anastasia Beverly Hills

If you are big into makeup, you most likely love Anastasia Beverly Hills. Their company provides every high-end beauty essential that every person who is in love with the beauty world wants. If you are highly concerned about buying products that are tested on animals, you might want to be sure to double check the specific Anastasia Beverly Hills product you are purchasing because a very small amount of their products are not cruelty-free but the majority are.

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2. Lush

Lush Cosmetics is one of the most popular animal cruelty free companies. All of of their products are 100% vegetarian, organic, and handmade. The companies mission was made to fight against animal tested products. They provide products from bath bombs, shampoos, conditioners, body wash, shaving cream, face masks and all your other beauty essential needs.

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3. e.l.f Cosmetics

This big named drugstore company does no testing on animals. If you don't believe it, maybe knowing that they are actually sponsored by PETA will make you believe it. If you think you cannot get inexpensive makeup products, think again. This company provides basically every makeup product you can think of. If you need mascara, eyeliner, eyeshadow, foundation, etc.. they have it! Check out your local WalMart or any drugstore around if you are interested in purchasing from them.

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4. Jeffree Star Cosmetics

This has been one of the trendiest companies for the past year and a half. Jeffree Star Cosmetics is indeed a animal cruelty brand. So while you are sitting by your computer waiting to get a hold of your next Jeffree Star matte lipstick you can have a sigh of relief that none of it was tested on animals. His popular matte lipsticks are not the only product animal cruelty free of course. None of his products had animals harmed in the making.

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5. NYX Cosmetics

NYX is another one of your big named drugstore makeup lines. They are sponsored by PETA which confirms they are telling the truth when they say they really do not test on any animals. They provide all your basic makeup needs such as foundation, eye shadows, and lipsticks for a very low price. If you are looking for a makeup brand that does not test on animals for a low price this is another company you can check out.

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6. Real Techniques

Most people only think about their products that they put on such as makeup, self tanner or hair products to be animal tested but they never think about other products that you do not put on yourself like their makeup brushes they use. Real Techniques is a company that provides high quality makeup brushes and beauty blenders that are are not tested on animals!

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7. Urban Decay

You might be happy to know the popular makeup brand Urban Decay does not take part in animal testing.They fight to make each and everyone one of their products as Vegan as they can. This company is certified both by PETA and The Leaping Bunny Program to reassure you that they are 100% animal cruelty free. If you are unaware of what the Leaping Bunny Program it is the company that provides the little picture of the bunny on your products that label them as cruelty free.

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8. Kat Von D

The popular makeup line ran by Kat Von D is 100% animal cruelty free. The company states that they do not test on animals and never will. Kat Von D is a vegan and animal lover herself which should give you the confidence that any product you buy from her brand will not have had any animals harmed in the making.

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9. Wet n Wild

This company that provides all your best drugstore makeup products does not test on any animals. This is another animal cruelty free company that you can buy your makeup for less. Wet n Wild has hundreds of makeup products to choose from that you can find at your local WalMart or drugstore.

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10. Tarte Cosmetics

Tarte Cosmetics is another popular makeup brand that does not test their products on animals. They even have a special section on their website for to find their Vegan friendly products. They have also been mentioned by PETA as being an animal cruelty free company.

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