my week in makeup · vegan beauty

My Week In Makeup #28

Happy Monday Lovelies, I hope everyone had a wonderful Mothers Day yesterday. ❤

Just a quick reminder that not all of the products I use are vegan friendly but that’s because they were pre vegan purchases and it would be wasteful to just throw them away, so I plan to use them until they’re finished and just not repurchase.

Click here to check out what’s in my makeup bag!

Check out my new vegan foundation here.



Eyes: Urban Decay Vice 4. (Cruelty free but parent company is L’Oréal.)

Lip: Jeffree Star Cosmetics Velour Liquid Lipstick in Prom Night. (Cruelty free & Vegan.)


Finally got a picture of me and Ricky, he’s so freaking cute!!



Eyes: The Balm Cosmetics Nude’tude Palette. (Cruelty free.)

Lip: Jeffree Star Cosmetics Velour Liquid Lipstick in Posh Spice. (Cruelty free & vegan.)



I left my makeup bag at work so I had to use emergency makeup I had laying around at home, so here is everything I used…

Face: Laura Geller Makeup* Caulk Consealer in Medium. (Unknown cruelty status.)

Laura Geller Makeup* Banish-n-Brighten Consealer in Medium. (Unknown cruelty status.)

Rimmel Wake Me Up Foundation in 400 Natural Beige. (NOT cruelty free.)

Makeup Academy** Matte Perfect Translucent Loose Powder. (Cruelty free.)

Laura Geller Makeup* blush in Ethereal Rose. (Unknown cruelty status.)

Eyes: Urban Decay Naked 3. (Cruelty free but parent company is L’Oréal.)

Tarte Amazonian Clay Smart Mascara. (Cruelty free & Vegan.)

Lip: Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics Liptar in Pretty Boy. (Cruelty free & vegan.)

*I am unaware if Laura Geller Makeup is cruelty free, there is some conflicting information online, their website does say that they do not test on animals, I am just waiting on an email response regarding this and I’m waiting for them to send me a vegan list, I’ll update as soon as I receive the information.

** Makeup Academy are cruelty free, but I will not be purchasing from them again as they say they cannot have a vegan list because…
“To confirm whether the whole product contains by-products after production would entail us asking for breakdowns for every ingredient which would take a lot of time and additional expense to come to the conclusion. As this is not a specific claim we are marketing and it is not an EU cosmetic requirement we would not want to pursue this additional research.”
I just feel like this is a bit of a cop out, other affordable drug store makeup brands can afford to have a vegan list so why can’t they? It just means I won’t be purchasing from MUA again.

Love & Peace,


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