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Vegan Beauty | Vegan List | HUDA Beauty

HUDA Beauty is a cosmetic brand based in Dubai.

I emailed HUDA Beauty as they do not seem to have an FAQ section on their website.

HUDA Beauty confirmed that they are 100% cruelty free.
(They do sell some real mink lashes.)

HUDA Beauty have only a few vegan friendly products so I will list them below.

With eyelashes please double check the product description to be sure they are made from synthetic fibres. 

HUDA Beauty lash glue is NOT vegan.

If you have any concerns you can contact HUDA Beauty via the contact form on their website. Please always check products ingredients before purchase as ingredients and formulations can change over time.

HUDA Beauty don’t have a massive range of vegan beauty products but maybe they will realise there is a demand for more products that are animal friendly and possibly change their ingredients in the future.

You can purchase HUDA Beauty from ShopHudaBeauty.com where the products ship from Dubai and they do ship internationally. In the USA you can purchase from Sephora, and in the UK you can purchase HUDA Beauty from CultBeauty.co.uk.

Love & Peace, SBB. Xo
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13 thoughts on “Vegan Beauty | Vegan List | HUDA Beauty

  1. I have messages Huda several times on several different platforms and they will not give me an answer. NARS is trying to sell yo chins so they are out the window. So far though Bare Minerals PRO is the absolute best c.f.! It’s long wear water proof foundation that doesn’t separate!

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  2. Hey, before I came across this, I had emailed Huda Beauty and asked for a list of their vegan products. In their reply, they said: ” We are cruelty-free and apart from lashes (Classic, Faux-mink and Eazy lash) and glue, we can’t claim vegan for now on our products but working on it”. Since this email got sent to me a couple of hours ago, I think that there has been a change in their products and you should update your list πŸ™‚

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    1. Thank you, I will update that now. I always say that people should check ingredients and with companies before purchases as product formulations can change. Thanks for letting me know. SBB. Xo

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  3. I do not consider Huda beauty as cruelty free if they sell real mink lashes. Shame because I really wanted to buy their lip sticks but I will only buy make up from cruelty free brands. No make up is worth all the suffering that the poor animals have to go through.

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    1. That is a very good point, which I had never thought of. They do sell some faux lashes too, shame they are not all faux. I will add a note in to let people know that they also use real mink. Thank you so much.

      SBB. Xo

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  4. That’s so true. Money talks! You might want to look into May Lindstrom mask. But I have to warn you, it’s super expensive but they are generous with samples. I should also update you that I’ve finally gotten a reply from one of her social media managers after I left a comment on her main website.

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      1. I’ve messaged them three times but still no reply. Very sad since we would like to clarify the origin of some of the ingredients for the lipsticks. A friend of mine bought 10 lipsticks without checking the ingredients. The fact that they aren’t replying means she has to give/throw it away.

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      2. Oh no, I really hate when that happens. I always just assume they are not willing to give out the information when they do not reply. They did reply to me with 24 hours. I hope your friend can give them away to someone so they don’t go to waste.

        SBB. Xo

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      3. Oh wow, you’ve a point there. I didn’t even think of them not willing to give out the information. Thank you for replying. You’ve a great blog by the way!

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      4. Thank you so much! I contacted Glam Glow about a vegan list which they sent me immediately, I knew they were owned by Estee Lauder, but I thought Glam Glow themselves were cruelty free. I read some conflicting posts and contacted Glam Glow with regards to them selling in China, they just never replied and they do sell in China. I guess they just didn’t want to say yes, because they in fact know it’s not a good thing, but money talks.

        SBB. Xo

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