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Here Are All The Cruelty-Free Cosmetics Brands You Should Know About

Our pick of the best cruelty-free make-up brands, because nobody – human or animal – should have to suffer for beauty.

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The Closet’s pick: The amazing DipBrow Pomade will keep your eyebrows on fleek for £15. You might as well invest in a good brush, too…


The Closet’s pick: We first discovered Pacifica’s 100% vegan, 100% cruelty free goodies through its range of blissful scented candles, but it turns out they also make some lovely cosmetics in some really lovely packaging. We rate the Coconut Kiss Lip Butter, £10.99, which hydrates and lightly pigments.

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Dr Lipp

The Closet’s pick: Dr Lipp is only known for its one product, its iconic Nipple Balm for Lips (£12.50). Don’t let the name put you off; just slather this baby on before going to bed and wake up with transformed lips. A winter lifesaver.

Urban Decay

The Closet’s pick: Sorry to be predictable but, if you’re into your eyeshadows, the iconic Naked palettes (£38.50) are game-changers. We also rate Urban Decay’s make-up primers and setters very highly.

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RMS Beauty

The Closet’s pick: For £28, RMS’ Lip2Cheek will give you a perfectly flushed finish, if that’s your thing.

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The Closet’s pick: Make-up wise, you can’t go wrong with Pixi’s Flawless and Poreless primer, £24, which makes up for any gaps in your skincare routine, leaving you the perfect canvas to apply your base to. We can’t write about Pixi without mentioning Glow Tonic, though, as it’s bloody life-changing. Seriously, ladies, we’re talking a miracle in a bottle.


The Closet’s pick: theBalm’s Mary Lou Manizer, £17.50, is a beauty blogger favourite for a reason. As well as having amazing staying power and, well, being the most highly pigmented, shimmery gold highlighter on the market, the Mary Lou Manizer comes in a cute little compact, complete with a mirror.

Feature image via Urban Decay

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