Review: Cruelty Free Makeup

Hello beauties,

With this day and age, I think it’s fair to say most of us are starting to think about how our purchasing habits impact the greater world. Today I wanted to talk to you about Cruelty Free Makeup as it’s becoming a topic of interest for me. As a big lover of animals, I’m disappointed in myself that I still purchase products that are tested on animals. I think it’s becoming easier to find good quality makeup product that are cruelty free, so I wanted to share a few of my favourite Cruelty Free Makeup brands and products.


Innoxa Australia

Pore Vanishing Cream

Renew Age Erase Serum Foundation


Metallix Eyeshadow (previously called ACME)

Williams Pro Makeup

Zero Powder*


Jeffree Star Cosmetics

Velour Liquid Lipsticks

Colour Pop Cosmetics

Ultra Matte Lips

Makeup Geek

Makeup Geek Eyeshadows

Makeup Geek Foiled Eyeshadows



Sheer Glow Foundation



Audacious Lipstick


Urban Decay

Primer Potion


24/7 Eyeliners

Hope you all got something out of this post. By putting together this post I’ve become so much more educated in the realm of cruelty free makeup. I’m going to make more of a concious effort to not purchase products that are tested on animals, who’s with me?

*This product has been provided for reviewing purposes, all views and opinions are 100% honest.

**Disclaimer: All opinions are based on personal experiences, and are not sponsored. rachelbeautystyle is not a make up artist, beauty or skincare specialist and will not be held liable for any recommendations. Therefore try at your own risk.

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16 thoughts on “Review: Cruelty Free Makeup

  1. Always good to know which brands are cruelty free and I know there’s plenty more out there. I really don’t know why there are companies out there that still test on animals and I also can’t understand why countries like China & Brazil (from what I’ve read) make international companies do this in order to sell to their populations. I definitely try to buy cruelty free stuff, but it can be tricky with parent companies & the like (e.g. Essie being owned by Loréal, who test on animals – I do own some Essie polishes, which is a shame). It’s a matter of staying educated.


    1. Its so difficult to find out which brands are cruelty free. I didn’t know Brazil also test on animals, but thank you for sharing. I’m trying to only purchase cruelty free makeup but its definitely hard to know who test on animals and who don’t…


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