My Favs!!

Ladies it's time to let go of some of our makeup! Why? Most makeup is tested on animals which results in cruel torture and death. Here are some of my favorite cruelty free brands!


Sun Bunny by Too Faced (bronzer) Love this one! Cost is about $28 at Ulta and Sephora stores. Pricy but I love it! 

NYX Abu Dhabi 09 (Lip Cream)

NYX Lip gloss

I'm wearing Too Faced Sun Bunny Bronzer, NYX Abu Dhabi 09 Lip cream & NYX Lip Gloss in Tanned (Can be purchased at local Ulta stores)
Note: As of 2014 NYX was purchased by ultimate animal testing company L'Oreal:(
Looking forward to finding new lip stick and glosses from better companies.

Bonnebell  Gold N'Glitz (Glimmer Bronze) Crates a shimmery glow! I'm wearing it in the picture below.


e.l.f Volume Pumping Mascara and e.l.f eye liner in black.  The mascara gives me the big, long doll lashes that I love. The eye liner is excellent for a soft or dramatic cat eye.

Wet n' wild 218-A - Cruelty Free:)
It's called, "I need a Re-Freshmint" A fun summer color!

551 Lavender Fizz by Milani (center purple)

L.A Colors Summertime (pink), Nuclear Energy (Purple), Radiation (Shiny Blue), Art Deco's Sky blue used for designs.

Trying out cruelty free hair dye by, "Naturcolor, in 5R Light Sienna Chestnut"
I purchased it at Harvest Health Food Store. Google search, "Health food stores" to find local stores in your area that sell organic and cruelty free hair dye/cosmetic options. 

Younique BB Flawless Cream
See my review:

Giovanni Shampoo & Conditioner in Tea Tree 
Smells wonderful and works great! Best organic brand I've tried.


By purchasing only cruelty-free products, you can help save rabbits, mice, guinea pigs, rats, and other animals from excruciating tests and a lifetime of suffering. But how do you know which companies and products are cruelty-free? PETA’s Beauty Without Bunnies program is the ultimate resource for conscientious shoppers, making the quest for cruelty-free products as easy as (vegan) pie. With their searchable online database, you can search by company name or product type to learn which products are cruelty-free.

The FDA admits some companies may claim their product is cruelty free, while still using animals to test some outside elements that go into the making of the product. So how do you know if a product is really “cruelty free?” Websites like People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals and the Coalition for Consumer Information on Cosmetics provide lists of companies and their products  that sign a pledge saying they don’t test on animals. Consumers can look for a bunny image on those products. - CBS 2′s Asa Aarons.

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