So, I’ve been to London twice now, and both times I’ve picked up a ton of vegan beauty products. I am pretty jealous of the British for having Superdrug, Sleek, Too Faced, Barry M, Pacifica, Soap and Glory and many more brands with vegan options within their reach. I wish Belgium had some more exciting options like that. Anyway, the last time I went to London I picked up two of the Barry M Loud Mouth Extreme Lip Colours. A neutral and a deep berry. Here are my thoughts…
When I first went to London (about two years ago now), I purchased two Muji Drawers. Since then, I have been using them to store my everyday makeup items. Every month or so I take out all the products and replace most of them by other products in my collection in order to change things up and rotate all the makeup items that I own. Since I love seeing the contents of others peoples Muji drawers, I thought it might be interesting to show you mine, so here is a closer look.
I’ve been ill with the flu all week and now finally feel good enough to sit down and write another post. You won’t believe how happy this makes me. Even though I’ve only been sick for a week, I feel so happy to be able to sit up again, eat some toast and drink a little water. Anyway, today I celebrate this by writing about something beautiful: the Zoeva Luxe Cream Lipsticks. This is a fairly new line of lipsticks that is made to be long wearing, creamy and very pigmented. All shades are vegan.
Ever since I got into vegan and cruelty free cosmetics, I’ve been discovering so many awesome products that I would never have even known if I kept on buying non vegan products. I love that. In fact, there are so many cruelty free brands that make insanely beautiful cosmetics, that my wishlist has been growing exponentially. I present to you twenty makeup products that tickle my animal loving fancy.
When I go abroad, I always research where to buy vegan and cruelty free cosmetics in that area. I then come up with a list of shops and visit them one by one to collect some of the products that I can’t purchase here in Belgium. When it comes to purchasing vegan beauty products in Belgium itself however, I find it really hard to get information on the internet. I therefore decided to make my own article devoted to vegan beauty shopping in Belgium. I hope this helps out some of you.
When it comes to makeup, I am always on the look out for three things: vegan lipstick, vegan blush and vegan eye shadow. Yesterday was my lucky day when it came to eye shadow because Couleur Caramel, a brand that offers a ton of vegan options, had a -75% sale in a nearby store (for my Belgian readers; it was Essenza). The sale was just too good to pass up on so I grabbed the only two neutral (and vegan) shades left and purchased them along with one of their cardboard palettes. The grand total? About 7 euros.