Vegan Beauty Product Round-up

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The beauty industry has evolved to a time where green vegan products matter and are being produced by more companies each day. These products bring a new meaning to beauty and allow consumers to use them without fear. If you want to avoid using questionable ingredients on your skin and promote clean beauty, check out this vegan beauty product round-up for the best and biggest names in vegan beauty.

  • Spectrum collections
Spectrum collections Brushes

Spectrum collection is a brush brand providing animal free and cruelty-free brushes of good quality. It was founded by two sisters, Sophie, and Hannah in 2014. The brushes are gentle and the brand is characterized by colorful themes. If you like a burst of color or mermaid theme to your makeup kit, then you would want Spectrum collections.


  • Cover FX

This is another herbivorous brand with popularity in the cosmetic industry. Cover FX produces a wide range of vegan products such as foundations, makeup brushes, setting spray, and much more. Each Cover FX product is free from parabens, talc, fragrance, mineral oil, and gluten. It is a great choice for all your vegan makeup needs.


  • Inika

Inika is an Australian-based company that has gone global by offering cruelty-free, phytophagous products. This modest company created the world’s first organic and vegan lipstick. They use 100% natural and high-quality ingredients. You will find cacao seed butter and macadamia seed oil in a typical Inika product.


  • Osea Malibu

How about skin-soothing natural products for healthiness? Osea Malibu is an entirely vegan brand with products for self-care and skin nourishment. Some of its top products include white algae mask and blemish balm. Ingredients are sourced from the sea and the beautiful clear bottles are made from eco-friendly materials to make using these products even more worthwhile.


  • Tanologist
Vegan Beauty Product


When it comes to getting a fake tan the vegan way, this brand has you covered. Tanalogist by Lottie Tomlinson offers you a wide range of options such as a gradual tan, tanning water, tanning drops, or instant tan. You can wash off these products afterward but you are assured of their natural sources.


  • Black Moon Cosmetics
Vegan Beauty Product

With a gothic theme, this vegan cosmetic brand provides a range of lipsticks from liquid to matte. If you love dark colors and want to avoid a shelf of synthetic products, opt for Black Moon Cosmetics.


  • Rahua

Rahua thinks only of sustainability and non-toxic beauty products. The ingredients for most products of this brand are derived from the rainforest. The products are free of parabens, gluten, talc, and sulfate. Rahua tends to hair and skin beauty; they guarantee safe and natural treatments.


  • Lime Crime
Vegan Beauty Product

This company needs no introductions in the vegan beauty arena. Lime Crime is famous worldwide for its colorful products, of high-quality and a fun theme. Their product range includes bold palettes, long-wearing lipsticks, and inspiring highlighters.

Beauty products do not get better than clean and vegan products. Hence, it is important to protect your skin’s integrity at all times using such items.


Read about the Clean Beauty Revolution HERE.

About Suzanne Tripaldi

Suzanne brings a vast array of business development and public relations experience, having worked with numerous major brands including the Trump Organization, Capri Capital, Bvlgari, and Bentley Motors. A graduate of Rutgers University, Suzanne combines her years of experience with an ever-searching eye for new ideas to promote business development to its utmost.

3 comments to " Vegan Beauty Product Round-up "
  • EmmiJade

    Ugh I have GOT to get those spectrum brushes, they’re beautiful! I’m a sucker for novelty makeup brushes but I haven’t been able to find a lot of vegan or cruelty-free ones. I also loooooove Lime Crime – they make my favorite lipstick and it lasts foreeeeeeeeeeeeever.

    Thanks for this list – gonna check out some of the other stuff on it, thanks for the heads up!

  • Jasmine Hewitt

    Looks like a great vegan list. Are these brands listed as cruelty-free with leaping bunny?

    • Suzanne Tripaldi

      There are 2 “bunny” claims both mean essentially the same cruelty free & not tested on animals.

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