Loved going vegan in January? Thinking about sticking to it? Make your make-up bag cruelty-free with these vegan hero tools and products.
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Charlotte Tilbury Magic Foundation, €40
You don’t need to worry about finding a worthy vegan foundation. Charlotte Tilbury Magic Foundation, €40 is a cult-hero, with strong coverage for acne, scarring, lines, hyperpigmentation and more, with the tricky-to-find combination of also being lightweight. Other vegan Charlotte Tilbury heroes include the Mini Miracle Eye Wand, €39 and the Wonderglow Primer, €49.
Inika’s Long Lash Vegan Mascara, €24
Inika is one of the most popular vegan make-up brands, with a lot to choose from, from highlighters to hyaluronic acid infused foundations. Inika’s Long Lash Vegan Mascara, €24, performs as well as any chemical counterpart. It’s formulated with conditioning ingredients to boost your lashes’ health, is long-wearing to last all day without crumbling, and comes in doe-eyed brown and jet black.
Cover FX Custom Enhancer Drops, €35
They don’t shout about it enough, but Cover FX is co-developed with a founding partner of MAC Cosmetics. There’s a wide range of powders and foundations in diverse shades, but a must-try is the Custom Enhancer Drops, €35, available in Arnotts, which are liquid metallic highlighters which can be worn alone, or added to your foundation for a more subtle glow.
NOTE Ultra Rich Colour Lipstick, €4.95
All of the NOTE Cosmetics range is cruelty-free and vegan, and this richly pigmented, argan oil and cocoa butter-infused lipstick should be a staple in every make-up bag, especially for quality at this cost.
Inglot Italian Kiss Matt Eyeshadow, €6
Inglot’s range of vegan products is vast, from Cream Concealer, €14, AMC Brow Liner Gel, €16, and False Lash Effect mascara, €12, and the Italian Kiss Matt Eyeshadow collection of five burnishing shades of warm orange browns, berry purples and fiery reds are a worthy vegan addition to any night-out look.
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