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5 best cruelty-free brands to buy

5 best cruelty-free brands to buy Favful

For the sake of animal loving, purchasing beauty stuff from these brands are totally guilt-free!

These days, society is going intense on animal cruelty and most of us are becoming more conscious about beauty brands that stand up for not testing on animals. Animal testing is awfully inhumane but unfortunately some beauty giants still running tests on innocent animals in order to save costs. Some beauty brands have toppled and backed out of this testing method and opting to go cruelty-free, but still sustaining their passion for beauty without jeopardizing animals' lives.

To support such a kind act, these are the 5 best cruelty-free beauty brands to love!

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1. Urban Decay

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With their highly raved premium eyeshadows and makeup, Urban Decay is a renowned beauty brand that anti-animal cruelty at its finest. Certified by PETA and The Leaping Bunny Program (CCIC), we are pleased that their fall 2016 collection does not containing any animal-derived ingredients either, loving furry friends as much as we do!

2. Kat Von D Beauty

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Kat Von D has been getting massive attention recently by launching her very own vegan makeup line and already giving her fans a couple of KVD must-haves: lipsticks and a contour palette. Due to her being a huge animal lover by owning two sphinx cats, Poe and Piaf, she irrefutably joined forces to banish animal testing on beauty products.

3. Lush Cosmetics

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Though Lush is a vegan company, there are some dairy products such as milk and honey included that are beneficail for hair care and skin. They feel no guilt calling themselves cruelty-free as they test all their products on volunteered human participants instead of building happiness on furry kids’ pain. To show their will to fight the cruel, Lush has established a long term campaign since the 90’s and they also offers £250,000 as funding for anti- animal testing innovators.

4. Too Faced

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Similar to Kat Von D, the founder of Too Faced, Jerrod Blandino is a mega fan of chihuahuas and he even printed an illustration of his dog Clover on the cover of the pink pouch for his Better Together collaboration with KVD! How can you not love this brand when the packaging is too cute to be true? even brushes are made with ultra soft teddy bear hair.

Related: Have you seen the Kat Von D x Too Faced Better Together collection?

5. NYX Cosmetics

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Let’s give a round of applause for NYX Cosmetics for their dedication to the anti-cruelty stance. Although NYX is under the umbrella of L’Oreal, a company that expands market in China where tests on animals is a must, they have bit gotten involved in that market until animal tests are no longer required. No animals will suffer for NYX products and the brand also was presented with the Courage in Commerce Award by PETA in 2012!

Are you team cruelty-free?

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