I don’t wear makeup, but on the rare occasion that I do, I make sure to only wear makeup that wasn’t tested on some poor animal so I can have a prettier appearance. Here are great makeup brands that don’t test on animals, and where you can purchase them yourself.
Almay does not test on animals. I love their tinted moisturizer, and it is a well-known brand that can be purchased at Wal-Mart, Target, and other popular drug stores without being expensive. They have a demure line that is perfect for attaining a natural look, and they have makeup even designed for your eye color to look your best.
Bonne Belle doesn’t test on animals, and they provide the best lip gloss and chap sticks ever! You can get these products on the cheap at any store basically, even dollar stores at times, and their line of makeup goes way beyond just shiny glittery stuff. Plus, their products smell yummy and take you back to junior high.
Hard Candy doesn’t test on animals either, which is awesome because I love to browse through their eye shadows, lip glosses, funky colored tinted mascaras, nail polishes, and other cosmetics. Wal-Mart and Walgreens has a decent selection of this funky makeup line, and they always have stylish, edgy colors to choose from. If glitter and funk is your thing, Hard Candy is really impressive.
Mary Kay doesn’t test on animals either, so those of you hardcore Mary Kay fans can breathe easy. I like Mary Kay stuff better than Avon anyhow. Which reminds me, I need to give my cousin, who sells Mary Kay, a call one of these days…
Cool- Victoria’s Secret doesn’t test on animals either! I can’t wear their clothes (too big, too expensive) but I love their “smell goods”- particularly their “True Love” scents and their “Amber Romance”. Their makeup is really neat as well, but I stick to the yummy smelly stuff.
Bath & Body Works doesn’t test on animals either. I don’t buy a lot of their stuff, but when I do I usually get hand sanitizers or gels, so it’s nice to know that their stuff is not tested on animals, since I get a lot of their stuff at Christmas and birthdays.
Revlon doesn’t test on animals either, another popular makeup line that is easily found at Wal-Mart and Target. I don’t wear Revlon, but it’s nice to know yet another popular makeup brand doesn’t test on animals.
These are just the most common of the makeup brands that I found don’t test on animals. There are many more, which is great, and it’s nice to know that at least some common makeup brands are not testing on animals to make us look nice. Go to Peta2.com to see a complete list of many more makeup brands that do not test on animals. I was surprised at the many recognizable brands I found!