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Cruelty-Free Brands at Dermstore

by Tashina Combs @ butter london – Logical Harmony

Are there cruelty-free brands at Dermstore? You may be surprised! This online retailer is starting to carry a lot more cruelty-free brands. Even some of the most popular cruelty-free brands found at Sephora, Ulta, or Nordstrom. For many consumers, big online shops like Dermstore are one of the main places where they purchase cosmetics, skin care, and hair care. It is so helpful to see them carrying more and more cruelty-free brands. Being aware of the cruelty-free brands at Dermstore can be a challenge because there are so many brands available. This list will help make it easier for you! This is the most recent update of a post I originally published on February 8, 2016. All of the cruelty-free brands included here are sold at Dermstore. They are completely cruelty-free and do not take part in any kind of animal testing. Just as with the Cruelty-Free Brand List, it is noted next to a brand if they are owned by a company who tests on animals. It is also noted if they are a 100% vegan brand. The Cruelty-Free Brands at Dermstore are: 100% Pure 21 Drops – 100% vegan Anastasia Beverly Hills Aquis bareMinerals – It should be noted that they are cruelty-free, but […]

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When the Leaping Bunny Logo is a Lie | Cruelty-Free Kitty

When the Leaping Bunny Logo is a Lie | Cruelty-Free Kitty


Cruelty-Free Kitty

Butter London nail polish bottles proudly sport a Leaping Bunny logo, but the information I came across shows that it might be a sham: There is no mention or official claim on the brand's website. Why would Butter London keep so quiet about being cruelty-free? In May 2012, the company claimed to be "in the process" of getting their Leaping Bunny certification. After checking with the Leaping Bunny, no record of Butter London being "in the process" of getting certified was found. Even if they were in the process of getting certified, they would not be able to display the logo until after they officially became certified, since companies have to pay for the right to display the logo, and they can only do so after they join the program. Displaying a logo while being in the process of acquiring certification simply makes no sense! The company has had the same Leaping Bunny logo on its nail polish at least since 2010. This makes their claim even more ridiculous.Of course, I have e-mailed Butter London about this matter. Their reply was vague and elusive...

From June to July

by noreply@blogger.com (Elizabeth Braun) @ Fluffy Little Idiot

Another very not stellar month, but now I know why:

I have a Vitamin D deficiency.  Apparently, it's very common, especially at higher latitudes when the sun isn't often high enough to produce UVB rays (or even out at all!).  According to my blood test results info, one should have over 75 nmol/L of 'base' Vitamin D (actually a pre-hormone), and I had only 26.  So, I've got some huge dose tablets from the doc to take each week and I bought a spray for the intervening days so I can get levels back up more quickly and steadily, and then keep them there long-term.  I've been getting as much sun on my skin as I can, but the sun isn't a frequent visitor to my area, so that option is quite limited.  I've started hinting about winter sun holidays too!!!

So, that's why I've been a tad on the unwell side lately.  Vitamin D affects so very many processes and I read that there are Vitamin D receptors all over the body.  I never realized it was so important and, frankly, would never have thought of it myself, so I'm grateful for a doctor who was on the ball enough to think of it.

Anyway, I've done a bit of goal-work over the past month and here's a summary based on last month's goals list, including some starting points for July's list (full list in the usual place):

Health 
- I mostly stuck to my low oil diet etc and don't seem to have re-gained any of the 7 or 8 pounds I'd lost from mid March to mid May, so that's been a comfort.
- Over the last week or so I've been able to get out walking most days again, so exercise has re-begun.
- I also fished out my wobble board and have begun posture toning with that as well as doing a few shoulder remedial exercises when in pain.   
* I need to get all the above back on a regular basis and hope to lose 2-5lbs more this month.

Domestic etc
- I haven't finished the Go Bag, but I have started work on it in that I bought one or two supplies to go in it and also thought carefully about the most likely hazards we might encounter.  Fire is the most likely, I would say.  Most of the city would need to be completely submerged before we had any flood risk where we live and, apart from freak winter cold snaps and wind storms, that's it for any natural disaster risk.  We're also out in a leafy suburb - a low risk for terrorist attack.  But I really do need to get this task completed.
- I cleaned the bathroom window at last.
- I pretty much decided which cosmetic products to give away and have just held onto them as I'm trying to match up a couple of eye-shadow shades in a palette (might de-pot those 2 in the end).
- Books to give away and other stuff is mostly ready, just needs taking.
* We still need to make a 'Tip trip' and clear out the clutter downstairs
* I also still need to buy the bathroom towel set.  I've found one I like the look of, it's just a question of getting it.

Reading and Study
- I read the NRSV through to Isaiah 29, so not as much as I'd hoped, but at least I closed the gap and made some progress with it.
* Read to the end of Jeremiah this month
- I only did a bit of 'Relearning to See', but it was interesting and * I want to crack on with it.
- Made very little progress with any catching up, but I did move on a couple of chapters in both my science and Chinese textbooks, so that was a bonus.

Creative
- I finished the green and cream baby cardy, complete with pretty stitchery.
- I started the pink and white one, but am having to re-think this one as the yarn is using up way too quickly and, as it was meant to help me use up odds and ends, I'm not thrilled with the idea of having to buy another ball.  Might change to another pattern that better lends itself to two colour work.  It being a bamboo and cotton mix yarn adds to the problem as it'll be very much a summer garment, so I'm going to have think about making a larger size, ready for next summer.
- I made a blackwork type card for Sir for our anniversary and plan to put that in a Show or two this summer.
- Finished the button band on my black cardy, but was really focusing on baby knits as they really do have a shelf life.  I hope not to grow any more, but would be concerned if the infants didn't!
- I did both of the blog interviews and one of the 'welcome' posts for the article that went live earlier this week on the Kreinik Threads blog.
* The Pintangle TAST interview is due to be published on 13th of this month, so I'll be getting that 'welcome from xx' post done soon.  Maybe even this weekend.
* Actually, I have a lot of blogging to get caught up on, so that's something I can aim for this month.

So, I think I completed five of the June goals and worked on 11 more.  Considering the rather unfavourable circumstances, I don't think that's too bad. ☺

I'm now going to sort out the July list in full.

5 Nail Polish Brands that Don't Test on Animals

5 Nail Polish Brands that Don't Test on Animals


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Looking for nail polish brands that don't test on animals? We've got five for you!

Cruelty-Free Brands at Nordstrom

by Tashina Combs @ butter london – Logical Harmony

Browsing the Nordstrom beauty section is always a little overwhelming. There are so many beauty counters there and so many brands to check out! But how do you know which are cruelty-free? This guide from Logical Harmony will help you find the cruelty-free brands at Nordstrom to help make your shopping trip just a little bit easier. Once you’ve picked the brands, there are so many products to choose from. All of the cruelty-free brands at Nordstrom have vegan-friendly options as well. This is the most recent update of a post I originally published on August 26, 2015. All of the cruelty-free brands included here are sold at Nordstrom. They are also free of any animal testing and have vegan options. Just as with the Cruelty-Free Brand List, it is noted next to a brand if they are owned by a company who tests on animals. It is also noted if they are a 100% vegan brand. Cruelty-free brands at Nordstrom: Anastasia Beverly Hills Aquis Aveda – It should be noted that they are cruelty-free, but their parent company is not. bare Minerals – It should be noted that they are cruelty-free, but their parent company is not. Beauty Blender – 100% vegan Bio Ionic bkr butter […]

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Finally! An Eco-Friendly Vegan Leather Exists and You Can Buy It!

by Abigail Davidson @ Ecocult

You don’t have to be vegan to dislike leather. The leather industry would like you to think they’re doing the world a favor by taking this animal waste from the meat market and keeping it out of landfills. But there is nothing ethical or sustainable about conventional leather tanning.

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Butter London Vegan Product List (2017)

Butter London Vegan Product List (2017)


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List of Butter London vegan products including nail polish, lip crayons, lip gloss, eyeliner, eye pencils, and more!

Butter London, not vegan?

by admin @ Butter London (not vegan?) – veganmakeup.se

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Animal Shelter: Why are so many animals in shelters?

by Phyrra @ Phyrra

Animal Shelter: Why are so many animals in shelters? Animal Shelter: Why are so many animals in shelters? I share the top reasons that...

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17 Cruelty-Free Beauty Brands You Should Be Using | slice.ca

17 Cruelty-Free Beauty Brands You Should Be Using | slice.ca


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<p>Behind the scenes, the beauty industry can be pretty ugly. While 37 countries worldwide have outlawed animal testing for cosmetics, many countries still allow domestic animal testing, as well as the sale of beauty products and ingredients that have been tested on animals elsewhere in the world. Believe it or not, Canada is yet to join this list of countries, but we’re getting closer.</p><p>In 2015, Senator Carolyn Stewart Olsen introduced the Cruelty-Free Cosmetics Act (<a href="https://openparliament.ca/bills/42-1/S-214/" title="Bill S-214">Bill S-214</a>) to the Senate. Working closely with the Humane Society International and the Animal Alliance of Canada, she has called for a ban on animal testing and the sale of animal-tested ingredients and products for cosmetics in Canada. Thankfully, Bill S-214 is currently being reviewed by the Senate, so join the #BeCrueltyFree campaign by <a href="http://www.becrueltyfree.ca/" title="signing the petition">signing the petition</a> and supporting these 17 awesome cruelty-free cosmetics brands:</p>

What’s in my makeup bag? + Giveaway (CLOSED)

by Catherine @ nail polish – Rabbit Food For My Bunny Teeth

I decided to do something different today! I’m letting you guys into my makeup bag! I’ve had multiple reader request about cruelty-free, vegan, and natural make-ups and thought it would be fun to show you what I’m loving and why. I’ve always been a lover of animals (especially bunnies, duh), but when I was younger […] Read more...

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Reviewing Stila’s Infamous “Kitten” Highlighter (With Comparison Swatches)

by Aly Laughlin @ Cruelty-Free Kitty

I’ve always wanted to try the ever popular Stila Heaven’s Hue Highlighter in the shade “Kitten”, and I am so happy to be able to try it now that Stila is officially cruelty-free. Plus, its formula contains no animal ingredients and is therefore vegan-friendly! Hooray! At A Glance Brand: Stila Animal Testing Policy: Cruelty-Free, PETA-Certified […]

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Luxury in London – Pomona’s, Notting Hill

by BOE Magazine @ BOE Magazine

If there is the work of one artist that we could choose to dive into, then it would be David Hockney, during his ‘California’ craze. These bright paintings, created mainly during the 80s, are famous for capturing the vibrant, kitsch...

The Ultimate Guide To Cruelty-Free Nail Polish

by Aly Laughlin @ Cruelty-Free Kitty

We’ve reached out to all the nail polish brands to bring you this post. The main thing I’d like to point out is that Essie and OPI, 2 of the most popular nail polish brands, DO test on animals by selling in China. Sally Hansen is another culprit. Regardless, you’ll notice that there are an […]

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DDM Cosmetics Is Cruelty-free

by Hotashi @ Je t'aime by Hotashi

QUESTION ANSWER SOURCE Do they test their products on animals? No Email (see below) Do they use third party testing? No Email (see below) Do they use ingredients tested on animals? No Email (see below) Are they owned by a… Continue Reading

Tattooed Pork Rinds

by erikmarcus @ Vegan.com

To be vegan is to know that if you scratch the meat industry’s surface, unending cruelties and miseries will be revealed. A patron at a bar on the outskirts of London discovered this for himself while enjoying a pint of beer and a bag of pork rinds. Upon removing one of the rinds from its... Read more »

News! - I'm a Ticktock model! / Avon forced to retract cruelty free statement

by noreply@blogger.com (Sakara) @ Little Miss Metamorph - Uk based blog from a self confessed makeup addict

Firstly i'm honoured to announce i have been made a spokes model for Tick Tock Cosmetics. I shall be exploring their collections and doing some specific looks with their products. Any LOTD with their specific products, will be categorised as such. They have a great range of products, worth checking out if i do say so myself hehe


In other news and this is fantastic news - AVON have been forced to retract their 'cruelty free' statement as many knew it was a total lie and now its been revoked. They use toxicity tests for new chemicals as they obviously prefer profits over torture it seems.
Uncaged took their statements to the Advertising standards Authority and AVON were forced to withdraw their fraudulent statement. This is good news as many people have been using AVON thinking they were being kind to animals.  If you care, please pass this info along!
http://www.uncaged.co.uk/news/2012/avon.htm

Now lets see other companies do the same - I'm looking at you Estee Lauder, Revlon et al.

Von: katze

by katze @ Kommentare zu: Butter London klaut Leaping Bunny Siegel?!

Ich habe zwar keinen Lack von Butter London, aber das ist ja eine Frechheit... Ich hoffe, das klärt sich.

PUR Cosmetics Blue Agave Mask Review

by Tashina Combs @ Logical Harmony

When it comes to face masks, I always want to try any cruelty-free and vegan mask that I can find. The PUR Cosmetics Blue Agave Mask is one of the few cruelty-free and vegan peel off masks out there. When PUR Cosmetics sent me this mask, it seemed to be perfect to test out on camera to see how it works and how my skin feels after using it. Is PUR Cosmetics Cruelty-Free? Yes. PUR Cosmetics is cruelty-free. They are on the Logical Harmony Cruelty-Free Brand List and are also certified as cruelty-free by PETA. Is the PUR Cosmetics Blue Agave Mask vegan? Yes. The PUR Cosmetics Blue Agave Mask is vegan. It is free from any animal and animal derived ingredients. You can find a fill list of PUR Cosmetics Vegan Products here on Logical Harmony. Products included in the PUR Cosmetics Blue Agave Mask First Impressions & Demo video are: PUR Cosmetics Blue Agave Mask PUR Cosmetics Blue Agave Mask Description from PUR Cosmetics: “Give your skin an energizing boost with this ultra-refreshing blue agave mask. An Energy Complex of green tea, ginseng and Vitamin B helps stimulate the skin’s natural metabolism for the look of plumper, hydrated and refreshed skin. The […]

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Companies That Don’t Use Animal Testing

Companies That Don’t Use Animal Testing


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**NOTE** Italics marks policies which have been confirmed by email. All others can be found on the website. For brands part of parent companies, the policies may be listed under the parent companie…

Almond Milk Demand in UK Grows at Astonishing Pace

by erikmarcus @ Vegan.com

In great news for cows, the demand for almond milk in the UK is exploding, with an annual growth rate of 70 to 80 percent. There’s no telling what’s behind this surge, but almond milk clearly carries a number of powerful advantages: no animal cruelty worries, a far smaller environmental footprint, no association with methane production,... Read more »

Cruelty-Free Brand List Update

by Tashina Combs @ Logical Harmony

Keeping track of cruelty-free brands can be a challenge! It seems like it’s a constantly changing landscape and brands can change their status. Plus, there are so many new brands you may not have heard of before. In an effort to make it easier for you to know what changes are happening, we publish an update to let you easily see what brands have been added to the list! What will be included in these updates? Brands that have recently been added to the cruelty-free list, the grey area list, the brands to avoid list, and the pending brand list. An explanation of what being added to each list means is included below. Make sure to check out the full Cruelty-Free Brand List for even more cruelty-free brands! New Cruelty-Free Brand List additions These brands are completely free of animal testing. If noted by “100% vegan”, are currently a completely vegan line. It is also noted if they are cruelty-free, but have a parent company that is not. IME Natural Perfume – 100% vegan Profusion Cosmetics St. Tropica – 100% vegan Supergoop! Velvet 59 – 100% vegan Yorba Organics New Grey Area Brands Being on this list does not mean that these brands test […]

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Cruelty-Free Brands at Free People

by Tashina Combs @ Logical Harmony

Are there cruelty-free brands at Free People? You may be surprised! Both in stores and online, Free People is starting to carry a lot more cruelty-free brands. Even some of the most popular cruelty-free brands found at Sephora, Ulta, or Nordstrom. Because there are so many Free People retail stores and a lot of people shop there for clothing, is so helpful to see them carrying more and more cruelty-free brands as they expand their beauty departments. Being aware of the cruelty-free brands at Free People can be a challenge because there are so many brands available. This list will help make it easier for you! All of the cruelty-free brands included here are sold at Free People either online or in store. They are completely cruelty-free and do not take part in any kind of animal testing. Just as with the Cruelty-Free Brand List, it is noted next to a brand if they are owned by a company who tests on animals. It is also noted if they are a 100% vegan brand. The Cruelty-Free Brands at Free People are: Alima Pure Apoterra Skincare Au Naturale – 100% vegan Axiology – 100% vegan Aquis Cocokind COOLA Four Sigmatic GLOSS Moderne […]

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Gerard Cosmetics: Animal Testing Policy & Correspondence

by Aly Laughlin @ Cruelty-Free Kitty

Gerard Cosmetics started out as a teeth whitening brand which has now expanded to makeup products built on that same premise including their teeth whitening lip glosses. There is a lot of talk of Gerard Cosmetics being “cruelty-free” on social media, but the official Gerard Cosmetics website does not include an animal testing policy, nor […]

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Cashew Ginger Brown Rice Bowl with Dole Premium Celery Hearts

by Catherine @ Rabbit Food For My Bunny Teeth

Have you ever made a nice little snack of celery and peanut butter, and then bit into it only to struggle to get an actual bite because strings of celery just wouldn’t break and were stuck in your teeth? Yaaaa, not a fan! That feeling of stringy celery always gave me the heebie jeebies, but luckily Dole has […] Read more...

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Fashion, Not Formaldehyde! Toxin-Free Nail Polish For Every Budget

Fashion, Not Formaldehyde! Toxin-Free Nail Polish For Every Budget


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You practice yoga, drink green juice and buy non-GMO snacks. But do you know what’s in your nail polish? If not, you might just be surprised.The truth is, while no nail polish can be chemical-free, there are five different additives included in some nail polish formulations – substances used for shine, durability, fluidity and more – that have been identified as allergenic, carcinogenic or just plain toxic!Fortunately, plenty of cosmetic companies have realized it’s possible to make an excellent nail polish without using some or all of these five nasty toxins.Many of these brands use the terms “3-Free” or “5-Free” to designate which of the chemicals on this list have been left out of their nail polish formulations; but with some luxury brands, it’s much more hush-hush – a hidden benefit that simply isn’t advertised.Never fear, we’ve done some research for you… just see below!What are these 5 frightening toxins you can live without? Toluene: (used to give nail polish a smooth finish) is a common solvent used for paint thinner, lacquer, glue and ink. It is also used as a gasoline additive and in jet fuel blends. Inhalation at low levels can cause confusion, light-headedness and nausea; while higher levels of exposure may harm your nervous system. Formaldehyde: (used as a hardener and preservative) is also used in the embalming of dead animals and humans, in the production of particle board and industrial resins and was recently designated as a “known… human carcinogen” by a US government program. It is a skin, eye and respiratory irritant.

Does the “Health Argument” Hurt Animals?

by erikmarcus @ Vegan.com

Countless vegans made their change of diet for health reasons, so it’s common sense that any serious animal advocate should be discussing the health advantages of going vegan at every opportunity. In fact, even if you’re personally most interested in animal protection, maybe the health argument deserves priority when speaking about veganism. After all, nearly... Read more »

30 Makeup Brands That Still Test On Animals In 2017

by Aly Laughlin @ Cruelty-Free Kitty

These popular brands all still test on animals. Some of them are often mistaken for being cruelty-free, but sadly this is not the case. I’ve included a brief description of each company’s policy to explain why they aren’t cruelty-free. For the majority of these cases, the brands are sold in China, where animal testing is […]

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My Top 5 Vegan Nail Polish Brands

by Tashina Combs @ butter london – Logical Harmony

Did you know that some nail polish contains ingredients from animals? A lot of people are surprised to learn that nail polish can even be vegan. Sadly, a lot of brands test on animals and a lot of nail polish also contains animal ingredients. I suggest that you find out what makes nail polish vegan. You may be surprised at what it can contain.When it comes to nail polish, there are a few brands that I really love! In this video I share some of my favorite brands with you. You can also view a full list of vegan nail polish brands to find out who else to purchase from. All brands on this list are cruelty free and their nail polish does not contain any animal ingredients.

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Roasted Butternut Squash, Zucchini & Arugula Pesto Pasta Salad

by Gena @ The Full Helping

It’s been cool enough in New York this week that I can begin to indulge my love of fall produce and cooking. It’s a piecemeal process, something that happens one ingredient at a time. I’m not quite ready for pumpkin soup or a parade of cinnamon-scented baking projects—though neither is far off—but I am ready...

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Butter London

Butter London


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On Aug 12, 2011, at 3:13 PM, “Info @ butter London Canada” <info(at)butterlondon(dot)ca> wrote: Dear Joanne, Good day! I finally got a concrete response for you– See answer …

Butter London March Mystery Box Available Now!

Butter London March Mystery Box Available Now!


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Check out this new mystery box from Butter London!

Anastasia Beverly Hills Matte Lipstick Swatches & Try On

by Tashina Combs @ Logical Harmony

The brand new Anastasia Beverly Hills Matte Lipsticks are not only cruelty-free, but all 30 shades are also vegan. When they first launched I had to pick up a few shades to try out. I love that they offer everything from pale nudes, peach shades, warm browns, reds, and even shades like teal and black. Launching with 30 shades was ambitious and I feel like you can’t expect anything less from Anastasia Beverly Hills. Curious to see which shades I picked up and how they apply? Check out the rest of this post! Is Anastasia Beverly Hills Cruelty-Free? Yes. Anastasia Beverly Hills is cruelty-free. They are on the Logical Harmony Cruelty-Free Brand List. Are the Anastasia Beverly Hills Matte Lipsticks vegan? Yes. All shades of the Anastasia Beverly Hills Matte Lipsticks are vegan. They are free from any animal and animal derived ingredients. Anastasia Beverly Hills Matte Lipstick Claims “A full-pigment lip color with a smooth, ultra-matte finish. Use the highest point of the bullet to apply Anastasia Beverly Hills Matte Lipstick with precision.” Shades of the Anastasia Beverly Hills Matte Lipstick included in this Swatches & Try On video are: Latte Kiss Spice Stevie Peachy Dread Brandy Staunch Buff Other […]

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Sugarbash Subscription Box October 2017 SPOILER #5

by Liz Cadman @ My Subscription Addiction

Check out the latest spoiler for the October 2017 Sugarbash subscription box!

Vegane Zahnpasta im Überblick

by Erbse @ Blanc et Noir – Vegan Beauty Blog

*Der Original-Artikel wurde im Januar 2013 veröffentlicht. Dies ist eine aktualisierte Version vom Februar 2017. Keine Sorge. Ich fange jetzt nicht an Zahnpasta zu testen und darüber zu schreiben. Aber eine Frage landet seit Jahren nun doch immer wieder in meinem Postfach, sodass ich dem endlich einen knappen Artikel widmen... Read More →

Von: Beauty-News 17: Angesagte Themen in der Beauty-Commmunity « beautyjagd

by Beauty-News 17: Angesagte Themen in der Beauty-Commmunity « beautyjagd @ Kommentare zu: Butter London klaut Leaping Bunny Siegel?!

[...] geht zurzeit dem Häschenlabel auf Butter London-Nagellacken nach, das dem Leaping Bunny zum Verwechseln ähnlich ist. Ich bin sehr gespannt, ob und was Butter [...]

Mini Carrot Caramel Walnut Cupcakes

by Liza Mansour @ oh hotcakes

Easter is soon, and a great way to welcome Easter, as well as Spring, is with these delicious carrot caramel walnut mini cakes! These are made using a cupcake pan, and the recipe is perfectly moist and doesn’t rise too much so you’re able to layer of the cupcakes on top of each other with a cinnamon buttercream! A vegan caramel sauce is in the middle of each cupcake so as you bite into them, you get a sweet and sticky surprise. Top the cupcakes with more buttercream, a walnut, and some more caramel sauce and you have yourself a decadent Easter/Spring dessert! Find the recipe below, as well as the recipe for the vegan caramel sauce and cinnamon buttercream in the notes section! Tag me on Instagram with #ohhotcakes if you try the recipe!

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Forever Against Animal Testing - Kind Culture

Forever Against Animal Testing - Kind Culture


Kind Culture

Help us end cosmetic testing on animals by signing the Forever Against Animal Testing petition by Cruelty Free International & The Body Shop.

On Regarding Farm Animals as Your Clients

by erikmarcus @ Vegan.com

The most useful metaphor I’ve heard used to describe the work of an effective animal advocate is that we serve as criminal defense attorneys for animals. But unlike an actual public defender, every last one of our clients is 100 percent innocent. The reason that this is such a helpful metaphor is that public defenders... Read more »

Von: Die vegane Nagellack-Liste « Blanc et Noir – Vegan Beauty Blog

by Die vegane Nagellack-Liste « Blanc et Noir – Vegan Beauty Blog @ Kommentare zu: Butter London klaut Leaping Bunny Siegel?!

[...] geworden. Aufmerksame LeserInnen dieses Blogs werden sich aber vielleicht eher als erstes an den Butter London Skandal von Ende Mai erinnern, bei dem Erbse aufdeckte, dass sie das Leaping Bunny Symbol einfach [...]

Why Butter London is My New Go to Nail Polish

Why Butter London is My New Go to Nail Polish


Sarah Price

Now that I'm not working in a coffee shop I can paint my nails as often as I please.As I've started picking up more nail polish here and there, I've noticed a huge difference in higher end brands like butter London and the more affordable, budget brands that I've always gone with. Anim

Franklin & Whitman Oak Lane Mask Demo #MaskMonday

by Tashina Combs @ Logical Harmony

I love trying out new face masks and have been having a lot of fun sharing face mask demos with you. The Franklin & Whitman Oak Lane Mask is made from clay, cocoa, charcoal, and turmeric and claims to leave your skin feeling radiant and renewed. But does it work? Find out in this video! Franklin & Whitman is not only cruelty-free and vegan, but they also donate 5% of their sales to dog rescue organizations. I think it’s great to see brands give back. This is especially impressive to me because it’s from their sales, not profits. Founder Chris Cieri was just on the Katie Dalebout podcast, where he talked a lot about the history of the company and their mission. I highly suggest listening to it. Is Frankin & Whitman Cruelty-Free? Yes. Franklin & Whitman is cruelty-free, and all of their products are also vegan. They are on the Logical Harmony Cruelty-Free Brand List. Is the Franklin & Whitman Oak Lane Mask vegan? Yes. The Franklin & Whitman Oak Lane Mask is vegan. It is free from any animal and animal derived ingredients. Products included in the Franklin & Whitman Oak Lane Mask Demo video are: Franklin & Whitman […]

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List of companies that do not test on animals

by Paula @ All Things 7 with Paula

List of Cruelty free companies

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Watch Out for These Stylish Cruelty-Free & Vegan Watches

by Vicky Ly @ ethical elephant

A round-up of the very best and stylish vegan watches, all made without harming any animals!

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What is La Mer’s Animal Testing Statement?

by Vicky Ly @ ethical elephant

What is La Mer's animal testing policy? Does La Mer test any of their products on animals or is La Mer considered a cruelty-free brand?

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In the Kitchen with Butter London + Giveaway

by Catherine @ nail polish – Rabbit Food For My Bunny Teeth

Living a healthy lifestyle doesn’t just mean eating clean and working out. It means being happy, doing what you love, and pampering yourself. I am such a girly girly when it comes to fashion and beauty. I love doing my hair and make-up and think painting my nails is therapeutic. If you follow me on […] Read more...

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The Ultimate Guide to Eco-Friendly and Healthy Laundry

by Alden Wicker @ Ecocult

  Did you know that 39% of a garment’s environmental impact comes from consumer care? Yup, you do have more power than you think to reduce your fashion’s impact. And now that we’ve been living in our apartment for three years, I have our clean laundry routine down pat. (Well, I can’t speak for my husband. He does his own laundry!) My goal is to use non-toxic products, reduce my energy and waste, and make my clothing last as long as possible: stain-free, unfaded or shrunk, odor-free, and in good shape. When you’ve come from a life of Mountain-fresh-pine-scented Tide and fabric softener; fluffy hot laundry straight out of the dryer; and the latest scientific advances in stain-removal technology, I could understand why you might raise your eyebrows at the idea of “regressing” back to the old way of doing things. But doing laundry the healthy and eco-friendly way feels just as nourishing as switching from Twinkies back to a homemade blackberry cobbler. I should add that I’ve personally never minded doing laundry. Yes, sometimes it takes me a while to get around to it. But I find it meditative and satisfying to concentrate on something so hands-on. And I’ve […]

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Interview with Gene Baur

by erikmarcus @ Vegan.com

There’s probably never been a time when so many people have been interested in giving veganism a try. What do you think aspiring vegans need the most help with when it comes to embracing a lifestyle free of animal products? Yes, it feels like there is more interest in vegan living than ever before, and... Read more »

Updates to the List of Cruelty-Free Brands

by Aly Laughlin @ Cruelty-Free Kitty

Hello! Here’s our latest cruelty-free update for the past 2 months. There are a LOT of new brands being added to the list of cruelty-free brands. As always, the brands added to the list claimed that they: Don’t test finished products or ingredients on animals. Don’t have suppliers who test on animals. Don’t allow any […]

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Use-Up and Clear Out Inventory 2016

by noreply@blogger.com (Elizabeth Braun) @ Fluffy Little Idiot

Here's the other part of the annual inventory - I decided to do a separate post for this section this year.  The headings are the same, but this one is for what went out, not what came in. 

* Books  Several boxes given to charity, friends and the local library before moving in February and others throughout the year.
Finished reading/studying about 10, 7 given away or sold (I lost count on both of these, so I need to keep closer track next year)
Collection reduced by about 55%! ☺☺

* Cosmetic Items
Finished: 1 foundation (another has 1 or 2 goes left in it), 2 mascaras, 1 lipstick, 4 lip colours, 1 lip gloss, 2 lip balms and 3 perfumes.
Sold or given away: 4 lipsticks and 4 eye shadows (3/1 still to go out) and 1 eye primer.  3 perfumes currently on eBay.

* Art & Craft Materials
7 card blanks with envelopes, although 5 of these cards haven't yet been sent to anyone.
1 piece of purple A4 card and 1 piece of extra thick white
Bag of stickers almost completely used up on eBay sales packaging etc (sold or gave away most of them before this year started)

* Needlework Supplies
Yarn:
Almost 1 whole 100g ball
4 remnants of DK plus one more run down to a tiny bit left for stitch samples.
Most of the ball of 6 ply red.
Fabric:
5 x patchwork pieces (about 1/3 of a fat quarter in size??)
Completed using up light cream cotton
Several other parts of fat quarters and remnants.
15"x15" white Oslo
6½" square white hardanger
12"x4" lilac Jobelan.
Sold: 80%+ of Oriental fabrics, all 5 fancy fabrics, several pieces of linen/evenweave (including a bundle of 7 currently on eBay and with bids).
Collection approximately halved! ☺☺
Thread:
1 x Pearl Cotton #5 (1 - Bright White)
1 x pack ecru Madeira Silk
Finished up ±3 small spools of sewing thread
Sold: 115 threads (about 7% of collection), 6 packs of beads, large bag of ribbons
Sundries:
Most of my supplies of lightweight quilt batting and Bondaweb
All newly bought buttons, and 3 of 4 zips
3 bellpull ends/hangers

* Clothes etc
A few large bags (between the 2 of us) given to charity just before moving in February and another bag gone just yesterday.
A number of novelty bags and other personal items also went in the latest charity drop off.

* Miscellaneous
6 bottles/tubs of nutrient/herbal supplements used up, not likely to be replaced.
2 large boxes of cassette tapes thrown away on moving (also contained some videos)
1 box of possible-to-sell cassettes, CDs and DVDs donated to charity on moving.

* Domestic Items
2 large bookcases (one with glass doors), sofabed & matching armchair, fireplace and wood effect bathroom fittings given away via Freecycle on moving
Boxful of household items and ornaments donated to charity on moving.
1 bag of bedding and fabric scraps donated yesterday.

During 2017 I hope to get through a whole lot more books as 10 really isn't that many for me.  After the initial push to get stuff read in preparation to move, I lost momentum with my reading projects and really only re-gained it in the last fortnight of the year.  I need to keep this up and try and get the 460-ish books that I'm beginning the new year with down to under 400 if I can.  Onwards and downwards....

Text and images © Elizabeth Braun 2016

Cruelty-Free Brands at Ulta (UPDATED FOR 2017!) - Logical Harmony

Cruelty-Free Brands at Ulta (UPDATED FOR 2017!) - Logical Harmony


Logical Harmony

Shopping at Ulta? Use this list of cruelty-free brands at Ulta to make things easier! All of these brands are free of animal testing.

Alaffia – Shea Butter & Green Tea Revitalizing Body Lotion Review

by Paula @ All Things 7 with Paula

Alaffia shea butter and tea tree revitalising body lotion - Soothing & revitalizing body lotion with certified Fair Trade unrefined shea butter, green tea and arnica. Formulated with West African neem for additional protection.

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Brands that Have Been Asked and Answered!

Brands that Have Been Asked and Answered!


☆ Vegan Makeup ☆

Bold = No TestingItalics = Parent CompanyNothing = Tested on AnimalsHowever, if they don’t offer vegan products at all, we didn’t bold or italicize since they are brands we will never support...

The Block 2017 recap: The contestants get snowed

by Adam Smith @ finder.com.au

It’s an avalanche of pain on the season’s final challenge night.

10 Cruelty-Free Beauty Brands

10 Cruelty-Free Beauty Brands


Her Campus

Let’s talk about makeup. Makeup is great, but unfortunately many popular brands test their ingredients and products on animals.

Sigma 3DHD Max Kabuki Brush Demo & First Impressions

by Tashina Combs @ Logical Harmony

Whenever Sigma launches new brushes, I get a lot of questions about them. How do they work? Are they worth it? Thankfully Sigma was kind enough to send me the brand new Sigma 3DHD Max Kabuki Foundation Brush to demo and try out for you. The Sigma 3DHD Max Kabuki Brush is part of the new Dimensional Brushes line. There are currently four brushes in the Dimensional Brushes collection. In this video, I use it to apply foundation and cream contour so that you can see how it applies products and blends them out. I also share my initial first impressions with you. Is Sigma Cruelty-Free? Yes. Sigma is cruelty-free. They are on the Logical Harmony Cruelty-Free Brand List. Is the Sigma 3DHD Max Kabuki Brush vegan? Yes. TheSigma 3DHD Max Kabuki Brush is vegan. It is free from any animal and animal derived ingredients and is made from synthetic fibers. Sigma 3DHD Max Kabuki Brush Claims “The PATENTED 3DHD® Max Kabuki is a larger, fluffier version of our holy-grail 3DHD® Kabuki brush. This dimensional foundation brush offers the same precision of the original, with edges that fit into every curve, crease and angle of the face. In this maximized version, you’ll get a more sheer foundation finish […]

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Von: ME GUSTA im Juni 2012 « Blanc et Noir – Vegan Beauty Blog

by ME GUSTA im Juni 2012 « Blanc et Noir – Vegan Beauty Blog @ Kommentare zu: Butter London klaut Leaping Bunny Siegel?!

[...] ich im Mai berichtete, dass Butter London das Leaping Bunny-Logo unrechtmäßig trägt (Aktuelles dazu wird es vermutlich die nächsten Tage geben), fand auch Angie auf den Deborah [...]

Luxury in London – Ham Yard Restaurant, Soho

by BOE Magazine @ BOE Magazine

The Ham Yard restaurant has been on BOE’s ‘must-try’ list for a while now. We’ve always had great experiences at the boutique luxury hotel – whether enjoying an al fresco tipple on their terrace, propping up the bar in their...

Cruelty-Free Brands at Dermstore

by Tashina Combs @ Logical Harmony

Are there cruelty-free brands at Dermstore? You may be surprised! This online retailer is starting to carry a lot more cruelty-free brands. Even some of the most popular cruelty-free brands found at Sephora, Ulta, or Nordstrom. For many consumers, big online shops like Dermstore are one of the main places where they purchase cosmetics, skin care, and hair care. It is so helpful to see them carrying more and more cruelty-free brands. Being aware of the cruelty-free brands at Dermstore can be a challenge because there are so many brands available. This list will help make it easier for you! This is the most recent update of a post I originally published on February 8, 2016. All of the cruelty-free brands included here are sold at Dermstore. They are completely cruelty-free and do not take part in any kind of animal testing. Just as with the Cruelty-Free Brand List, it is noted next to a brand if they are owned by a company who tests on animals. It is also noted if they are a 100% vegan brand. The Cruelty-Free Brands at Dermstore are: 100% Pure 21 Drops – 100% vegan Anastasia Beverly Hills Aquis bareMinerals – It should be noted that they are cruelty-free, but […]

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12 best cruelty-free and vegan make-up products

12 best cruelty-free and vegan make-up products


The Independent

Living as a vegan can be tough, with animal products commonly found in everything from food and clothing to household essentials. Beauty is one area that often proves a stumbling block, as it can be tricky and time-consuming to check that every ingredient in your go-to product is vegan. If you fancy pairing a red lip with your LBD, the chances are it will contain carmine, made from ground-up red beetles. How about a lashing of mascara to dramatise your look? Careful, it probably contains beeswax. 

Butter London’s No Light Gel Base and Top Coat. *Snort*

by Darlene @ Gentle Adorner

Behold, the Latest Beauty Gimmick.   With UV lights scaring a lot of the granola crunchy and ignorant consumer public, there’s been a demand to have the long lasting shine and durability of gel but in nail polish form. Honestly...

Best Vegan Cookbooks of 2014

by Michelle Cehn @ Vegan.com

The holidays are fast approaching, and animal lovers are beginning to search for the perfect cruelty-free gifts for family and friends. Here are six newly released vegan cookbooks that are sure to delight even the most omnivorous of friends and make the coming year the tastiest yet. 1. Chloe’s Vegan Italian Kitchen Here is a... Read more »

Cruelty-Free Mail Haul & Unboxing

by Tashina Combs @ Logical Harmony

I have another cruelty-free beauty mail haul to share with you! This is a mix of cruelty-free and vegan beauty products that I purchased and received. I tried to include a mix of cruelty-free makeup, skincare, and hair products. I always love to hear what’s most interesting to you guys – so please comment and let me know what products you’d like to see used in future videos or would like to read reviews of. Products mentioned in this Cruelty-Free Mail Haul & Unboxing video are: ELF Velvet Matte Lipsticks in Brick & Orchid Soapwalla Deodorant Cream Delectable Triple Citrus Blend Body Butter Cream HUM Killer Nails, Daily Detox, & B12 ($10 off with code 102D36) Franklin & Whitman Dry Shampoo in East Falls & Spring Garden (Get 20% off with code LOGICALHARMONY) Apoterra Skincare Sea Mist (10% off with code LOGICALHARMONY) Mistobox Coffee Subscription ($10 off your first order) ColourPop Rose Quartz Priming Spray ColourPop Rose Quartz Highlighter ColourPop Rose Quartz Lip Balm ColourPop Amethyst Highlighter ColourPop Amethyst Lip Balm COOLA Sunless Tan Anti Aging Face Serum COOLA Sport Sunscreen Spray in Guava Mango COOLA Sport Classic Face Sunscreen Lime Crime Velvetine in Elle Lime Crime Velvetine in Siren […]

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Sweet Apricot Creamsicle Breakfast Biscuits

by Liza Mansour @ oh hotcakes

These biscuits will be a hit in any household. The dried apricots pair perfectly with sultanas and add a nice surprise to the sweet, buttery, flaky, and soft biscuit dough. I’ve tried many biscuit recipes, and this one is the best by far. Wake up, preheat the oven and prepare yourself to have an amazing breakfast or brunch with these little biscuits. I made an apricot compote, and cashew cream to go with these, but you could easily eat them fresh with some vegan butter, or just plain if you want to keep it simple. The basic biscuit dough is amazing without the added apricots and sultanas, so if you also would just like savory biscuits, then cut out the sugar and add 1 tsp of salt instead. I made an apricot compote, and cashew cream to go with these, but you could easily eat them fresh with some vegan butter, or just plain if you want to keep it simple. The basic biscuit dough is amazing without the added apricots and sultanas, so if you also would just like savory biscuits, then cut out the sugar and add 1 tsp of salt instead. If you missed my last post, I made […]

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Von: Butter London und das Leaping Bunny Siegel: Klärung | Blanc et Noir – Vegan Beauty Blog

by Butter London und das Leaping Bunny Siegel: Klärung | Blanc et Noir – Vegan Beauty Blog @ Kommentare zu: Butter London klaut Leaping Bunny Siegel?!

[...] BUAV, welches für Tierversuchsfreiheit steht, fälschlicherweise auf deren Produkten nutzt/e. (zum Artikel <—) Der BUAV bzw. CCIC trat natürlich sofort mit Butter London in Kontakt und es war spannend zu [...]

Everyday Staples: 10 Cruelty-Free & Vegan Body Washes You’ll Love

by Aly Laughlin @ Cruelty-Free Kitty

Here are the 10 best cruelty-free and vegan body washes so you can keep animal testing and animal products out of your shower! These are mostly drugstore products (a few options being budget-friendly) with a couple of luxury items, and many of these are made from natural ingredients. 1. Nubian Heritage Abyssinian Oil & Chia […]

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The Ultimate Guide to Cruelty-Free Makeup Brushes

by Tashina Combs @ Logical Harmony

Many Logical Harmony readers ask for help finding cruelty-free makeup brushes. For many people who transition to a cruelty-free beauty routine, switching to cruelty-free makeup brushes is often one of the last steps. So many makeup brushes are made from animal fur or animal hair. While some brands do claim that it is ethically sourced, the truth is that they often don’t know where the fur is sourced from. Just like with false lashes, many animal hair makeup brushes are bi-products of the factory farming or fur industries. While most cruelty-free consumers do focus on avoiding animal testing, many also avoid makeup brushes that are not synthetic. That’s why I decided to create this guide to cruelty-free makeup brushes. There are so many vegan makeup brushes out there to try. All the brands listed do make vegan makeup brushes but may make some non-vegan brushes as well. What are Cruelty-Free Makeup Brushes? Cruelty-free makeup brushes are made from synthetic fibers. They are not made from animal fur or animal hair. Can brands that are cruelty-free make makeup brushes from animal fur or animal hair? Yes. Because the term “cruelty-free” refers to animal testing, brands that do not test on animals can make makeup […]

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butter LONDON Nail Lacquer Not Entirely Vegan

butter LONDON Nail Lacquer Not Entirely Vegan


ethical elephant

To set the record straight, we find out whether butter LONDON nail lacquer are vegan and do not contain animal ingredients or by products

Butter London klaut Leaping Bunny Siegel?!

Butter London klaut Leaping Bunny Siegel?!


Blanc et Noir - Vegan Beauty Blog

Eigentlich sollte das hier eine ganz normale Stellungnahme bezüglich Tierversuchen werden, um unsere Liste zu ergänzen. Und zwar auf der grünen Seite. Ich habe die Aufnahme von Butter London nun aber erstmal auf Eis gelegt, denn die letzten Wochen stand ich mit BUAV, der Organisation die das Leaping Bunny-Siegel vergibt,... Read More →

New Kypris Spa Day Sampler Set

by Tashina Combs @ Logical Harmony

Ever since I first posted about Kypris in a cruelty-free beauty haul, I’ve been getting a lot of questions about this vegan skincare line. For all of you who have been wanting to give Kypris a try, but aren’t sure which products to get, the newly launched Kypris Spa Day Sampler Set is a great way to try out a variety of them! It contains six deluxe sample sizes of their most popular products. Not only is this set a great way to try out Kypris, but it’s also a great travel skincare set. Learn more about this bundle in this blog post. Is Kypris Cruelty-Free? Yes. Kypris is cruelty-free. They are on the Logical Harmony Cruelty-Free Brand List. Are the products in the Kypris Spa Day Sampler Set vegan? Yes. The products in the Kypris Spa Day Sampler Set, and all Kypris products, are vegan. They are free from any animal and animal derived ingredients. What’s included in the Kypris Spa Day Sampler Set? This cruelty-free and vegan skincare set contains deluxe sample sizes of the following Kypris products: Cleanser Concentrate Deep Forest Clay Glow Philtre Antioxidant Dew Beauty Elixir III: Prismatic Array Body Elixir Inflorescence I have a few of these Kypris […]

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Eating out in London – Machiya, Panton Street

by BOE Magazine @ BOE Magazine

Wander down Panton Street on any warm evening and you’ll see a queue of people snaking along the pavement – hungry diners eager to enjoy the famed ramen of Kanada-Ya, happy to wait for steaming bowls of broth and noodles....

A sad day for animals and one very ANGRY consumer- edited to add happy news update on UD!

by noreply@blogger.com (Sakara) @ Little Miss Metamorph - Uk based blog from a self confessed makeup addict

This news has come to my attention. Leaping Bunny ( The coalition for Consumer Information on Cosmetics) has announced it is removing Urban Decay, Two Faced and Hard Candy off its list as these companies have decided to put profit ahead of compassion and sell their products in China.
http://leapingbunny.org/press6.php
(China's laws mean that products sold their MUST be tested in animals --oddly not products made there and shipped abroad though!)

SO yes i will be removing those 3 brands and any others i find doing the same and i certainly wont be promoting their products on my blog.( I have quite a few of their products but will not name them here in future posts)

Sad day indeed.

EDIT_ This in from Hard Candy -  - URGENT!!! We do not, have not and will NEVER test on animals! Leaping Bunny is incorrect - Hard Candy is NOT owned by Urban Decay. Hard Candy has ZERO affiliation with Urban Decay. We will be contacting Leaping Bunny immediately to retract this harmful and damaging statement. Again, Hard Candy does not test on animals. EVER!!!

So Hard Candy IS ok.....this is good to know, although its a hard brand to find in the UK, wish it was easier to get hold of here.

EDIT 2!!! - Urban Decay have decided not to sell to China!!! Read more in my new post -
http://www.urbandecay.com/Animal-Testing-Policy/animal-testing-policy,default,pg.html

5 Ways How Butter Nail Lacquer Solves Common Application Issues

by Darlene @ Gentle Adorner

It seems like Everyone and Their Mother in Beauty Products is Making Nail Lacquer Now. Fortunately more and more companies are opting to create and manufacture products that are vegan, cruelty free, or both! For nail lacquer, um, what nail...

Vegan Nail Polish

Vegan Nail Polish


Vegan.com

Nail polish can be a fun way to dress up your nails or cover up any imperfections. Unfortunately most nail polish brands are tested on animals and contain harsh chemical ingredients. Despite being banned for cosmetics use in several countries, formaldehyde—a known carcinogen—is commonly used in

L’occitane Shea Butter Hand Cream – Review

by Paula @ All Things 7 with Paula

Have you heard about L'Occitane Shea Butter Hand Cream? What am I saying.... I haven't come across someone that is not familiar with L'occitane brand. L'occitane hand cream is considered one of the best hand creams. Do the ingredients match the price tag or do we pay for the brand....Let's find out.

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Two Faced Cosmetics are now Two Faced about animal testing

by noreply@blogger.com (Sakara) @ Little Miss Metamorph - Uk based blog from a self confessed makeup addict

Two Faced Cosmetics are now very aptly named.

Two Faced cosmetics was sold to Estee Lauder in Nov2016 and as we all know Estee Lauder are not the greatest company when it comes to animal testing, allowing their products to be sold in Mainland China and also testing their latest pseudo scientific ingredient breakthrough product, so they can sell that in Europe under medical laws not cosmetic.

Some might say *cough* PETA *cough* that it's good to support cruelty free companies even though owned by bad ones as it 'sends a signal to the parent company consumers want cruelty free'

This is of course bullshit.

The parent companies buy these 'green' brands to get hold of the 'green dollar' They know consumers will still buy the brands products, many people totally unaware of the parent owner. Also when you buy from the brand that goes into the parent profits, you are still helping the parent company make money and continue to do what ever it wants.

So Two Faced now join a list of indie brands bought by large corporate companies -
NYX, Benefit, Urban Decay, Smashbox, and  MAC cosmetics

[Tierversuche] mysalifree

by Erbse @ Blanc et Noir – Vegan Beauty Blog

Stellungnahme zum Thema “Tierversuche” von mysalifree [zurück zur Übersichtsliste] Mysalifree ist ein kleiner Familienbetrieb aus Österreich. Alle Produkte sind nach dem österreichischen Lebensmittelbuch ÖLMB als Bio-Kosmetik zertifiziert. Eine große Besonderheit ist die reizfreie Produktformulierung ohne bedenkliche Inhaltsstoffe. * Testen Sie Ihre Produkte oder die enthaltenen Rohstoffe, Inhaltsstoffe bzw. Hilfsstoffe im Tierversuch? Nein... Read More →

Von: Butter London und das Leaping Bunny Siegel: Klärung « Blanc et Noir – Vegan Beauty Blog

by Butter London und das Leaping Bunny Siegel: Klärung « Blanc et Noir – Vegan Beauty Blog @ Kommentare zu: Butter London klaut Leaping Bunny Siegel?!

[...] BUAV, welches für Tierversuchsfreiheit steht, fälschlicherweise auf deren Produkten nutzt/e. (zum Artikel <—) Der BUAV bzw. CCIC trat natürlich sofort mit Butter London in Kontakt und es war spannend zu [...]

List of cruelty free companies -Companies that do not test on animals

List of cruelty free companies -Companies that do not test on animals


All Things 7 with Paula

List of cruelty-free brands aims to make it easy for you to find brands that are truly cruelty-free. Find companies that do not test on animals

Tarte Drench Lip Splash Lipstick Review & Swatches

by Aly Laughlin @ Cruelty-Free Kitty

Lipstick is one of those things I just can’t get enough of, so I was super thrilled to try out the vacation-themed Tarte Rainforest of the Sea Drench Lip Splash Lipsticks in several shades! Keep reading for my thoughts and swatches below. At A Glance Brand: Tarte Animal Testing Policy: Cruelty-Free, PETA-certified Parent Company: Kose […]

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Lighten Your Spring Wardrobe with Colors & Prints

by Beatrice Ampomah @ Mz Mahogany Chic

This year spring is about embracing colors and prints to your everyday wardrobe. Looking for some fashion ideas? We have the latest scoop here!

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I Used Only Vegan Make-Up For A Week And This Is What Happened

I Used Only Vegan Make-Up For A Week And This Is What Happened


InStyle.co.uk

Like most things in my life, it started with food. I’ve followed a vegetarian diet since I was 6 years old, and ditched animal products from my wardrobe...

Urban Decay Naked Heat Palette – Review

by Christine @ MakeUpGuineaPig

You may have noticed that there’s a new palette in town. Though the hype is dying down a bit, there has been a lot of talk about the new Urban Decay Naked Heat Palette. This is the latest offering in Urban Decay’s infamous “Naked” line of supposedly neutral palettes, and I must say that I’m [...]

Von: Aylin

by Aylin @ Kommentare zu: Butter London klaut Leaping Bunny Siegel?!

Leaping bunny hat auf ihrer FB Seite bzgl. butter london Folgendes geschrieben: "They did inquire about certification after we contacted about using the logo without permission, but they have not yet completed the application."

Spring Cleaning for Animals

by erikmarcus @ Vegan.com

One core tactic to protecting large numbers of animals is to find something that’s already getting publicity, and then discover a way to align animal protection with it. This happens automatically whenever celebrities go vegan or who get heavily into animal advocacy—whether it’s Paul McCartney or Ricky Gervais or Tom Brady or Pamela Anderson or Moby, you’re starting... Read more »

A Vegan Dietitian Reviews “What the Health”

by erikmarcus @ Vegan.com

By Virginia Messina, MPH, RD As a vegan health professional, I am sometimes mortified to be associated with the junk science that permeates our community. And as an animal rights activist, I’m disheartened by advocacy efforts that can make us look scientifically illiterate, dishonest, and occasionally like a cult of conspiracy theorists. There is a... Read more »

ALEXIS FARAH – The Beauty Story of a Successful Woman

by Jeremy Hill @ LoveRealBeauty

Alexis Farah has been interested in beauty from a very early age.  She admits that she “grew up as a professional, albeit unpaid product tester.”  From that initial love of product, Alexis Farah developed a love of talking and writing about beauty.  Contributing her unique thoughts about products, concepts and the beauty industry, Alexis wrote…

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Companies That DON’T Test on Animals – New Addition!

Companies That DON’T Test on Animals – New Addition!


MakeUpGuineaPig

Probably the most useful resource for anyone who is or is going cruelty free is a list of brands that qualify as cruelty free. I’ve wanted to compile such a list for a loooong time, but I must admi…

Is Tom Ford Beauty Tested on Animals? or Cruelty-Free?

by Vicky Ly @ ethical elephant

Does Tom Ford Beauty test on animals? or are they cruelty-free? Find out what Tom Ford Beauty is hiding in their animal testing policy.

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Von: LPunkt

by LPunkt @ Kommentare zu: Butter London klaut Leaping Bunny Siegel?!

Es schockiert es mich auch, dass Butter London das "Ansehen" des LB Siegels nutzt um die Kunden in Sicherheit zu wiegen. Für mich spielt es da auch keine Rolle wie das Siegel auf der Verpackung gelandet ist. Ob da nun eiskalt abgewogen wurde, wie groß die Wahrscheinlichkeit der Aufdeckung und deren Konsequenzen sind oder es schlichtweg Inkompetenz war, beides spricht gegen BL. Und mal ehrlich: Wie wollen die uns das erklären? Vorsetzliches Handeln werden sie wohl kaum zugeben. Dass ein Unternehmen, das sich so sehr mit Cruelty Free und Vegan etc. brüstet, versehentlich ein bekanntes Siegel nutzt ist aber auch absolut lächerlich :keineahnung: Zusätzlich stellt sich mir dann aber auch die Frage, wie verlässlich ein Siegel auf einer Verpackung dann überhaupt noch ist.

Australia to Ban Super Trawlers

by erikmarcus @ Vegan.com

One of the greatest enemies of the oceans, the super trawler, is set to be permanently banned from Australian waters. Super trawlers are massive ships—well over 100 meters long—that decimate fisheries by scooping up tens of thousands of fish at a time. Many of them even carry large-scale processing units and freezers, enabling them to stay... Read more »

Von: Die vegane Nagellack-Liste | Blanc et Noir – Vegan Beauty Blog

by Die vegane Nagellack-Liste | Blanc et Noir – Vegan Beauty Blog @ Kommentare zu: Butter London klaut Leaping Bunny Siegel?!

[…] geworden. Aufmerksame LeserInnen dieses Blogs werden sich aber vielleicht eher als erstes an den Butter London Skandal von Ende Mai erinnern, bei dem Erbse aufdeckte, dass sie das Leaping Bunny Symbol einfach […]

Peanut Butter & Jam Pop Tarts

by Liza Mansour @ oh hotcakes

I used to love pop tarts when I was younger. I was fascinated by all the different flavors and how easy and fast they were to make in the toaster. These homemade pop tarts take a little more effort because they obviously aren’t made in the toaster, but they’re really quick to make and taste even better than the store-bought kind. For breakfast, who doesn’t love a peanut butter and jam sandwich? These taste just like a real pb&j sandwich except the pie crust which makes them super delicious. You get the flaky, butter and rich crust and then a gooey, smooth, peanut butter and jam center. One of the best parts about a pop tart was always the glaze on top. The glaze on these is a simple royal glaze made with pink vegan food coloring and topped with sprinkles. Sprinkles make everything taste and look better. I hope you try this recipe out! It’s so fast and easy, and you’ll never want to buy store-bought pop tarts again!

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Cruelty-Free Brands at Ulta (UPDATED FOR 2017!)

by Tashina Combs @ butter london – Logical Harmony

Trying to figure out what the cruelty-free brands at Ulta are? This guide can help! For many beauty lovers, big chain stores like Ulta are one of the main places where we purchase cosmetics, skincare, and hair care. Ulta is unique in that they carry both high-end and drugstore brands. This makes it easy to do a lot of your beauty shopping in one place. Being aware of the cruelty-free brands at Ulta can be a challenge simply because they carry so many brands.  In an effort to make things easier for consumers,  we wanted to create and share this list of cruelty-free brands at Ulta. Take this guide of cruelty-free brands at Ulta with you the next time you go to an Ulta store (details on how to do that are in the post!) or reference it for easy online cruelty-free shopping! This is the most recent update of a post I originally published on October 31, 2014 All brands included here are sold at Ulta. They are cruelty-free, which means free of animal testing, and they all also have vegan options to choose from. Just as with the Cruelty-Free and Vegan Brand List, it is noted next to a brand if they […]

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butter LONDON Vegan Product List

butter LONDON Vegan Product List


The Plastic Diaries Beauty Blog

The butter LONDON animal testing information and complete list of vegan products.

Stitch Fix Plus Size Clothing Box Review – September 2017

by Nicole Rieder @ My Subscription Addiction

Check out my latest review of the new Stitch Fix Plus Size clothing subscription service!

Looking forward to 'World's End' series two!

by noreply@blogger.com (Elizabeth Braun) @ Fluffy Little Idiot

This is SOOOO unlike me as we don't even have a TV and I just watch the occasional thing on the iPlayer - usually the BBC one.  However, I've really enjoyed a couple of series on CBBC (Children's BBC) recently, especially an intriguing teenage sci-fi called 'World's End'.

As most readers here won't have watched it (but do, if you see it available on the iPlayer and you can watch that where you live - or it comes on your local kid's TV service), the following will make zero sense to most.  However, I wanted to write this post as the BBC website won't allow me to comment on the CBBC site - I'm too old!!!

Anyway, here are my thoughts on some of the yet unanswered questions and mysteries left over from series 1 that should be addressed in series 2:

- That stone circle in the hidden cave is a sort of wormhole where two versions/parallel worlds meet.  Thus the 'same worlds meet' code.  At certain times, transport between these is possible.  That will be where the missing people disappeared and the 'prophets' who foresaw the asteroid came through.

- Yup, Lexy is definitely a clobot and fully clobot, not half-human.  There are clues on this right from the very first episode where Lena says she's already holding Cat responsible for everything.  Why else would she do that if she wasn't resentful at Cat being left behind when Lexy disappeared in the cave along with Cat's parents?  Why take the clobot Alexa to replace the real Lexy?  Well, the whole operation at World's End castle is top secret and letting anyone know about Lexy's disappearance would put their operation at risk.  Lena had to hush it up and take Alexa to pose as her daughter indefinitely.  This is the memory dream that Lexy tells Cat about - her being removed from the Secret Zone.  As well as being painfully aware that Alexa is not her real daughter, Lena also thinks that clobots have no rights or feelings.  Therefore she is both inhuman to her and completely unconcerned about her being hurt should the real Lexy show back up at some point.

- Lexy (and the other clobots) are not made of mirror matter as one commenter suggested.  If she were, we wouldn't be able to see her.  Remember the scientists explaining that mirror matter was invisible to the naked eye and having to run special tests to detect it??  I think Lexy's face may have melted owing to all the cosmetics she's been using over the years weakening the synthetic cells she's made of which then broke down when combined with tears (which would be relatively unusual given Lexy's former unpleasant nature and her not having normal parents around to compare Lena's horrible treatment of her with).  There really is some awful muck in most skincare and make-up, (parrafin and other petrochemicals for a start!) so it wouldn't surprise me that her 'skin' integrity gave up.  It'll be interesting to see how the script writers explain that one.

- I'm expecting that, during series 2, the wormhole in the cave will reveal its secrets and all the missing people will reappear, including Alice and Henry Carter who disappeared there in the 60's, although it is possible that some of those who disappeared may have made lives in the other world and prefer to stay there.  The teenagers will go looking for the clobots to tell them the Earth is safe and, at some point, will go back into the cave and discover the necklace Caitlin dropped there when she was transported through the wormhole.  That will spark off a more intensive exploration into the cave phenomena and, no doubt against the advice of their various parents, the teens will get to the truth of the matter.  (Parents and other adults are usually portrayed as stupid and/or untrustworthy in kids' shows - a really helpful idea for them to grow up with - NOT!)

- No, Casey won't be back.  His rocket was blown to bits when it hit the asteroid, so there's no way he both survived and got back to Earth safely.

- Some of the kids on the CBBC site and YouTube talked about the characters' relationships etc.  Well, Gaia and Gregor are a cert of course, but I feel uncertain that Cat would really want to get fully involved with a clobot.  She may be quite happy to accept them as her sister and/or friend, but not as a boyfriend.  My guess is that she'll go for Luke in the long run and that this will cause more friction between him and Noah.  Other than AJ having fun and games explaining himself to Mackenzie, (which, given her passion for all things weird and wonderful, I expect he'll be able to do in the end), I don't see any other romances.  Oh yes I do.  I can see Stephanie and Duncan getting back together and the Morelles becoming a real family, including Duncan accepting Noah to a degree.  He has too much history with clobots to accept him fully, but, as they all know the truth now, it won't matter as much as when Noah thought Duncan was his dad and couldn't see why he was rejected on sight.  I also think that Lena will become somewhat more human during series 2, especially when the truth about the disappearance of her real daughter comes out.

Other than that, (and to say that I'm horrified at some of the terrible spelling of many of the youngsters who commented - the more I read on-line comments, the more I  understand why there's been so much outcry about education and literacy standards on both sides of the Pond), that's it and I hope that 'World's End' series 2 is aired next month, which may be possible as a treat from the BBC to gild the September return to school pill.  Here's hoping.....  I understand series 2 has already been filmed from the comments of one viewer who actually e-mailed the BBC about it.  I'm assuming that, given the international nature of the cast and the use of a place like Bamburgh Castle as a filming location, they'll have done the whole thing in one go.

I also hope it stays purely sci-fi and doesn't get genuinely occult.  It did look a bit 'weird' from some stuff in the first few episodes and, left to my own devices, I probably wouldn't have completed the series after about part 6 where Gaia moved away from looking at herself in a mirror, but another version appeared in it, but I discovered the series just after its first showing finished and so I was able to check on the website synopsis that it was OK.  On principle, I won't touch anything occult or the witches, wizards and fairies sort of fantasy with a barge pole.  Which means a whole load of otherwise popular shows are not of interest to me.

Update: Looks like the show has been cancelled. Despite a replay in autumn 2016 and a reappearance in the CBBC Shows page, it's long gone again and it looks like we'll have to give this one up as a bad job. Pity! :(

Text and images © Elizabeth Braun 2015/6

Go veg - I'd Rather Be Reading

Go veg - I'd Rather Be Reading


I'd Rather Be Reading

I’m often asked “why go cruelty-free?” and to be honest, I often just want to say, “Why not?” I love animals too much to keep one as a pet and misuse another by eating it or skinning it for a bag. It’s that simple for me. Many people already have “meatless Mondays”, wear faux leather …

HOT OFF THE PRESS _ Urban Decay decide to NOT sell in China!

by noreply@blogger.com (Sakara) @ Little Miss Metamorph - Uk based blog from a self confessed makeup addict

This is great news and I'm glad for what ever reason made them change their minds (probably partly due to a shed load of their customers writing to them telling them they would never buy from them again, might have had some impact).
Urban Decay have decided it is not the time to sell their products in China because of their laws on animal testing, it conflicted too much with Urban Decays policies.
This is their official statement -
http://www.urbandecay.com/Animal-Testing-Policy/animal-testing-policy,default,pg.html

Good decency has seen over profit. well done Urban Decay (not sure about Two Faced if they are owned by Urban Decay or not..cant find anything on their website).

ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK // OCC, Butter London, NARS

ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK // OCC, Butter London, NARS


THE HUNT

We're in the clutch of Autumn and the colour of the season is Orange!Pumpkins, leaves turning, and cute little berries on wintery walks amongst twigs.A bright Orange pop is also one of my all time favourite shades so I thought I'd spice up the Autumnal palettes a little bit with a powder blu

Cruelty-Free Brands at Sephora (Updated for 2017!)

by Tashina Combs @ butter london – Logical Harmony

Finding cruelty-free brands at Sephora is a struggle for many. For many consumers, big stores like Sephora are one of the main places where they purchase cosmetics, skincare, and hair care. Being aware of the cruelty-free brands at Sephora can be a challenge. Sephora carries so many brands and it can be a little overwhelming to figure out which are cruelty-free and which are not. Thankfully, this list of cruelty-free brands at Sephora will help make shopping easier for you! All of the brands listed here are cruelty-free and are also sold at Sephora. They are free of any animal testing and all of them have vegan options. Just as with the Cruelty-Free Brand List, it is noted next to a brand if they are owned by a company who tests on animals. It is also noted if they not only a cruelty-free brand, but are also a 100% vegan brand. Want to take this list with you? Scroll down to get a printable PDF and a mobile-friendly version! Cruelty-Free Brands at Sephora: Anastasia Beverly Hills Aquis bareMinerals – It should be noted that they are cruelty-free, but their parent company is not. Besamé Cosmetics beautyblender – 100% vegan BECCA – It should […]

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WIFE Tunes: Lion Babe

by tarynthewife @ Taryn Cox The Wife

After seeing Lion Babe last year in London and rocking out to her knock out single “Jump Hi,” THE WIFE™  highly anticipated the album release of “Begin. Now just 4 months after their debut album, the Brooklyn duo just put out a new mix tape entitled “Sun Joint.” Singer Jillian Hervey and producer Lucas Goodman created […]

butter LONDON Vegan Product List

butter LONDON Vegan Product List


The Plastic Diaries Beauty Blog

The butter LONDON animal testing information and complete list of vegan products.

The news today is good but Not as great as you'd think

by noreply@blogger.com (Sakara) @ Little Miss Metamorph - Uk based blog from a self confessed makeup addict

SO in the news today is this announcement on various anti vivisection charities and groups sites - 
EG BUAV -
"Victory for Animals!

Michelle Thew, Chief Exexutive of BUAV and the European Coalition to End Animal Experiments ( ECEAE) today met with Ronio Borg, the European Commissioner in charge of cosmetics regulations, who personally confirmed today that the import and sale of animal tested cosmetics products and ingredients is set to be banned in the EU on 11th March 2013

We have been at the forefront of the European campaign to end animal testing for cosmetics for 23 years - and we are immensely proud of this achievement. It has been a long and difficult journey to get here but we have there at every step of the way.
 Thankyou to everyone who has supported out campaign to end cruel cosmetics in Europe over the years, we could not have done it without you!"

While yes this sounds wonderful and a great step in the right direction, there are loopholes to this law which many companies will use to get around the ban
These loopholes i found via this excellent site -
http://www.beautywithoutthebeasts.com/Worldwide-animal-testing-ban%282845642%29.htm

  • Companies can continue to sell products in the UK and across Europe that contain ingredients that have been tested on animals in the past (i.e prior to 11 March 2013).(so that means if the ingredient was tested and passed by the 10th of March 2013..then it's legal to consider cruelty free!)
  • Companies (even if they are based in the EU) will still be able to sell products with animal tested ingredients outside of the EU, assuming that the animal testing was done somewhere else in the world. This opens up the theoretical possibility of a company conducting animal tests for ingredients in some markets, but using non-animal methods and existing data for the EU Market.
  • Some brands could still test on animals if their products can be proven to fall under the remit of drugs rather than cosmetics, for example face creams that claim to target skin problems such as acne or eczema.
  • Any company that wishes to import its products into China, MUST agree to animal testing of those products by the Chinese government before they can be sold in the country. (Does not include Hong Kong, which has a seperate law that means items sold ONLY there and not mainland China aswell do not have to be tested on animals)


Basically..stick with the various safe lists, dont believe the hype and check check check, Until these loopholes are closed.

In other news, i will be updating this blog with more makeup LOTDs and reviews soon. Up until recently i havent felt my makeup was worth posting about, i was in a style rut so to speak. I just kept my cruelty free list upto date. But soon you will see new posts with my new hair! :D

Who Wore it Better? Rio 2016 Nails vs London 2012 Nails

by Inspirationail @ Inspirationail

With the round up of the 2016 Summer Olympics coming to a close there’s a lot that stand out about the athletes – their incredible skills, talents and sportsmanship are undeniably impressive. However, let’s not forget what we’re really interested in atm; who’s winning the nail art competition that’s secretly hidden within the games? Rio […]

 Nail Lacquer | Ulta Beauty

Nail Lacquer | Ulta Beauty


ULTA Beauty

Butter London's original 8-free Nail Lacquers in heavily pigmented colours & finishes inspired by the latest trends.

Easy way to find out what Western brands are sold in China and thus not cruelty free

by noreply@blogger.com (Sakara) @ Little Miss Metamorph - Uk based blog from a self confessed makeup addict

The wonderful Ginger O Rama produces an excellent blog on all things ethical in the cosmetics industry. She recently posted about an idea that was given to her by another blogger http://blushingbiddies.com/ who suggested if you want to find brands that sell in Mainland China, look at chinese department and makeup stores websites and see what brands they stock! Chrome Translate is handy to find your way around the sites.

Sephora and Shanghai Pacific Department Store brands

By checking what brands they sell we can see what brands to avoid even if they claim to be cruelty free.

Remember of course Hong Kong is not included as they have a separate law in tune with the deal made with the UK to hand it back to China.

We can see in those links, and others,  many obvious 'avoid like the plague' brands but there are also brands which like to say they are cruelty free but very much are not  - Benefit. Stila, Anna Sui, Bliss, Amazing Cosmetics.

Other big companies such as Boots sell in Mainland China ( putting aside the fact Boots is a pharmaceutical company and thus does other kinds of animal testing) it's always said it's own brand cosmetics are cruelty free. But those brands are sold in Mainland China stores.
http://www.theguardian.com/business/2013/may/16/boots-china-expansion

Another site to check is Skin Store China,  http://www.skinstorechina.com/Product/BrandList.aspx

So yeah, another avenue to try to get to the truth of it

I Tested 14 Non-Toxic Nail Polishes, Here Are the Best - Ecocult

I Tested 14 Non-Toxic Nail Polishes, Here Are the Best - Ecocult


Ecocult

I decided to try out as many nail polishes that are cited as natural and non-toxic alternatives as I could find. I took each brand to the nail salon, topped it with the same Beautiful Life topcoat, and wore it for one week before photographing the results.

Von: AcidPollie

by AcidPollie @ Kommentare zu: Butter London klaut Leaping Bunny Siegel?!

Ich finde es echt dreist von Butter London... Hoffe das sich alles klärt und dass sie erst ma gescheit ärger bekommen :Raccoon: Liebe Grüßle

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