My Cruelty Free Beauty Wishlist!

I’ve been loving Pinterest recently and have created a board dedicated to the cutest looking beauty products. I’ve done a little snooping online (that never ends well) and have resisted the temptation to completely splurge and buy everything at once. I want to build up my makeup/beauty collection up into one that’s entirely cruelty free but, as that’ll be relatively expensive (hi I’m a student), I thought I’d just do it bit by bit.

Here are all of the beauty products that I currently have my eyes on!

Glossier Balm Dotcom

This has been on my wish-list for sometime now. I’ve seen so many influencers using this product and I think it’s about time I jump on the whole Glossier bandwagon. They are a reasonably priced brand, a little higher than your standard high-street brands, but the reviews are nothing but positive.

This product has six different balms, including the rose one which is what I want to get. It’s only ยฃ10 for a tube or, if you buy a set, you get three for ยฃ25 so you can have them everywhere. It soothes and hydrated your lips, keeps them looking dewy for hours and smells INCREDIBLE.

Plus look at that packaging. I’ve never seen something so Instagram-able!

Mario Badescu Face Mists

I’ve been wanting a face mist for ages now and noticed this set on Beauty Bay. The brand is indeed cruelty free and the reviews are amazing. Included in the set are three different facial mists which hydrate your skin, each with different ingredients to target different problems. I’ve never tried a face mist before and these look absolutely fab.

The Body Shop Vitamin E Intense Moisture Cream

I absolutely LOOOVE The Body Shop’s vitamin E range after my bestie introduced me to it a few months ago. I did a whole post on my skincare routine using only their products, and have since then come across this little moisture cream which is currently out of stock, as it’s one of their trending products.

This would be perfect to add to my little skincare routine as I suffer from very dry skin, and would like to stick to the same brand regarding skincare to make sure they all work well together.

Two Faced Melted Metal Liquified Metallic Lipstick

I’ve never tried any of their products before but have heard great things about the brand. For years I thought Too Faced wasn’t cruelty free but, surprisingly, it is! This little lipsticks look so incredible and the packaging alone is enough to get me to buy it. I’m a completely lipstick hoarder, I love trying new brands and have become addicted to buying a new one every few weeks to try out.


2 thoughts on “My Cruelty Free Beauty Wishlist!

  1. Mario Badescu actually has sets for your skin based on age (20’s, 30’s 40’s, etc.) so I’ve used the 20’s for a while and would recommend it. I haven’t used the face mists but use the masks all the time. Hope you like it as well ๐Ÿ™‚

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