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Best Cruelty Free Makeup Brands at Sephora

Now that I (FINALLY) have a local Sephora to shop at, I’m thinking more about showcasing brands that are A. super hyped, B. easily accessed (ahem Sephora),  and C. still cruelty free.
One of my biggest cruelty free turn offs is the wealth of CF beauty bloggers who only ever showcase verrrrry hippy/unknown brands. I get it. Someone has to do it, but to me it’s important that people who see CF as an afterthought can learn that there are brands that they already know and trust that are cruelty free. Those big brands, while they might already be doing well, are still just as, if not MORE worth talking about. …

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Lip + Cheek Tint Review | The Body Shop

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I haven’t had great experiences with lip and cheek stains in the past (I’ve ruined a few too many white shirts), but when Emma Watson called out The Body Shop’s Red Pomegranate Lip & Cheek Stain as one of her favs in her interview with Into the Gloss, I knew I had to try it. During her press tour for Beauty and the Beast Emma Watson documented her favourite eco-friendly, cruelty free, and traceable beauty and fashion products through the instagram page @the_press_tour (it’s quickly become a favourite of mine). Emma Watson’s interview with Into the Gloss (Glossier’s blog) also highlighted all of her favourite beauty products. I’ve been slowly going through the interview and trying out each product myself. Some are harder to find than this one – I had to hunt around on Amazon to get my hands on a tube of DHC’s Mascara, but in the end I hope to have in depth reviews of these great products so that those of you looking to shop cruelty free and eco friendly in beauty know what you’re buying! Here goes The Body Shop’s Lip & Cheek Stain. …

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H&M Conscious Haul + First Impressions

I’m all on board for H&M’s conscious collection if it adds up to everything they market it to be! Recently I’ve decided to try to shop as ethically as possible, but because I spent half my money on tuition and books it’s been a tough go of it. I rely on fast fashion brands like H&M not because I need disposable clothes, but because I need affordable clothes. Now that H&M has a conscious collection, I thought I would do a little haul and review for all the other people out there who, like me, have a conscious, but don’t have an extensive income.

What is it? 

H&M’s #Conscious collection is one of their sustainability initiatives. It aims to provide H&M shoppers with access to consciously created clothing ‘basics.’ In the past few years H&M has adopted a number of sustainability related initiatives; another popular one is their clothes donation. At any H&M store, shoppers can donate old or unused clothes for 15% off, and H&M will recycle these clothes by using them to make new ones.

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DHC Mascara Review | Emma Watson's Beauty Routine

blog 8.jpgAloha pals! I closely followed Emma Waton’s Beauty and the Beast press tour through her Instagram @the_press_tour account, which can I just say was a great idea. Her goal on the tour was to use as many sustainable, eco-friendly and cruelty free products as possible, which she then shared on her instagram, and in interviews! It’s all lovely and well because as much as I’d love to buy products like those, I have such a hard time finding affordable options! During her press tour Emma did an interview with IntoTheGloss (aloha Glossier!) where she went over her beauty routine and her favourite beauty products. I’ve decided to try a handful of them out and give you an in depth review of the product, it’s ethical benefits, and it’s affordability….

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