Cruelty Free and Vegan False Lashes

Cruelty Free and Vegan False Lashes

When it comes to looking glamorous, everyone knows that a pair of false lashes is a necessity. Some false lashes are made from animal hair while lots of brands out there are made from synthetics or real human hair. However, most brands that make false lashes do test on animals. Thankfully, there are a couple of brands out there that are willing to help a vegan gal out in this department!

Ardell lashes are cruelty free and synthetic. This drugstore brand is also a favorite among beauty guru’s because you can get quality lashes at a great price. Ardell also has an amazing variety of lash types – from full lashes, accent lashes, and individual lashes. Ardell also has some great tutorial videos as well.

ELF offers their lashes for only $1.00! You can get full lash sets or individual lashes. ELF is completely cruelty free and their false lashes are synthetic. I love that they are cheap enough that you can play around with them without feeling like you’re being wasteful. I’m new to false lashes, so these are perfect for me. I’ve picked up a box so expect a review of them soon.

Swagger Cosmetics carries several styles of full cruelty free lashes. What makes Swagger stand out from other brands is that it’s a small business. So if you’d rather support a cruelty free, vegan, small business option they are definitely the way to go! The Starlet lashes seem like the best option for most people.

Urban Decay offers a pair of vegan lashes in their Urban Lash Kit. This kit is currently on sale, which hopefully doesn’t mean that it’s being discontinued. Not only are they cruelty free, but these lashes are also synthetic. Please note that while Urban Decay is cruelty free, their parent company is not.

Winks by Georgie Beauty has several types of lashes from natural to dramatic. Georgie Beauty is cruelty free and their lashes are made from human hair (hence the 100% natural labeling). Winks by Georgie Beauty also offers a lot of helpful tips for applying and removing false lashes that are sure to come in handy for everyone.

Eylure is another great drugstore option. Some of their lashes are made from human hair while others are synthetic. This line has a great collaboration line of false lashes with Katy Perry, that are a personal favorite at Logical Harmony. They also offer pre-glued lash strips, individual lashes, and multi-packs.

Do you wear false lashes? What brand makes your favorite animal friendly lashes?

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10 comments for “Cruelty Free and Vegan False Lashes

  1. Vonnie
    Monday - July 7, 2014 at 10:37 am

    Is the glue for the eyelashes vegan too?

    • Sunday - July 13, 2014 at 7:20 am

      Hi Vonnie,

      It is! I wouldn’t include any brand where the glue was not vegan.

  2. Lorie
    Tuesday - March 11, 2014 at 1:46 am

    Hi!

    I’m in love with Amazing Shine eyelashes, I was just wondering if you could extend your AMAZINGLY FANTASTIC research into them, I know the lashes are human hair, but don’t know about the glues.

    Thankyou so very much for keeping us updated. :) xxx Amazing work xxx

    • Friday - March 21, 2014 at 4:09 pm

      Hi Lorie,

      Thanks for the tip! I’ll definitely look into them! :)

  3. meems
    Wednesday - October 23, 2013 at 5:19 pm

    Urban Decay isn’t cruelty free! It’s owned by L’oreal which tests on animals. Many companies that claim to be cruelty-free are owned by “parent companies” that test on animals.

    • Wednesday - October 23, 2013 at 5:41 pm

      Hi Meems!

      At the time this post was published, L’Oreal had not yet bought Urban Decay. I’m going to edit to the post to add a note that their parent company tests on animals.

  4. Tuesday - May 1, 2012 at 11:00 pm

    ELF is really one of the best makeup company for me..

  5. Sam
    Monday - April 30, 2012 at 2:43 pm

    I love E.L.F.! They are such a great company!

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