8 Humane Makeup Brands That Don’t Test On Animals
ColourPop is cruelty-free and owned by Seed Beauty, a cruelty-free parent company. Talk about a relief. They’re mostly vegan, with a few exceptions listed on their website, and they only use ingredients from cruelty-free suppliers. This is a major W for ethically-conscious MUAs, since ColourPop is both dirt cheap and extremely high quality. While the brand is known for its liquid lipsticks, lippie pencils, and glosses, ColourPop’s various eyeshadows are hyper-pigmented and hyper-awesome as well.