I’ve been holding off posting this blog for sometime now, trying to get the words just right, as this is a subject that is close to my heart. When the news broke this week that NARS lost its cruelty-free status after its decision to sell in China, I decided I needed to share this post. (*WARNING: graphic image towards the end of post*)
I’ve got a couple more cruelty-free favourites that I want to share with you. Most of these could almost go in an ‘Empties’ post, I’ve used them that much!
Before I start, I’d just like to add a little disclaimer. Not all the products I use are cruelty-free. When looking for a product, my two main thoughts are: can I afford it? (drug-store basically), and does it suit my complexion/skin tone etc. Anything else is really just a bonus. That being said, I would love to discover more cruelty-free brands that fit into the two categories above. For now, here are my favourite discoveries. Continue reading