12 Vegan Makeup Products You Can Buy at Target
We’re happy to see that vegan makeup is becoming easier to find, proving once again that you can look and feel great without harming our animal friends. Here are our top 12 picks for cruelty-free (not tested on animals) makeup products that you can buy at Target:
Pacifica is an all-vegan brand—hallelujah! We love its mineral mascara, which helps lengthen and strengthen lashes.
It’s hard to believe that this product only costs $1. Yes, that’s correct—and it works really well, too!
We’ll admit that this is a bizarre name for a makeup product, but this dual-sided pencil allows you to fill your arches in with a light color and hide any inconsistencies with a darker shade.
This cruelty-free brand features many vegan products, including this glitzy eyeliner trio.
Almost all Megalast nail polish is vegan (colors 201B-218). This grape color is really working for me right now.
Prime your skin with this silky silicone-free primer, which contains vitamins and shea butter. Apply it under your foundation for a smoother look.
We love vegan lip gloss. This one has antioxidants and is made with coconut to keep lips plump and healthy.
We appreciate e.l.f. for making great, affordable cruelty-free makeup! Target carries five different shades to suit your cheeks.
I’ve found that applying this pressed powder with a brush is more effective than using a powder puff. It also does double duty since it contains SPF 30 sunscreen!
Once again: We love vegan lip gloss! Colors 560A-578 are vegan, with the exception of 564A.
Grab some pretty pastels for this spring!
These cleansing wipes will help cool and cleanse your face after a long day. Use them after you wash your face to collect any grime you missed the first go-around.
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