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    Hey!!! I am really struggling to find decent vegan make up? Different websites say different things, e.g. some say nyx is cruelty free and some say its not? Any advice for make up that is vegan and cruelty free, thank you
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    Hi! Not vegan but always use vegan products. I personally use Barry M, I think it's a wonderful, fairly inexpensive brand that is very passionate in its cruelty policies :-) I can definitely recommend it!
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    Hi! Not vegan but always use vegan products. I personally use Barry M, I think it's a wonderful, fairly inexpensive brand that is very passionate in its cruelty policies :-) I can definitely recommend it!
    Oh yay! I am so glad Barry M is vegan! I have a few products from them and I can now buy lots more! Thank you!
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    (Original post by idontknowmedoyou)
    Oh yay! I am so glad Barry M is vegan! I have a few products from them and I can now buy lots more! Thank you!
    Not all Barry M products are vegan, but many are. You can check their website - all vegan products have a vegan symbol next to them on their ingredient list.

    Superdrug's own brand cosmetics are sfv and dead cheap too. (I think the whole range is vegan - but products are individually labelled as suitable for vegans so you can check in store). They are about to rebrand the line though, so you may currently find stocks are low.

    Some Marks & Spencer products are sfv - most of the Autograph range and the Limited range - but again, you need to check their website to be sure.

    I use Lily Lolo for mineral foundation.

    Lavera and BWC are often available from health food shops. Some Urban Decay products are ok - you can get them in Debenhams, I think. That's all I can think of for the moment.
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    I can recommend lush, too faced (mostly vegan but they have a list online of everything vegan in their range), the balm and Barry m
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    Anastasia Beverly Hills and body shop are vegan


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