Let’s face it, wanting cruelty-free coverage can be a bit of a hassle–from researching certified brands to experimenting with some unfamiliar products–saving animals comes at a (totally worth it) cost! Even though you were promised that eliminating dairy and upping your green smoothies would result in flawless skin, you may be one of the more unlucky few that need some help, or you’re just a real person that knows makeup is such an important part of being in today’s world! Creating a bunny-certified makeup routine is now just as easy and accessible as ordering an almond-milk latte! Vegan makeup from Dose of Colors allows you to focus on yourself and your morals, while not sacrificing any of your beauty.
Many natural skincare blogs tell you that you should be able to just splash your face with cold water and call it a day. No creams, lotions, foundations–none of what makes you feel comfortable going outside. While that is wonderful for them, we here on Earth know that the power of concealer is unmatched by any amount of jade rolling or water intake (although those certainly can be helpful!). You’ve got needs, and we are here to meet them! With just a few products you can transform into the powerful force of nature you aspire to be!
The beautiful part of vegan makeup routines in today’s world is that you don’t have to change your methods, you only have to change the products. Every makeup product now has a cruelty-free alternative, so you can keep your look as subtle or colorful as you wish without going against your morals! Whether you’re into the unicorn trend and want sparkly, chromatic products or you want that effortlessly-full-of-effort no-makeup look, there is no need to go into panic mode!
There are many ways to ensure that every part of your new routine is vegan. There are websites that list the green-light companies, certifications on the packaging itself, or you can take matters into your own hands and look into it! There is a difference between cruelty-free and vegan, so you want to make sure that you are acting in accordance with what you want out of your products. Cruelty-free means no animal testing or harm to animals, but products can still have animal-derived products such as beeswax, making them not vegan. This change is all about self-care and care for the world around you, so go easy on yourself and remember that progress is more important than perfection. You will find what works best for you and your skin with vegan makeup from [brand] and an all-around healthy lifestyle!… Read the rest