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11 Cruelty-Free Local Brands For Filipinos That Love Make Up

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Makeup is something that has become a part of our daily lives, and honestly, we can never have too much. Whether we like to admit it or not, it’s fulfilling and satisfying to add beauty products in our stash, but as our collection gets bigger, the more we become aware of what we put on our faces.

Take for example popular YouTubers like Isabella Fiori, who have since become more conscious of going cruelty-free. Doesn’t it feel better knowing your purchase didn’t harm any innocent animals just to make yourself look pretty?

It’s definitely a challenge finding cruelty-free make up brands. It’s also a struggle to keep shipping internationally, that’s why we’re making it easier for you by listing down local cosmetic lines that are cruelty free.

11. Colourette

We love Colourette for their diverse set of shades.The colors in their collection can suit every Filipina skin tone. They have eyeliners, eyebrow pencils, and powder foundations too, but our personal favorite would have to be the intense blend lip and cheek oil. It spreads so well and it turns into a matte finish.

10. Happy Skin

Happy Skin has everything you’ll ever need for your everyday make up kit. From cosmetics, skin care, to nail polish—they have it all. You can bet that every product from Happy Skin has something new to bring to the table. You’ll surely get your money’s worth in their impressive and carefully made ingredients.

9. BLK

This is Anne Curtis’ own makeup line and we’re obsessed with it. The red liquid and stick lipsticks remind us of Anne’s iconic pouty red lips and we can’t help but want to recreate the look on our own Plus, if we buy three of her lippies, we get a super cute heart-shaped mirror for free.

8. Human Nature

Human Nature is the go-to brand for all things local and organic. Aside from hair and skin products, they now have cream tints, eyeshadow, and lippies. Human Nature is the first Philippine brand to be awarded cruelty-free by PETA and they also take pride in their all-natural ingredients.

7. Pink Sugar

Pink Sugar is an affordable Filipino brand that’s also Paraben-free. You have to check out the witty names in their collection. The creativity in their brand and the variety of colors make it an essential part of your makeup kit.

6. In Her Element

In Her Element is more of a skincare brand with their essential oils, moisturizers, and cleansers that you need to keep your skin healthy. Every make-up enthusiast should also invest on good skin care products and In Her Element has a wide range of products that covers all skin types—we’re sure there’s one for you.

5. Vice Cosmetics

Vice Ganda is another personality with a make up brand that caters to everyone, regardless of age, gender, shape and class. This line has a ray of products hilariously coined in gay lingo.

4. Detail

Detail is the brand you must definitely check out. Not only do they have a wide variety of makeup already, but it’s incredibly pigmented and high quality, too. The shades they have are daring but you’ll definitely want to try them all. One swipe of their liquid lipstick is enough to last you a whole day.

3. Paprika

New in the make up industry is Paprika. We absolutely love the warm tones in their first palette. It shows up in your skin easily because it’s just that pigmented. This palette reminds us so much of Morphe, but it’s more affordable. If you’re warm-toned, this is the perfect palette for you.

2. Ellana

If you’re looking for loose powder eye shadows, kissproof liquid lipsticks, and the likes, then you’ll surely love Ellana Cosmetics. You can also try their cheek tints to achieve that natural sun-kissed blush.

1. Kiss and Tell

If you’re still on the hunt of the perfect lippie, you should check out the HD lip creams from Kiss And Tell. It’s affordable and perfectly wearable for your everyday make up look.

So, are you joining cruelty-free movement? Share this post and let us know your thoughts about these products in the comments!