|A finished look with BWC makeup|
There is one main difference between a professional makeup application and a personal makeup application: the number of layers. Pros may apply several products before they even start with "base" layers such as foundation and concealer. Beauty Without Cruelty (BWC), a 100% vegan line, kindly sent me some products to help demonstrate some of these pro tips. Read on for some of my secrets for making your natural makeup last.
In $$$$$, Annmarie Gianni Skin Care, Gluten-Free, Reviews, Sunscreen, Sunscreen/Tanning, Tinted Moisturizer, Vegan / 8/28/2014
Sun Love perform?Read more
- Yummy chocolate-lavender scent
- Gentle, zinc-based sunscreen
- Includes several organic or wildcrafted ingredients
- Lightweight, tinted formula
- No "sunscreen smell"
I get bloated when I eat wheat. Does this mean I should switch over my makeup to gluten-free products?
|This doesn't count as animal testing.|
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In $, Acure Organics, All Hair Types, Conditioner, Gluten-Free, Hair Care, Reviews, Shampoo, Vegan / 8/21/2014
Acure's Lemongrass and Argan Stem Cell Shampoo and Conditioner, as I'd heard good things about the line.Read more
- Vegan and gluten-free
- Safe for color-treated hair
- Shampoo lathers well
- Conditioner leaves hair soft
- Fresh, lemony scent suitable for men or women
- Made with many organic ingredients
|BWC Natural Eye Pencil in Delft Blue|
How to Be Vegan, which focuses on the entire vegan lifestyle as opposed to merely snacks and recipes. It is penned by Elizabeth Castoria, former editor of VegNews, and covers a broad range of topics.Read more
- Beautiful, colorful layout
- Easy and fun to read
- Includes a healthy dose of humor
- Offers original content beyond diet advice
- Has many entertaining graphics and charts
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