Monday, November 10, 2014

Article: Going Cruelty-Free

If you're new to cruelty-free makeup, sometimes it can be tough to know where to start. Or perhaps you have friends you want to introduce to your fabulous new lifestyle. Whatever the reason, today is a great day to go cruelty-free.

Check out my guest post on The Joyful Organizer for a cruelty-free tips for beginners.

Here's a quote from the article:
If your products were purchased in a drugstore or superstore and are not considered “natural,” there is a good chance that they were tested on animals. Many higher-end cosmetic brands (such as those sold in department stores) are not tested on animals, but policies vary. Look up your company on PETA’s list, check the company’s website for an animal testing policy, or write to the company. 
Click here to check out the full post on The Joyful Organizer!

For more info, check out my posts on switching to vegan beauty products and how to dispose of makeup.

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