Finding cruelty-free brands at Cult Beauty can be quite a challenge. With variety comes more groundwork. Instead of enjoying the experience and having fun, you end up going through a million tabs checking which brands are cruelty-free.
We understand what you’re going through!
Even if you’re a newbie at cruelty-free makeup, it’s a good time to give it a try! With premium brands switching to animal-friendly techniques, there are dozens of choices.
Anyhow, old or new, to make your journey interesting, we’ve listed all cruelty-free makeup brands at Cult Beauty. So, you can focus on being beautiful instead of exploring brands.
Cruelty-free Brands at Cult Beauty:
Regardless of whether you live in the UK or Asia, one thing stays the same, beauty stores! Nothing can match the thrill of trying the latest shade from Elf or a brand new blender.
There is something different about Cult Beauty that sets it apart from other retail beauty stores. Unlike Sephora and Ulta (makeup brands and retail beauty stores), Cult Beauty is product-centered.
The co-founders of Cult Beauty wanted to solve the problem of having hundreds of worthless skincare, haircare, and makeup. With over 200 brands and thousands of makeup and personal care products, Cult Beauty offers not just variety but also quality.
Our list includes all cruelty-free makeup brands at Cult Beauty. These brands don’t test their makeup products on animals and are certified cruelty-free by PETA. A small V on the right of the brand name indicates that the brand is also vegan.
You can also check our list for cruelty-free brands on Sephora, and Ulta.
Aurelia Probiotic Skincare
Isle of Paradise
One Ocean Beauty
REN CLEAN SKINCARE
Rituel de Fille
Vegan Makeup at Cult Beauty:
Cult beauty stores don’t categorize cruelty-free brands separately but it offers a vegan skincare category. You can find that under Skin Care -> Vegan Skin Care. It can also be filtered checking key Ingredients -> vegan in the refine results sidebar.
Cruelty-free Brands with Non-cruelty-free Parent Company:
Shopping from cruelty-free brands with a non-cruelty-free parent company is your own choice but I vote in the favor. It’s less about shopping and more about encouraging huge makeup companies to switch to cruelty-free.
Yes, you do get a say in these matters!
In marketing, the customer is the king! Never underestimate the value of your feedback and opinions! They sell what you want to buy!!