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Beauty with ethics

Searching for ethical beauty brands can be a mission – between lipsticks that have hidden beeswax and lanolin, and foundations that have been tested on animals, having a completely cruelty-free make-up bag can be a bit of a struggle. But before you trawl the internet or raid Sephora searching for a new, sustainable mascara or nail varnish, take a look at these gorgeous products. They’re all vegan-friendly, cruelty-free and use as many sustainable or recyclable materials as possible in their packaging – some brands even offer refills, which is good for the environment, and your purse.

(Row 1 from L–R) W7 Very Vegan Quad in Summer Sands, £8.95, – Axiology Natural Lip Crayon in Amberlight, £15.99, – Nailberry Nail Varnish in Almond, Candy Floss, and Au Naturel, £14.50, – Inika Loose Mineral Foundation in Grace, £30, and Organic Pure Primer with Hyaluronic Acid, £33, 2 from L–R) Nanshy Make-Up Brushes, from £5.95, – The White Witch Gentle Exfoliating Cleanser, £18.50, – Memi Expert Liner, £10, – Ere Perez Concealer in Chai, £20, – Kjaer Weis Eyeshadow in Transcend, £32 and Cream Eye Shadow in Enticing, £32, net-a-porter. com (Row 3 from L-R) Ilia Color Block High Impact Lipstick in Enduring, £15.99, – Zao Aloe Vera Mascara, £20.99, – The Organic Pharmacy Foundation in Shade 2, £45, – Lush Glow Stick in Rock Dove and Robin, £11.95,

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