Vegan Beauty Finds #4

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I haven't done one of these posts in a while and I thought it was finally time to share some vegan beauty products again. I have been trying out a few new products lately and I can't get enough of this selection. If you have been on the hunt for something new to try, I highly recommend these products.
Vegan Beauty Finds #4
I have become such a big fan of Milk Makeup since the launch at Cult Beauty and I can't stop myself from ordering more products. The Eye Pigments* (£20.50) are worth every penny and I now own three shades. These are all I have been wearing on my eyes for the last few weeks and I shared my full thoughts on them yesterday (you can check that out here). Another product from Milk Makeup I can't get enough of is the KUSH Mascara. I have raved for years about the Tarte Maneater Mascara but I have finally found a replacement for it. This mascara is holy grail status for me and I love the effect it has on my lashes. I know I will be continuing to repurchase this for the foreseeable future.

Another eye makeup product I have been loving is the Barry M On Point Precision Eyeliner*. I had been wanting to find a vegan replacement for my Kat Von Disease eyeliner that I loved so much now that I won't be purchasing from the brand anymore and this one is it! It has a felt tip applicator that's much longer than the standard ones and it's so quick and easy to apply the perfect wing. The final makeup item I wanted to highlight today was the Wet n Wild Photofocus Foundation. This beauty is only £6 and I can't get enough of it! It has fantastic coverage and is so long-wearing on my skin, for £6 you can't go wrong with this.

I am Soap and Glory's biggest fan and my Mum got me a few of the hair products for my birthday and they have impressed me even more than I thought they would. The Split Happens Hair Oil* is a stand out product and one that I will be repurchasing again and again. Hair oils are a daily must have for my hair and this is one of the best ones I have ever tried. It's so hydrating and smoothing on my hair without being heavy, no matter how much I apply.

I was so excited to see Ole Henriksen relaunch in the UK at Boots that I had to splurge when I saw the products in store. I have three products that I have been using consistently in my skincare routine for a couple of weeks now. While the whole brand is cruelty-free, they do have a couple of products that are also vegan including the Invigorating Night Transformational Gel*. Every morning after I have used this my skin looks much more even and refined.



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