Cruelty Free Lipsticks

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Being so cruelty free conscious lately, and trying to go chemical free for at least my skin (as a start) has been somewhat hard, I’ll admit that I am still fumbling in the unknown as when I started looking in to lipsticks for this particular blog post, I was still finding that insect blood is used for pigmentation in really rich red lipsticks.

I mean….I relocate insects, I don’t kill them, even ants, spiders and flies! So, even though I was not acting upon it personally, I was still buying into it. Who knows how many companies are still testing on animals or packing their lipsticks full of chemicals that YOU put on your lips? It’s such a frustrating feat! So this caused me to go looking for a handful of lipsticks to show you all, I want Where the styled things are to be a place where you CAN find some alternatives if you would like to. Four really beautiful moisturising lipsticks for winter, in deep, gorgeous tones…

ADORN | MUSQ | SCOUT | COULEUR CARAMEL

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ADORN toffee lipstick is a colour I am a virgin to, I am a sucker for red, pink and nude colours so to try something completely different was fun! I have to say, I like the brown tones now, and as much as I always recognised brown lipstick with older ladies, I have to say that winter colours are incorporating the beige and brown tones everywhere! If you wear a brown lipstick, it’s absolutely positively not just for the older ladies – I know that now! Such a moisturising colour with such a great pigmented colour, this toffee lipstick will be used for those cold wintery nights out with the girls guaranteed! Grab your very own Adorn Toffee lipstick here.

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MUSQ has some really pretty colours on offer, but this Alexandrite pink was cute but not too bright for winter, I love pink hues because I have natural pink tones through my very white skin, it just adds to those tones and accentuates my lips (Good…they’re small and need natural plumping). I only applied this colour a couple of times to my lips, with more application the brighter the hue, it’s not going to be your crazy Cyndi Lauper pink, it’s a nice subtle pink which can be worn from day to night – to work and out on the town! Purchase this beautifully creamy lipstick here, and be prepared to go through it really quickly because it is that nice!

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SCOUT‘s Excite Lipstick reminds me of scoffing mulberries from my Mum’s backyard, mulberry stained lips who would have thought that would become a thing? Such a beautiful rich colour though, I applied 3 times to get the darker colour but the best thing about organic lipsticks is going from a light to dark lip just by adding more. A really moisturising lipstick that didn’t bleed, In fact, I wore this to work today!! You can have your own piece of mulberry stained lips with the Scout Excite lipstick here.

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COULEUR CARAMEL (from LOVE Organic Beauty) has been in my house for a short while now, and the lipstick is really quite pigmented! This grape shimmer colour is really thick, so basically it’s not going to go anywhere unless you smash a bunch of hot chips with gravy and it drips down your face (I did not do this). This lipstick I didn’t even need to put a few layers on like I normally do, the colour was quite prominent from the first application. If you want to experience this lipstick you can get a special 10% discount by using the code ADELLEC here (or for any makeup).

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5 thoughts on “Cruelty Free Lipsticks

  1. Mystery Case

    I’ve been desperately looking for a new lipstick. My favourite from MAC (I know not cruelty free) has been discontinued. Love these colours on you but I’m after more of a gold colour. Have been mixing two together to get the right tone but it’s not ideal.

    Which lipstick would you suggest if I’m after something long lasting? The COULEUR?

     
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    1. Where the styled things are

      They’re all very long lasting – I think that’s the benefit, being so moisturizing they stain your lips! Couleur is VERY long lasting! I’d apply with a brush for that one, as a little too much comes off while applying from the lipstick.

       
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