The glitter makeup trend can’t stop, won’t stop. If you haven’t noticed, sparkle is everywhere right now—from lips to lids, any facial feature can benefit from some shimmering makeup. Get in on the trend without supporting tests on animals by purchasing cruelty-free, vegan glitter makeup products.
Here are some of our top vegan glitter makeup product choices:
This glitter by Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics is multipurpose: You can brush it onto nails for a pop of sparkle, mix it with a hair product to run through strands or on eyebrows, and, most typically, use it over primer as eyeshadow. Here it is in beige:
Urban Decay knows how to bring out your eyes. Apply the liner with the thin-tipped brush for a lighter effect, or use the side of the brush to sweep the lid for more coverage and glamour.
Lime Crime’s revolutionary lip formula is available in 10 shades and can be worn alone or over lipstick. Either way, you’ll be “crushing it.”
wet n wild is always adding gorgeous colors to its rainbow of affordable polishes.
Beauty Bakerie carries many sprinkle colors for all your unicorn needs. Be sure to buy its vegan, cruelty-free glue for applying.
The Lisa, Angelina, and Jessica shades are all packed with holographic glitter, courtesy of NYX.
Sugarpill’s eyeshadow comes in both loose and pressed formulas, and each glittery vegan shade is clearly marked. Shine on!
Ulta carries Pacifica’s iridescent highlighter in four shades. Apply it with the magic wand to make any part of your face or body shine.
NYX offers 12 shades of glittery fairy dust, so you can choose your own makeup adventure.
10. Glitter Primer
e.l.f. cosmetics’ vegan primer is an absolute must for your glitter haul, and will make any loose glitter product stay in place.
Urban Decay’s highlighting powder has a micro-fine glitter to make your cheekbones pop.
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Now that you’ve seen how easy it is to get glittered without supporting tests on animals, help us send a message to Avon. By signing our action alert, you’ll let Avon know that you won’t be buying its products until the company stops supporting cruel tests.