Thursday 23 May 2013

going cruelty free: make up palettes sort out

Today we're sorting out our various makeup palettes, again its the same three categories as all previous posts.

We've sorted out the products to the best of our knowledge through our own research, if any of the products are in the wrong category then we would be grateful if you let us know.

Not Tested on Animals
1. Inglot Freedom Palette

2. Stila Merry & Bright Palette 

3. Stila Written in the Stars Palette 

4. Stila Custom Palette 

5. Too Faced Like a Virgin Palette 

6. Cargo Essential Palette (pictured below - we found out yesterday that Cargo Cosmetics are Cruelty-Free) 

The Ambiguous Zone

7. The Body Shop Eye & Cheek Palette 01 

8. The Body Shop Eye & Cheek Palette 02 * 2 

9. Urban Decay Book of Shadows Volume II * 2

10. Urban Decay Book of Shadows Volume III

11. Urban Decay Naked Palette

12. Urban Decay Ammo Palette 

13. Rubie & Millie Eyes Palette

Tested on Animals 

14. No7 Sultry Eyes Palette * 2

15. No7 Dramatic Eyes Palette

16. No7 Colour Rebellion Palette

17. No7 Palette

18. Benefit She's so Jet Set Palette

19. Dior Smoky Design 008 Palette

20. Bobbi Brown Basic Eyes Palette

21. Bobbi Brown Mauve Face Palette

22. Mac Palette

23. Avon Palette

If you've missed our previous sort out posts:
Blusher click here
Face Makeup click here
Skincare click here. 
Haircare click here.
Deodorants/Body Sprays click here
Bath/Body click here

Sita & Radha xoxo 


  1. I really like No.7 it's such a shame they are tested on animals :(


  2. It's really nice to know if they are cruelty free or not. I would rather buy a palette which isn't tested on the animals even if it's more expensive.

  3. hmmm... it's soo sad to see that many products are tested on animals... it's ridiculous! :( x

  4. I need to try Stila and Too Faced.

    1. I love the eyeshadows but definitely need to venture into more of their products.

  5. I didn’t know ingot has cruelty free palette



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