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All the vegan celebrity makeup brands you should know about — and where to shop for them
Be the first to know about your favorite stars’ clean, eco-friendly lines.
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Celebrity-backed beauty isn’t going anywhere — from makeup mogul Kylie Jenner’s billion-dollar line to Rihanna’s award-winning shades of Fenty Beauty, and counting. But if you’re seeking a starlet-owned, clean beauty line without animal ingredients, you have even more options than ever before.
We’ve compiled a list of the latest beauty launches featuring vegan ingredients.
Alicia Keys x e.l.f. Cosmetics. Though the multi-Grammy award-winner is known to frequently go barefaced, Keys has a cruelty-free makeup collab with e.l.f. Cosmetics in the works. The clean, dermatologist-developed line is expected to launch sometime in 2021 with good-for-skin products. In the meantime, e.l.f. Cosmetics products are available online at eyeslipsface.com.
Kesha Rose Beauty by Kesha. The Animal singer launched a cruelty-free, vegan makeup line last year, featuring celestial eye glitter, color-changing lipstick and high-shine gloss for wild and fearless looks. The collection was launched via HipDot Makeup, which also has a collection with the SpongeBob franchise. Find Kesha’s collection at hipdot.com.
Lauren Conrad Beauty by Lauren Conrad. The Hills alum-turned-wellness-blogger has launched an ethically sourced, clean makeup line — and it’s one of the few brands to feature packaging that’s fully recyclable. Conrad’s eponymous line includes a liquid eyeliner, lipstick — with a single-component tube — lip gloss, lip and cheek tint and liquid highlighter. Products are available at LaurenConradBeauty.com and Kohl’s.
Rare Beauty by Selena Gomez. To the excitement of her 186 million followers on Instagram, Gomez recently announced her upcoming beauty line will launch at Sephora and RareBeauty.com on Sept. 3rd. Rare Beauty — named alongside her latest album, Rare — is expected to contain 48 shades of foundation and concealer that let the wearer’s natural beauty shine through.
This list is by no means exhaustive. Check back here as we add more celebrity beauty collabs as they’re announced.
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