The Cruelty-Free Beauty Look

Stella McCartney’s autumn/winter17 show was everything the modern woman stands for; independent, intellectual and empowered. This woman represents a swiftly growing segment of the market that is slowly but surely opting for products and goods that are cruelty-free. Here, we look to the best in beauty to help achieve the glowing sun-kissed look from the runway at no cost to our fuzzy friends. 

Stella McCartney Autumn/Winter17

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Stella McCartney Autumn/Winter17

Face Atelier. This ultra sheer foundation has a silicone base, which allows it to float on your skin while proving an illuminating glow. It also has a variety of multifunctional uses such as doubling as a highlighter, bronzer and blusher. The brand also received its official certification by PETA as an anti-animal testing product shortly after its launch.

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Face Atelier. This ultra sheer foundation has a silicone base, which allows it to float on your skin while proving an illuminating glow. It also has a variety of multifunctional uses such as doubling as a highlighter, bronzer and blusher. The brand also received its official certification by PETA as an anti-animal testing product shortly after its launch.

Nars. Combine with Face Ateliers lightweight foundation for a supremely healthy glow. The bronzing powder brings an all-over warmth that’s embedded with a golden shimmer to the face while its fine texture evens out lines and pores for a smoother complexion. Nars is also one of the three cruelty-free brands owned by Shiseido that do not sell in mainland china, where animal testing is mandatory for cosmetic companies.

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Nars. Combine with Face Ateliers lightweight foundation for a supremely healthy glow. The bronzing powder brings an all-over warmth that’s embedded with a golden shimmer to the face while its fine texture evens out lines and pores for a smoother complexion. Nars is also one of the three cruelty-free brands owned by Shiseido that do not sell in mainland china, where animal testing is mandatory for cosmetic companies.

Charlotte Tilbury. The legendary brows tool kit is an essential for this look. Enriched with elasticising wax and Vitamin E, the rich formula coats every tiny hair so that you have flawlessly defined brows. The brand is not sold in mainland China and adheres to strict policies against animal testing.

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Charlotte Tilbury. The legendary brows tool kit is an essential for this look. Enriched with elasticising wax and Vitamin E, the rich formula coats every tiny hair so that you have flawlessly defined brows. The brand is not sold in mainland China and adheres to strict policies against animal testing.

Kjaer Weis. The Cloud Nine eye shadow by this all-natural makeup company is great for light to medium-dark skin tones and all eye colours. The product is infused with bamboo, which brightens the eye area and acts as a suitable base for all other colours. The company prides itself on creating certified organic non-harmful formulas.

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Kjaer Weis. The Cloud Nine eye shadow by this all-natural makeup company is great for light to medium-dark skin tones and all eye colours. The product is infused with bamboo, which brightens the eye area and acts as a suitable base for all other colours. The company prides itself on creating certified organic non-harmful formulas.

Illamasqua. Glamore in neutral pink is as au naturel as it gets. The long lasting stain finish and rich formula provides hydration while the colour itself suits every skin tone.

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Illamasqua. Glamore in neutral pink is as au naturel as it gets. The long lasting stain finish and rich formula provides hydration while the colour itself suits every skin tone.