Vegan Mascara Guide for Kind & Lucious Lashes

Vegan Mascara Guide for Kind & Lucious Lashes

Let’s talk lashes. I think it’s pretty obvious that a stellar mascara is any woman’s BFF. Seriously, no one product can make your eyes pop and transform your face from ho-hum to HELLO quite like a kickass mascara can. It’s pretty much the holy grail of cosmetics. But is your mascara vegan? 

Did you say Bee Barf?

While we all want beautiful lush lashes, finding a vegan mascara that’s a perfect fit can be a bit tricky. Whether you’re looking for a formula that’s lengthening, strengthening, volumizing, or waterproof, I think we can all agree that we’d happily pass on formulas that clump, flake, smudge, and/or contain bee barf.

Say what!? You heard correctly, bee barf (aka beeswax – yep, bees drink flower nectar and then puke it up and swap it back and forth to create this crazy ish – HAWT). Unfortunately, it’s an ingredient in most conventional mascaras used to help coat, lengthen, and stiffen the lashes. WOMP.

Thank Godzilla, though, that there are killer substitute ingredients out there like synthetic beeswax and carnauba wax that pull off the same effect.

It’s a great time to be vegan and to have amazing lashes! New options are coming to the market every day and we couldn’t be more excited, right?

Vegan Mascara Brands 

The following brands carry cruelty-free vegan mascara options. Please check the ingredients as some brands have vegan and non-vegan options. 

  • Arbonne
  • Ecco Bella
  • Elate Cosmetics
  • e.l.f.
  • Gabriel Cosmetics
  • INIKA Organics
  • Juice Beauty
  • Kat Von D
  • Lavera
  • Lily Lolo
  • LUSH
  • Milani
  • Pacifica
  • PUR
  • Suncoat
  • Tarte
  • Too Faced
  • Zuzu Luxe

What’s your favorite cruelty-free and vegan mascara? Let us know in the comments below!

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This vegan mascara article was written by Sunny Subramanian from Vegan Beauty Review and edited by Michelle Cehn. Please note that this article may contain affiliate links which supports our work at World of Vegan.

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