• It’s time for another favourite cruelty free product roundup and this time it’s Mascaras. I thought it would be quite hard to find decent cruelty free mascaras but I have found quite a few favourites as well as some dupes for more expensive mascaras – which is always a bonus!

    PUR Big Look
    I had never heard of this brand before so I was interested in seeing what this mascara was like and when I heard PUR were cruelty free I held onto it and used it a lot more. The wand is very thick and covers all of my lashes very well. It holds my lashes curl very well and it’s a great size to fit in my make up bag to take with me on the go.

    W7 Absolute Lashes
    This mascara is the perfect dupe for the Benefit They’re Real mascara, so if you don’t want to spend £20 on a mascara definitely try this one out and plus it’s cruelty free.

    Natural Collection Lash Length
    This is probably the cheapest mascara I’ve purchased retailing at £1.99 which is crazy but it’s so good for such an affordable price. It’s definitely long lasting and it’s waterproof so it holds the curl well in your lashes.

    Soap & Glory Thick and Fast Super Volume
    I got this mascara in my ‘The Next Big Thing’ box with Soap & Glory. The wand of this mascara is very thick and is slightly similar to the Pur Minerals Big Look mascara. It coats my lashes really well and lasts a long time. If you are looking for a slightly cheaper version of the Pur Minerals mascara then this one is a good dupe.

    bareMinerals Lash Domination
    This mascara was a free sample with one of my Feel Unique orders hence why it’s so tiny and cute but it’s such a good mascara that I will definitely be picking up a bigger tube. The brush is twisted so it’s perfect for getting a good amount of volume on the lashes for a fluttery look.

    So Susan Flutter
    I received this mascara in a Glossybox and tried it out, it’s actually pretty good. A little on the pricey side and has a similar wand to the Natural Collection Lash Definition mascara so if you want to spend a little more on a mascara like the Natural Collection one then this is a good higher end version. I think this mascara is waterproof and it comes off really well when using my eye make up remover.

    Essence Lash Princess
    This mascara is the perfect dupe for the Benefit Roller Lash mascara so I’d definitely recommend trying this one out if you loved the Roller Lash and want a cheaper cruelty free alternative. I love the shape of the brush on this mascara as it really helps lift every lash for volume and catches every lash so they are all evenly covered.



    What are your favourite mascaras? Have you tried any of these?

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