Makeup Declutter – Non-Cruelty Free Products

As the end of semester rolled around I decided to do a big clean-up of my room including my makeup. I have decided to get rid of a lot of my old or non-cruelty free makeup products. I am still keeping some that I use regularly, but hopefully over time I will achieve my goal of 100% cruelty free.  For now, these are the products I am decluttering.

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L’oreal Paris  Skin Perfection BB Cream 5 in 1 in Fair: I actually didn’t mind this base product although I think it did clog my pores a bit.

Bourjois Maxi Delight Bronzer in 01: this is too glittery for me.

Models Prefer Mineral Blush in Winter’s End: this is too light for me, which is saying something as I am very fair.

Bourjois Blush in 54 Frosted Rose: this is beautiful and has gone to my mum.

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Revlon Satin in 025 Peacock Lustre

Revlon Matte in 010 Bone

Revlon Satin in 170 Gunmetal

Revlon Satin in 290 Cocoa

I actually quite liked these eyeshadows. They are nice and pigmented. But I have since acquired some cruelty free alternatives like my Urban Decay Naked Basics palette.



Maybelline Full N’Soft Waterproof Mascara: really liked this.

Revlon Soft Kohl in 061 Jet Black

Revlon Soft Kohl in 021 Denim Blue

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NYX Butter Gloss in Peaches and Cream: this is too pink for me. I’m not sure I actually ever wore it.

Bourjois Colour Boost Crayon in Peach on the Beach: again, too pink.

Models Prefer Lipstick in Budapest: this is actually a cruelty free product, but the colour is too light and I never wear it.

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Sally Hansen Hard as Nails

Unknown silver polish

Unknown glitter polish

Fabuluscious Intensive Growth

Essie Splash of Grenadine: this is a great bright purple verging on pink, however I have a very similar colour from a cruelty free nail polish brand.

Essie Tart Deco: I don’t find myself reaching for this very often, I think it is a bit bright for me.


So that is my first makeup declutter of non-cruelty free products that I no longer use and which will either be put in the rubbish or given away to friends and family who will use it.

Thanks so much for reading, Christina xo

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