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Celebrate World Vegan Day With Us!

November 1 is World Vegan Day, which kicks off Vegan Month. It helps promote veganism and its positive effects on people, animals, and the environment.

 

The History

The Vegan Society created the first World Vegan Day on November 1, 1944, to celebrate the organization’s 50th anniversary. This society first coined the term vegan in its inception, but the ideas of veganism have deep roots.

 

Before “veganism,” people used “vegetarian” in the 1830s as a catch-all for anyone who primarily ate raw foods and no animal products. In 1847, the Vegetarian Society formed and changed the term “vegetarian” to include the consumption of dairy and eggs, but not every vegetarian agreed with this definition.

 

Discussions were held throughout the early 1900s on whether vegetarians should eat eggs and dairy. The Vegan Society was created in 1944 to create a distinction between those who did and those who did not. As veganism was created out of vegetarianism, it borrow its first four letters and was named by the Vegan Society’s founding members.

 

Today, there is an estimated 79 million vegans in the world. There are many reasons people choose to live a vegan lifestyle, whether it’s for animal rights, saving the environment, or simply for dietary benefits.

 

It takes roughly 12 pounds of crops and 2,500 gallons of water to produce one pound of beef, according to earthsave.org. It’s not just about food, though. Vegans aim to not exploit animals in any way, including in their hair products, makeup, clothes, and more.

 

What Can I Do?

Whether you want to participate in World Vegan Day, try a week-long challenge, continue through Vegan Month, or even adapt to a fully vegan lifestyle, there are plenty of vegan options, substitutions, and creations available nowadays.

 

Many towns and cities around the world have events on World Vegan Day, including holding potlucks, setting up stalls to sell vegan goods, or even planting new trees. If your local community doesn’t have anything planned, however, you can still make the most of the day.

 

Veganism and cruelty-free ideals go hand-in-hand. On World Vegan Day, be kind to the animals around you and try to only eat, buy, and use vegan products: Test out a new vegan recipe, carpool or bike to work, or replace your empty products with vegan alternatives. To make this easier, we want to share some of our favorite vegan and cruelty-free beauty brands.

 

100% Vegan and Cruelty-Free Brands

While you can search for vegan products on our website, we also went through and found brands that sell completely vegan and cruelty-free items.

 

Makeup

Aether Beauty

Arches and Halos

Au Naturale

Cover FX

e.l.f. Cosmetics

INIKA Organic

Lime Crime

Pacifica

KVD Vegan Beauty, Formerly Kat Von D Beauty

Hourglass

 

Makeup Brushes and Tools

Ecotools

Au Naturale

Cover FX

Delilah

e.l.f. Cosmetics

INIKA Organic

Lime Crime

Real Techniques

 

Skincare

Aesop

Cover FX

Derma E

e.l.f. Cosmetics

Hempz

INIKA Organic

Kypris

Pacifica

SKIN&CO

Skyn Iceland

StackedSkincare

 

Bath & Body

Aesop

Derma E

Hempz

Loving Tan

Pacifica

SKIN&CO

 

Hair

ABBA

Aesop

Derma E

Hempz

IGK

Lime Crime

Olaplex

Pacifica

R+Co

 

Fragrance

Aesop

CLEAN

 

Nails

ORLY

 

More Vegan Options

While it’s great to order from brands that produce only vegan and cruelty-free goods, we understand that isn’t always an option. These are brands that may not produce all vegan products, but do have a lot of vegan options in their lines. We also mention anything notable about why the brand on this list isn’t 100% vegan.

 

Makeup

Ardell lashes

The lashes are vegan, but it’s hard to tell which makeup products are vegan.

BH Cosmetics

All the products are cruelty-free, and some have vegan formulas.

Catrice

All the products are cruelty-free, and some have vegan formulas.

Colourpop

Some of the products are vegan, others are not.

CoverGirl

CoverGirl was Leaping Bunny certified cruelty-free in 2018, but it’s owned by Coty, a parent corporation that still tests on animals (when required to by law). Some of the products are vegan, others are not.

Eylure

The lashes are vegan.

Flower Beauty

All the products are cruelty-free, and some have vegan formulas.

LA Girl

Some products are vegan while others are not. The brand is cruelty-free, but it does sell some animal hair brushes.

Lottie London

All the products are cruelty-free, and some have vegan formulas.

Milani

All the products are cruelty-free, and some have vegan formulas.

Mineral Fusion

Some products are vegan while others are not. The brand is cruelty-free, but it does sell some animal hair brushes.

NYX Cosmetics

NYX is cruelty-free, but it’s owned by L’Oreal, a parent corporation that still tests on animals. Some of the products are vegan, others are not.

Pixi Beauty

All the products are cruelty-free, and some have vegan formulas.

TheBalm

All the products are cruelty-free, and some have vegan formulas.

Winky Lux

All the products are cruelty-free, and some have vegan formulas.

 

Skincare

Caudalie

Some products are vegan, others are not.

The Ordinary

This brand is 100% vegan and cruelty-free, but it’s owned by Estee Lauder, a parent corporation that still tests on animals.

Sol De Janeiro

All the products are vegan except for the Brazilian Kiss Cupuaçu Lip Butters because they contain beeswax.

Dr. Dennis Gross

All the products are cruelty-free, and some have vegan formulas.

 

Hair

All of these brands are 100% cruelty-free and have some vegan products.

Jason

AG Hair

John Masters Organics

alba Botanica

Amika

Living Proof

This brand is cruelty-free, but it’s owned by Unilever, a parent corporation that still tests on animals.

Avalon Organics

Aveda

This brand is cruelty-free, but it’s owned by Estee Lauder, a parent corporation that still tests on animals.

Not Your Mother’s

Ouai

Ouidad

Paul Mitchell

Pureology

This brand is cruelty-free, but it’s owned by L’Oreal, a parent corporation that still tests on animals.

DevaCurl

This brand is cruelty-free, but it’s owned by Henkel, a parent corporation that still tests on animals.

Drybar

Sachajaun

Every Man Jack

Evolvh

The Body Shop

Hask

 

Nails

These brands have vegan nail polishes, but other products may not be vegan.

Mavala

Butter London

China Glaze

Ciate London

Deborah Lippmann

Londontown

Zoya

 

For questions, concerns, or article ideas, feel free to reach out to our eCosmetics Beauty Editor directly at [email protected]

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Celebrate World Vegan Day With Us!

November 1 is World Vegan Day, which kicks off Vegan Month. It helps promote veganism and its positive effects on people, animals, and the environment.

 

The History

The Vegan Society created the first World Vegan Day on November 1, 1944, to celebrate the organization’s 50th anniversary. This society first coined the term vegan in its inception, but the ideas of veganism have deep roots.

 

Before “veganism,” people used “vegetarian” in the 1830s as a catch-all for anyone who primarily ate raw foods and no animal products. In 1847, the Vegetarian Society formed and changed the term “vegetarian” to include the consumption of dairy and eggs, but not every vegetarian agreed with this definition.

 

Discussions were held throughout the early 1900s on whether vegetarians should eat eggs and dairy. The Vegan Society was created in 1944 to create a distinction between those who did and those who did not. As veganism was created out of vegetarianism, it borrow its first four letters and was named by the Vegan Society’s founding members.

 

Today, there is an estimated 79 million vegans in the world. There are many reasons people choose to live a vegan lifestyle, whether it’s for animal rights, saving the environment, or simply for dietary benefits.

 

It takes roughly 12 pounds of crops and 2,500 gallons of water to produce one pound of beef, according to earthsave.org. It’s not just about food, though. Vegans aim to not exploit animals in any way, including in their hair products, makeup, clothes, and more.

 

What Can I Do?

Whether you want to participate in World Vegan Day, try a week-long challenge, continue through Vegan Month, or even adapt to a fully vegan lifestyle, there are plenty of vegan options, substitutions, and creations available nowadays.

 

Many towns and cities around the world have events on World Vegan Day, including holding potlucks, setting up stalls to sell vegan goods, or even planting new trees. If your local community doesn’t have anything planned, however, you can still make the most of the day.

 

Veganism and cruelty-free ideals go hand-in-hand. On World Vegan Day, be kind to the animals around you and try to only eat, buy, and use vegan products: Test out a new vegan recipe, carpool or bike to work, or replace your empty products with vegan alternatives. To make this easier, we want to share some of our favorite vegan and cruelty-free beauty brands.

 

100% Vegan and Cruelty-Free Brands

While you can search for vegan products on our website, we also went through and found brands that sell completely vegan and cruelty-free items.

 

Makeup

Aether Beauty

Arches and Halos

Au Naturale

Cover FX

e.l.f. Cosmetics

INIKA Organic

Lime Crime

Pacifica

KVD Vegan Beauty, Formerly Kat Von D Beauty

Hourglass

 

Makeup Brushes and Tools

Ecotools

Au Naturale

Cover FX

Delilah

e.l.f. Cosmetics

INIKA Organic

Lime Crime

Real Techniques

 

Skincare

Aesop

Cover FX

Derma E

e.l.f. Cosmetics

Hempz

INIKA Organic

Kypris

Pacifica

SKIN&CO

Skyn Iceland

StackedSkincare

 

Bath & Body

Aesop

Derma E

Hempz

Loving Tan

Pacifica

SKIN&CO

 

Hair

ABBA

Aesop

Derma E

Hempz

IGK

Lime Crime

Olaplex

Pacifica

R+Co

 

Fragrance

Aesop

CLEAN

 

Nails

ORLY

 

More Vegan Options

While it’s great to order from brands that produce only vegan and cruelty-free goods, we understand that isn’t always an option. These are brands that may not produce all vegan products, but do have a lot of vegan options in their lines. We also mention anything notable about why the brand on this list isn’t 100% vegan.

 

Makeup

Ardell lashes

The lashes are vegan, but it’s hard to tell which makeup products are vegan.

BH Cosmetics

All the products are cruelty-free, and some have vegan formulas.

Catrice

All the products are cruelty-free, and some have vegan formulas.

Colourpop

Some of the products are vegan, others are not.

CoverGirl

CoverGirl was Leaping Bunny certified cruelty-free in 2018, but it’s owned by Coty, a parent corporation that still tests on animals (when required to by law). Some of the products are vegan, others are not.

Eylure

The lashes are vegan.

Flower Beauty

All the products are cruelty-free, and some have vegan formulas.

LA Girl

Some products are vegan while others are not. The brand is cruelty-free, but it does sell some animal hair brushes.

Lottie London

All the products are cruelty-free, and some have vegan formulas.

Milani

All the products are cruelty-free, and some have vegan formulas.

Mineral Fusion

Some products are vegan while others are not. The brand is cruelty-free, but it does sell some animal hair brushes.

NYX Cosmetics

NYX is cruelty-free, but it’s owned by L’Oreal, a parent corporation that still tests on animals. Some of the products are vegan, others are not.

Pixi Beauty

All the products are cruelty-free, and some have vegan formulas.

TheBalm

All the products are cruelty-free, and some have vegan formulas.

Winky Lux

All the products are cruelty-free, and some have vegan formulas.

 

Skincare

Caudalie

Some products are vegan, others are not.

The Ordinary

This brand is 100% vegan and cruelty-free, but it’s owned by Estee Lauder, a parent corporation that still tests on animals.

Sol De Janeiro

All the products are vegan except for the Brazilian Kiss Cupuaçu Lip Butters because they contain beeswax.

Dr. Dennis Gross

All the products are cruelty-free, and some have vegan formulas.

 

Hair

All of these brands are 100% cruelty-free and have some vegan products.

Jason

AG Hair

John Masters Organics

alba Botanica

Amika

Living Proof

This brand is cruelty-free, but it’s owned by Unilever, a parent corporation that still tests on animals.

Avalon Organics

Aveda

This brand is cruelty-free, but it’s owned by Estee Lauder, a parent corporation that still tests on animals.

Not Your Mother’s

Ouai

Ouidad

Paul Mitchell

Pureology

This brand is cruelty-free, but it’s owned by L’Oreal, a parent corporation that still tests on animals.

DevaCurl

This brand is cruelty-free, but it’s owned by Henkel, a parent corporation that still tests on animals.

Drybar

Sachajaun

Every Man Jack

Evolvh

The Body Shop

Hask

 

Nails

These brands have vegan nail polishes, but other products may not be vegan.

Mavala

Butter London

China Glaze

Ciate London

Deborah Lippmann

Londontown

Zoya

 

For questions, concerns, or article ideas, feel free to reach out to our eCosmetics Beauty Editor directly at [email protected]