17 April 2014

#BNCproject: My Cruelty-Free Wishlist | Beauty

Hi guys! For my fourth #BNCproject post, I have compiled a wishlist of cruelty-free products that I'd love to add to my collection!
1. theBalm What's Your Type? Mascara, £13.50
I'm after a new everyday mascara and this one sounds like just what I'm looking for! This is specially formulated with Panthenol, Olive Wax and Rice Wax.
2. Amie Bright Eyes Gentle Eye Make-Up Remover, £4.95
I want to replace my current eye make-up remover (Simple Kind To Eyes Eye Make-Up Remover) as it's too watery and I don't find it gentle enough for me. This one from Amie sounds perfect; natural coconut-based cleansers remove make-up effortlessly and gently, Meadow Cornflower soothes and decongests, while grape water cleanses and cucumber cools, soothes and hydrates.
3. tarte Maracuja C-Brightener Eye Treatment, £29
I'd like to find a replacement for my current eye treatment (Avon Anew Clinical Eye Lift PRO) and this one sounds lovely, although it is expensive as it's RRP is $38 (£22.72). Tarte don't currently ship to the UK, but I'm hoping they will soon as QVC recently launched some of their range (and hacked up the prices!). This eye cream uses rice bran, mango, coconut, maracuja oil, vitamin C and enhanced botanicals to firm, brighten, refresh and renew the delicate eye area.
4. Butter London Nail Lacquer in Teddy Girl, £12
I need a pastel pink nail colour for Spring/Summer and I've fallen in love with this pretty one!
5. Neal's Yard Midnight Mineral Eye Liner, £9.50
There's a cruelty-free eye liner hole in my make-up bag and I'd like to fill it with this one from Neal's Yard. They are the first eye liners to be certified by the Soil Association. The formula is smooth and should give lasting colour. These are formulated with natural mineral colours, antioxidant white tea, conditioning sunflower, organic beeswax and organic botanical extracts. This is all encased in FSC certified wood. These eye liners are talc, mineral oil and paraben free.
6. The Body Shop Chocomania Lip Butter, £4
What's not to love about smearing chocolate on your lips? This lip butter contains real cocoa butter and should melt onto your lips for a hit of instant hydration and chocolate flavour.
7. Barry M Ultra Moisturising Lip Paint in Coral Blush, £4.49
I would like to add to my lipstick collection as I literally have two at the moment. I'm not 100% decided on which shade but I'd like to try one of these Barry M Lip Paints. This Coral Blush shade looks great for Spring/Summer.
8. Montagne Jeunesse Black Seaweed Peel Off Masque, £1
I think I'd like to literally buy one of every item from Montagne Jeunesse! But one of the products that have caught my eye the most is this peel-off face mask with chopped Laver Seaweed which is from the Welsh seaside and crushed Buckthorn berries. This mask is designed to detox and cleanse your skin, peeling off dirt and grease. I've actually never tried a peel-off mask so I can't wait to buy this! Oh, and did I mention that their products are dirt-cheap?!
9. LUSH Prince Shaving Cream, £5.75
I'm terrible for not bothering with shaving cream but I really want a luxurious-feeling one and this Prince cream sounds like just the ticket! This nourishing shaving cream contains witch hazel extract to constrict pores, helping to lift hairs for a closer shave. Linseed mucilage protects skin, rose water calms the skin. And best of all, this cream has an orange blossom scent!
10. Montagne Jeunesse De-Clog Nose Pore Strips, £1.49
I've wanted to try nose pore strips for ages so I'm really looking forward to trying these. These strips contain natural citrus to draw out deep-rooted impurities to give cleaner, less visible pores on and around the nose.
I'd love to hear your thoughts on any of these items if you've tried them yourself!

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  1. Fabulous wish list! I need to try out those masks!

  2. thejollyfashionista17 April 2014 at 15:32

    Thanks, Signe! I can't wait to try them, I've heard lots of good things about their products. :) xxx


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