Maybe you’re here because you’ve got a loved one that’s vegan and want to get them something special, perhaps you feel like you’ve drawn the short straw by picking the office vegan out of the hat for Secret Santa or maybe you’re just a vegan wondering what to stick on your wishlist this year. Whatever your reason the below guide should help you figure out what a vegan may want for Christmas.
Breathe in, breathe out. Today we’re covering scents.
So what makes perfume non-vegan? Whilst the ingredients can be non-vegan, more frequently the real issue is with the company and it’s policies. If you have a company that tests on animals, or allows others to test on animals (ie if a company sells in China) then it’s not cruelty free.
Don’t worry, I’ll be covering dupes, high street and high end. No more smelling of hemp and asparagus (or whatever it is a vegan stereotype is to smell like).
Last weekend Kensington Olympia hosted the Just V and Love Natural Love You show. I went on the Saturday and had the best time wolfing down free samples and trying out so many new cruelty free, vegan brands. Below I’m going to share my highlights and hopefully convince you to go next year!
Now that we’re in July it feels official – summer is here! Time to dust off our summer dresses and start spending a small fortune on booja-booja ice cream tubs. This hotter weather has been my inspiration for sharing with you my summer essentials.
The SPF Foundation – Lily Lolo Mineral Foundation – £15
This foundation has 18 shades from porcelain to cinnamon which is great for girls very pale through to deep tan, but limiting beyond that. Follow the link and the colour chart on their page is very well thought out to help shoppers avoid ordering the wrong shade. Read more