Tag: cruelty free

Experiments In K-Beauty: Peach Slices Lip Mask

I get this question on the daily… “Are there any cruelty-free K-beauty brands?” Yes. Peach Slices, which is sold at CVS, is cruelty-free. I actually sent an email to the company to ask them about it. I wish I still had a copy of the email. So tonight I gave the lip mask another chance…

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Love Beauty And Planet: Day 2 Dry Shampoo

Just a quick blurb this morning about this dry shampoo. I don’t really feel it warrants any more details; there is no volume. My hair is the same without it. It still looks on the oily side in person. Also the pink grapefruit scent is so overwhelming. It’s too much for me. However… if you

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First Thoughts: Clionadh Cosmetics Highlighters

Awhile back I went to a Sparkle & Glam Soirée and had a great time with my friend. I’ve finally started playing with some of the goodies from that event like these really beautiful highlighters: “Cermait” is the light shade on the left. “Vesta” is the rose gold shade on the top right in the

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Kani Botanicals: Galaxy Milk Illuminating Beauty Oil

Pretty much the most beautiful oil that I have ever seen. I only needed 2 drops and I was able to strobe my entire face! I still had some left over too! If you have completely oily skin; you may not like this because you’ll probably feel like a greaseball instead of a disco ball

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Los Angeles Pricing

My prices are as follows: Makeup $45 Cosplay Makeup $50+ Each additional half hour (if staying on set) $15 Men’s Makeup/Grooming $30 All products I use are cruelty free. Family and Friends discount available. I accept credit cards, PayPal, and Venmo. Email me at TheMakeupGladiator@outlook.com

My Cruelty-Free Stance

The majority of you that know me personally and professionally know that I eat vegan. You also know that I am a cruelty-free makeup artist and don’t use any brand that sells in countries here animal testing is required. I do, however, use brand who’s parent companies aren’t cruelty-free. Some people disagree with my views.

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