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If you’ve been following this blog for the past couple of years, you know that I have slowly transitioned to cruelty-free makeup and skincare. When I think of gifts for makeup-loving friends and family, I tend to stick to cruelty-free as well. Today I’m sharing the products that are on my radar/wish list this year in hopes of inspiring some holiday gift ideas! Some of these are popular items that I STILL haven’t tried.
- TATCHA 4-Piece Discover Set: I would love to try out this brand. I have heard rave reviews and the packaging speaks to me. I also found a $27 bestsellers mini set with different products, including the dewy skin mist, at J.C. Penney online, but it’s currently sold out.
- Tarte Shape Tape: Can you believe I still haven’t tried this? I have been trying drugstore concealers and haven’t allowed myself to buy more than one concealing product at a time. I’m hoping I get a gift card to use toward buying this. *hint, hint*
- Hourglass Vanish Seamless Finish Foundation Stick: I used to use only high-end foundation, but for the past two years I’ve only used drugstore. Every single person I have seen use this looks flawless, and I really want to try it!
- Bite Beauty Amuse Bouche Liquified Lip Set: I had my eye on a Bite Beauty set last year but never took the plunge. Perhaps I shall treat myself to this set over the holidays.
- Anastasia Beverly Hills Blush Trio: A favorite Youtuber I watch loves this set, and every time I see it I think about how pretty it looks. I am almost out of the blushes I am trying to use up, and I would love to replace them with a blush palette. I’d be set for a long time! I think the coral in this ABH set is gorgeous!
- Tarte Limited Edited Blush Bazaar Amazonian Clay Blush Palette: With this set I would good for a looong time. I would have every blush color I could ever want or need and it might be good for travel. Also, the packaging is so pretty!
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Note: When it comes to cruelty-free brands, it’s best to do your own research regarding animal testing and decide for yourself which brands you want to support. Some cruelty-free brands are owned by larger companies that might not be cruelty-free.