I've decided to talk more about using cruelty free items. I've been on a mission for about 5 years now and about 95% of everything that comes into this house to use on my face, body, and for cleaning/laundry hasn't been tested on animals. Here are some recent nail care and nail polish purchases I've made.
cruelty free master list because PETA are very strict.
It gets a bit muddy here on out: companies who don't test on animals (like The Body Shop) are totally cruelty free, but sometimes their parent company (in this case L'Oreal) will perform tests on its other products. You draw your own line - I do use Body Shop products, but I wouldn't touch a L'Oreal product with a shitty stick. I totally understand if others choose to boycott an entire group, even its cruelty free sub-companies. If you're a vegan it becomes even more complicated as even some cruelty free companies aren't fully vegan. Once you start caring about things like this you soon realise how complicated it is to have a conscience. I don't judge anyone who's trying to live a kinder life. It all makes a difference.
Anyhow, back to the subject at hand (pardon the pun!) Here are my nails after using the masques. I only waited 10 minutes as well as I'm impatient. You can get Montagne Jeunesse products from supermarkets and chemists like Boots.
Thanks for reading. Leah xoxo
Monday, 10 April 2017
Recent cruelty free nail/nail care purchases
Hi, I'm Leah. I blog about plus size fashion, cruelty free beauty and my life with Fibromyalgia, joint hypermobility disorder and CFS/ME. I live in SE England near the sea with my geeky hubby. I'm obsessed with Jason Momoa, rock and metal music, cats and Netflix. My interests include long romantic walks to the fridge, pissing trolls off by being fat and happy, and being outside in nature. I'm a hippie chick at heart, happiest where the birds sing and I can walk barefoot. I've got depression and anxiety disorder and I'm just trying to live my best life. Don't be a stranger! xoxo