Coco: What's in My (Vegan) Bag?

Posted by  peta2 staff

I’ve always loved the idea of purses. When I was little, I really wanted to carry a purse, but I wasn’t sure what to put in it, so I just filled it with candy. Now, my purse is often still full of candy, but it’s also stocked up with a ton of other goodies—like books, journals, and cruelty-free makeup! Check it out:

What's in My (Vegan) Bag?

  1. Every Love Story Is a Ghost Story: A Life of David Foster Wallace by D.T. Max.: David Foster Wallace is one of my all-time favorite authors. If you haven’t read his essay “Consider the Lobster,” go do so immediately.
  2. Beavis and Butt-head wallet by Dynomighty
  3. Pen: Anyone else get super-stoked about writing utensils? No? Just me? All right.
  4. Flash drive
  5. (Not a) Nugget keychain: Find more cute accessories in the PETA Catalog!
  6. iPhone (personally bedazzled)
  7. Notebook: For deep thoughts, grocery lists, and drawings of my cat.
  8. Glasses: I don’t wear these nearly as often as I should, which has resulted in lots of squinting and thinking that people are waving at me when they are, in fact, not.
  9. Scrunchie: A lot more fun than your average hair tie. Don’t hate.
  10. Lipsurgence Natural Matte Lip Tint by Tarte: Tarte is another cruelty-free company that I love, and some of its products are vegan. This tint is really hydrating and refreshing.
  11. Lip Tar by Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics: Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics is an all-vegan and cruelty-free company, and its lip tar comes in the most fun colors ever. This stuff is INTENSE—a tiny dot goes a really, really long way.
  12. Wet n Wild MegaLast Lip Color: Wet n Wild is everywhere, super-affordable, and cruelty-free!
  13. Dermalogica Active Moist: Dermalogica is awesome. This company never tests on animals, and many of its products are vegan. This moisturizer is nice and light, and it never leaves your skin feeling oily.

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  • Profile photo of cutiekinnsismycatfriend

    875 days ago

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    I’m just wondering, are the stuff not tested on animals tested on humans? I mean it sounds obvious that it is because it’s the only answer left, but is it?