Animal testing is cruel, useless, ineffective, and not even required by law in the U.S. That’s why tons of companies, including the false-eyelash brands below, have made the compassionate decision to be cruelty-free and refuse to sell their products in China, where animal testing is required by law.?

Animal testing isn’t the only thing you have to watch out for when buying eyelashes, though. Some are made from fur, which also means that an animal had to die for them. WTF. But don’t worry! Whether you wear false eyelashes on the regular or just want them for a special occasion, you can be sure that the falsies from the following brands are 100 percent cruelty-free and fur-free:


Fridays were meant for treating yourself to your favorite #Ardell lashes! ❤️ Shoutout to @iwantalexx!

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Nu VIL jeg lære at tage vipper på! ? #elf #elfeyelashes #veganmakeup #noanimalsharmed #elfmakeup

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Manic Panic


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"This is what dreams are made of – 12 pairs of #sugarpill falsies!" – @chrissasparkles ?

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Urban Decay

Prepping our lash stash. #BeautyWithAnEdge #UrbanDecay

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wet n wild (Fantasy Makers)

Help animals! Always shop cruelty-free and fur-free. 

To test cosmetics products or their ingredients, experimenters keep animals in barren cages and rub chemicals onto their raw skin or drip harsh substances into their eyes, causing extreme pain, tissue damage, burning, swelling, and sometimes even blindness. These experiments are typically done without any pain medication. And after the horrific tests are performed, the animals are killed.? Every dollar spent on products made by brands that test on animals supports their suffering. Never buy from companies that test on animals—even if they claim to only test “where required by law”—and tell your friends about the cruelty of animal testing, too!



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