Behind the scenes: Cruelty-free makeup and skincare at our November shoot

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Which cruelty-free makeup and skincare products put a shine on the latest issue’s fashion spread?

In the November issue of the magazine, the creative team behind the fashion shoot put together an entirely sustainable spread. Hoping to conduct a shoot that was ethically and consciously created, everything from hair to shoe was carefully chosen.

Onset, makeup artist Polina Perminova used cruelty-free makeup brands, to ensure an ethically gorgeous finish for each look the team created. This didn’t rule out creativity or bold looks, with the animal-friendly products complimenting the gorgeous model perfectly.

Cosmetics used

Brushes
Spectrum Collections,
Co Artistry Tools

Skincare
Simple Skincare,
Garnier,
Good Molecules,
Mario Badescu Skincare,
B3 Balm

Makeup
Smashbox Cosmetics,
Danessa Myricks Beauty,
Hourglass,
Charlotte Tilbury,
Urban Decay,
Kevyn Aucoin,
Eve Pearl

Take a look at some stand-out, cruelty-free products by the featured brands:

Hourglass Vanish Airbrush concealer

This weightless, full-coverage concealer comes in 34 shades. It promises to blur and brighten for 16 hours, and a little bit goes a long way. The concealer seamlessly blends on its own or under foundation and the rest of your look. Prices from €17.

B3 Matte lip balm

Give your lips a little more love this season with B3’s lip balm. The hyper-hydrating balm is formulated using healing ingredients and will soothe lips. It’s matte, but won’t matte-ify your lips or leave them flaky. You can also use the balm for cuticles, hands, or a dry skin moisturiser. €15.95.

Spectrum 10-piece essential set

A staple for anyone’s makeup kit, whether you’re a novice or an expert. The set includes every brush you need to create a flawless base and gorgeous accents. Every Spectrum brush is vegan and cruelty-free, made with quality synthetic hair that is soft and effective for application. The set costs €56.

Team credits

Photographer: Martin O’Neill

Stylist: Anne O’Shea @morgantheagency

Model: Clara McSweeney @NotAnotherAgency

Makeup: Polina Perminova @NotAnother Agency

Hair: Jake Ryan @jakeryan_hair

Set Assistant: Conor Keogh

Studio: Studio 10, Wicklow Street