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.
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Mario Badescu Skincare,
Danessa Myricks Beauty,
Take a look at some stand-out, cruelty-free products by the featured brands:
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.
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.
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.
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