This €14.10 lipstick is the ultimate VEGAN lippie to try this Veganuary

I mentioned this lipstick in my recent article about the best products of 2017, but I love it so much that I’m mentioning it again. If you are looking for a highly-pigmented and vegan alternative to the likes of MAC, Yves Saint Laurent or Bobbi Brown, Lippy Girl is the brand to try!

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Founded by ex-model Darcey Diehl in Canada, the lipstick brand won Best Lipstick in the Clean Beauty Awards in 2017 for its all-natural ingredients, eco-friendly priority and its thirteen beautiful shades. The brand’s newest shade, Goddess, is to-die-for; the colour is a rich, deep plum lipstick inspired by red wine and berries, with a touch of shimmer to really plump up your pout. The colour suits all skin tones and looks gorgeous with both light makeup and a dark, sultry smokey eye.

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What makes Lippy Girl as a brand stand out is that it’s 100% vegan. Most lipsticks on the market are partially made with beeswax, but you can rest assured that this brand keeps their promise. The main ingredients in these lipsticks are:

Organic, wild-crafted natural oils and waxes
Natural mineral pigments
Certified organic Castor Seed Oil
Certified organic Jojoba Seed Oil
Certified Carnauba Wax
Certified Organic Shea Butter

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All of the lipsticks are also lead-free, bee-free, gluten-free and chemical-free!

These ingredients moisturise the lips without polluting them, and are suitable for everyone of all ages. They don’t bleed either, so you can go about your day with a pigmented pout with nothing to worry about!

Lippy Girl Snog Me Lipstick - High ResLippy Girl Vegocentric Lipsticks are available for €14.10 at http://www.botanicalbrands.com

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Flawless and Pawless is Ireland's cruelty-free cosmetic blog created by 23 year-old cosmetic expert, Ailsha Davey. With eight years working in the beauty industry in Dublin as a professional make-up artist and cosmetic expert, Ailsha discovered some of the horrors of cosmetic animal testing- and the lack of knowledge within the Irish market about it. Flawless and Pawless has been set up to spread awareness across Ireland of cosmetic animal testing, as well as to provide suggestions for cruelty-free alternatives to the Irish market's favourite cosmetic products.

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