We are in the season of gift giving and it is a really key time to look into sustainable brands to go too as an alternative to the regular high street stores. I will admit, this was a bit tricky, as some of the brands out there, can be a bit out of budget for many of us but I managed to track down three cruelty free brands on my list to try.
I came across this brand thanks to my friend Chyaz. She posted about them on her Instagram Page and I went to check them out. I was incredibly surprised to see how affordable the shoes were. They cater to everyone. They have a quirky aesthetic but regardless of weather you like platform trainers or a sparkly heel, there is something for you. The next time I purchase a pair of shoes, it will be coming from Koi.
Wet & Wild
If you are looking for a cruelty free affordable make up brand which covers you in terms of base, eyes and lip products, this is the place to look. A lot of the products are completely vegan and the whole line is cruelty free. They recently made their way to the UK and I cannot tell you how happy this makes me. I have heard nothing but good things about their products so cannot wait to delve into the brands.
The Kind Store
If you are looking for a gift or looking for suitable sustainable substitutes, The Kind Store, has everything from pieces for your kitchen, beauty products and the things you need on the go like reusable cups ect. The prices of the items do vary but it is a good place to start looking as it has a bit of everything.
If you are interested in finding out why people are talking more about why we should be more ethical when it comes to the shopping we make, I have a blogpost coming up about different documentaries which you may find interesting.