Issue 109

Monthly newspaper and online publication targeting 18 to 35 year olds. The ultimate guide to the hottest parties, going out and having fun. Music, fashion, film, travel, festivals, technology, comedy, and parties! London, Barcelona, Miami and Ibiza.

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At a time where environmental concerns are no longer just an issue but a global duty, individuals should be more and more committed to buying from brands that offer transparency and traceability for their products. To help you start on your ethical cosmetic journey, here are 4 cruelty-free makeup brands you can try today: Kat Von D Created by tattoo artist Kat Von D - the eponymous brand is renowned for offering long-lasting products with intense pigments, whose coverage is total. Liquid lipsticks, contouring and eyeshadow palettes, eyeliners, complexion correctors or foundation are guaranteed cruelty-free and vegan- friendly. Too Faced Too faced has everything to seduce you, in addition to its cute, glamorous and sweetened packaging it offers a selection of vegan-friendly products. Tarte The range of Tarte Cosmetics, guarantee "paraben free", "without mineral oil" and "without cruelty" makeup. It offers a universe filled with sequins and palettes decorated with leopard or graphic prints of different colours. ELF Elf ( for "eyes, lips, face" ) is one of the cosmetic brands to position itself against products containing ingredients derived from animals. It offers ranges of makeup at a low cost. All these cruelty-free brands prove that just like vegetarian or vegan diets, going green doesn't have to be boring! 14 ISSUE 109 / 2018 FASHION The beauty industry is flourishing, each year new cosmetic brands emerge but what is a good cosmetic brand? Some people would say it is the price but, is it right to say that the more expensive a brand is, the better it is for you? CRUELTY-FREE MAKEUP: A BOOMING INDUSTRY

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