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This article is written by a student writer from the Her Campus at U Conn chapter.

Clean makeup is better for your skin and the environment. Below, I compiled a list of makeup and skincare products from leading brands like Well People (vegan, non-toxic, sustainable, infused with plant-based ingredients) and Juice Beauty (organic, sustainable). Each product was tested multiple times for consistency.

1) Supernatural Stick Multi-Use Blush: 10/10

Starting with Well People, this creamy stick is truly amazing. I’ve used it as blush, eyeshadow, and tinted lip balm. With six different shades to choose from, this stick is vibrant and lasts all day. 

2) Expressionist Pro Mascara: 8.5/10

I’m really picky about mascara. I don’t want it to clump, and I need it to last through intense workouts at the gym without fallout or “raccoon eyes.” This mascara is not the most lengthening one I’ve ever tried, but I experienced zero clumping or fallout after my workout.

3) Super Natural Stick Bronzer: 10/10

Just like the stick blush, this creamy bronzer is a need! Super pigmented, easy to blend, and lasts all day. It’s the best stick bronzer I’ve tried.

4) Dew Your Makeup Mist: 10/10

This setting spray smells much better than the popular Morphe setting sprays. It feels refreshing on your skin and keeps your makeup locked in all day. 

5) Fresh Lines Eye Pencil: 10/10

Seriously, I can’t get enough of the brand Well People. I tried the brown shade and it applied much smoother than the eyeshadow-as-eyeliner method I usually use. It lasts for hours.

6) Stem Cellular Anti-Wrinkle Moisturizer: 10/10

Moving on to Juice Beauty, this moisturizer felt absolutely amazing on my skin. It also helps me feel awake in the morning. It’s definitely worth the price and it comes in a large size.

7) oil-free moisturizer: 9/10

For a cheaper alternative to the moisturizer above, try this one! It is recommended for people with oily skin, but it works well on my normal-to-dry skin as well.


I rated this cream eyeshadow stick a little lower than the other Juice Beauty products. While the shade I tried (Stone) was very pretty and applied smoothly, I’d rather use an eyeshadow pallet with multiple color options.

9) Lash Blast Clean Volume Mascara: 7/10

Covergirl is cruelty-free, and they recently released a vegan collection.

I’ll be honest, this isn’t my favorite mascara. After sweating a lot while working out, I noticed fallout under my eyes, so I probably won’t buy it again. But if you are just looking for a clean mascara to last during classes or at work, this is perfect for you. It doesn’t clump and only costs $7 on Amazon. 

Chloé Hummel is the President and Editor-in-Chief of Her Campus UConn. Chloé enjoys writing articles that help advance the goals of intersectional feminism. She also works as a marketing assistant for Globe Pequot Press in Essex, CT. In her spare time, Chloé enjoys yoga, pilates, and reading fantasy books. She is a passionate vegan, a 70s music enthusiast, and a poor piano player.