A Cruelty-Free Makeup Brand You Need To Know About... | Wonderland Makeup



I do love coming across cruelty-free makeup brands which don't break the bank and recently I was sent a few bits from Wonderland Makeup and they are exactly that. Their aim is to bring beauty lovers quality high-end, cruelty-free makeup at an affordable price. Their products and formulas are of the highest standards and in this post, I'm going to share my thoughts about the products I was kindly sent.

Wonderland Nail Polish in Poppie - £6* | Poppie is gorgeous bright pinky-red shade as the name would suggest. It's perfect for right now because I don't wear red nail polishes that often unless I want a pop of red if I'm wearing a plain, boring outfit or something but obviously with Christmas being so close it's the time of the year I do tend to opt for red nails more. I like the brush inside as it's not too thin nor big so it makes application easy and it dries pretty quickly too.

Wonderland Studio Finish Primer - £15* | I was super excited to try this out because even though I do own a fair few primers I'm always on the lookout for new ones to try. What stood out to me most about this primer is the fact that it's oil-free because as you may know if you've been reading my blog for a while I do have oily/combination skin and there's only a handful of oil-based products which I like and agree with my skin. I've really been liking this Primer because it makes my skin feel nice and smooth without the over the top silicone feeling. It's more breathable and watery I would say. You also don't need to use much at all to cover your whole face (and I have a moon-sized face!).

Wonderland Loose Pigment in Ultra Marine - £6.50*| Lastly is the Loose Pigment in Ultra Marine. I'll admit I probably wouldn't have chosen this colour just because I have very blue eyes and I don't think blue and blue go together very well but the product itself is insanely pigmented and nice to work with. I know if I ever need a gorgeous, sparkly blue pigment for anything then I have this. If you're like me and don't like to wear bold colours then you can pick up more everyday colours too which I've already had a nosy at. Some of the ones I've seen and like the look of include - Blossom, Coppertones and Foxy.

You can browse Wonderland Makeup here if you'd like to see these products and other products on offer including mascaras, blushers, glitter and more.

Have you ever tried anything from Wonderland Makeup? If so, let me know your thoughts.


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*PR sample, all opinions are my own

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