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Their cosmetics, mainly. I usually stick to cheaper vegan friendly lines like E.L.F. and Everyday Minerals, Urban Decay, etc. I dont wear much makeup but I have quite a bit. I'm trying to add lip color to my routine. (It's not much of a routine, I just use a bit of mineral foundation sometimes and use clear gel mascara) I'm apprehensive because I have full lips but I'm gonna give a few tries until I get it right.<br><br>
Anyway, I'm interested in trying BWC mascara and moisturizing lipsticks. Are they any good? I was also thinking of trying their moisturizer for oily skin and their conditioners at some point.<br><br>
I just want some opinions because theyre kind of expensive.<br><br>
Just curious, is aloe vera gel too harsh for lashes? Im using a very old tube of clear gel mascara and its almost gone. I thought of trying aloe vera gel when im done
 

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I use Beauty Without Cruelty I buy its from their webstore or from UltraGlow website<br><br>
Its not expensive in my opinion, compared to say Urban Decay.<br>
I am in the process of ordering some lipstick so I can help you on that but Ive had their pressed and loose powders which were both amazing, perfect soft natural converage.<br>
They are my go to brand now.
 

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I agree about it being not expensive compared to urban decay and similar. A foundation in urban decay is about £20+, but BWC foundation is about £5???<br><br>
I have had bad experienced with them, their powders were fine/average but their foundation gave me horrible skin, and I ordered 3 or 4 things and wasn't impressed enough with any of them to buy again - when I can get similar quality products on the highstreet without ordering online. To give you a fair picture, the VAST majority of foundations I've tried have given me horrible skin, as my skin seems to be hypersensitive! If I could buy them instore so I could see the colours, I'd buy lipsticks and other products hard to find vegan and that don't affect my skin, especially as they're inexpensive.<br><br>
I wouldn't have called them a quality line at all, but then my experience was about three years ago, maybe they've changed since then. I have limited experience of both brands but I'd say based on what I've bought urban decay is far more quality than BWC.
 

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I think the BWC products are quite reasonable in price although I have only tried the blusher and lipsticks. I think Urban Decay are superior though.<img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/images/smilies/smiley.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title=":)">
 
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