Out of frustration over the availability of organic, earth-friendly and animal friendly cosmetics, Darcey Diehl created Lippy Girl Makeup. Lippy Girl is a Canadian company that focuses on professional quality products that are “ecofriendly, natural, organic, vegetarian and animal friendly.” Not only are the products natural, organic, vegetarian and chemical preservative-free, but so are the ingredients! That’s my kind of beauty brand! J
Their goal is to not only create great makeup products, but to be a movement of sorts. They aim to prove that not only is animal testing unnecessary, but so are animal additives and nasty chemicals. And to continue in the vein of a novel approach to cosmetics, Lippy Girl stands by three core values: Trust (meaning complete openness and communication), Respect (they actually value people, as well as animals and the environment), and Integrity. Integrity in cosmetics? How absurd! J
They currently have a line of Organic Lipsticks in seven shades, Vegan and Organic Lipsticks (called Vegocentric Lipsticks) in eight shades, Organic Mineral Blushes in five shades, a Lip Gloss, a Lip Shimmer, and a Lip Conditioner. All are available on their website.
|Organic Mineral Blush in “Bitch Slap”|
Lippy Girl is rewriting the rules of creating amazing cosmetic products by doing it on their own terms!
Reviews to come shortly!!! 🙂
I'll look for that brand! 🙂
I can't wait to see your reviews, especially the Vegan Lipstick – it's the one I haven't used and have contemplated picking one up in Surf Betty. I have Bitchslap too and love it – it's super pigmented!
Bitch Slap is great 🙂
I now have 4 of the Vegan lipsticks because they were briefly on sale on VeganCuts.com. I already had one and decided to stock up! 🙂 I debated Surf Betty & Snow Bunny, but ended up choosing Fancy Pants, Schmoopy & P-Bomb. I wanted to try some more colorful shades. I also have Snog Me which is very similar to my lip color but just a tiny bit deeper.
I really want to try more of the Organic shades too! I have a problem! 🙂
I'm not sure if they are sold in stores yet, but they're definitely worth checking out! 🙂