Cruelty Free Nail Polish on a Budget

When you’re looking for cruelty free beauty products, often the last thing on your mind are nail polishes. The majority of high street brands test on animals but where can you find budget products without shopping online?

Barry M stock some great nail polishes in a wide range of shades and textures, from glitters to sand, bright to dark. With stunning duo chromes and finishes like matte or gel, there is something to suit your style. The ingredient lists for all Barry M products are provided on their website, the majority of their nail products are suitable for vegans.




These polishes wear well with little to no chipping until day 4/5. Comparable to Revlon varnishes minus the animal testing! Barry M can be found at Boots and some River Island stores. I recommend getting them when they go on offer 3 for 2 for a bargain with regular retail pricing is €5.99 per polish.


Wet n Wild have a small but inexpensive range of makeup and polishes, My favourite shade is ‘On A Trip’, a deep pastel lilac. These can be found in Penneys and selected pharmacies.

As for hand cream, I am still on the hunt for a delicious smelling girly handcream. This one buy Lavera is from Health Store and was priced €8.99, It has an almond scent and is great at leaving your hands moisturised for hours but does leave a slight oily residue on hands.

Have you tried any must have cruelty free nail products, if so leave your recommendations below?




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