Crayola vegan friendly makeup collection prices from £9  @ Asos
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Crayola vegan friendly makeup collection prices from £9 @ Asos

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Refreshed 20th Aug (Posted 8th Jun)
I just love these! Just been launched and exclusive to ASOS in the UK. Items start from £9 and highest price is £25 and they are all Vegan friendly with no animal products or testing or animals - yay!

They have palettes and brushes too and I'm like a kid in a sweet shop!

They all come in the retro Crayola cardboard box packaging too. A few things I was looking at have already sold out before I could check out so if you want something I wouldn't hang about.

Get deal link takes you to all 57 items of Crayola Makeup. Delivery is free on orders of £25 or more or £3 orders under or you can get ASOS premier delivery for £9.99 for a year of unlimited deliveries

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Makeup brush and pencil case £25
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Crayola mascara £10

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Lip, cheek and face crayons £18
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Edited by: "MrMoneySavingExpert" 8th Jun
Heat for no animal-cruelty They look amazing
johnny_storm1 h, 2 m ago

Is this a joke? Or make up for little children? What women want to …Is this a joke? Or make up for little children? What women want to admit to another woman that no she didnt use Clinique or Estee Lauder but was using Crayola. What next, playdoh perfume? Is that Channel No 5? No its Playdoh red.


What women want to admit they use make-up tested on animals?
RickDoyle31 m ago

'Vegan friendly'. Two words that don't belong together.


You have won the most tedious and clichéd comments competition. Well done.
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Edited by: "MrMoneySavingExpert" 8th Jun
Heat for no animal-cruelty They look amazing
Hot from me.
Is this a joke? Or make up for little children? What women want to admit to another woman that no she didnt use Clinique or Estee Lauder but was using Crayola. What next, playdoh perfume? Is that Channel No 5? No its Playdoh red.
johnny_storm13 m ago

Is this a joke? Or make up for little children? What women want to …Is this a joke? Or make up for little children? What women want to admit to another woman that no she didnt use Clinique or Estee Lauder but was using Crayola. What next, playdoh perfume? Is that Channel No 5? No its Playdoh red.


Playdoh perfume already exists, actually, and apparently it’s one of the brand’s best sellers
johnny_storm1 h, 2 m ago

Is this a joke? Or make up for little children? What women want to …Is this a joke? Or make up for little children? What women want to admit to another woman that no she didnt use Clinique or Estee Lauder but was using Crayola. What next, playdoh perfume? Is that Channel No 5? No its Playdoh red.


What women want to admit they use make-up tested on animals?
johnny_storm1 h, 36 m ago

Is this a joke? Or make up for little children? What women want to …Is this a joke? Or make up for little children? What women want to admit to another woman that no she didnt use Clinique or Estee Lauder but was using Crayola. What next, playdoh perfume? Is that Channel No 5? No its Playdoh red.


Seriously? I'm in my 30's, and I can't think of a single one of my friends who wouldn't like this. Yes, we use Clinique etc, but since when does that mean we don't like having fun with makeup, or silly quirky brands too? Especially cruelty free ones.

The range is a brilliant idea. Little bit pricey, but the code helps. I've got some birthdays coming up and friends have asked for new interesting makeup - some very good options here!
herrbz36 m ago

What women want to admit they use make-up tested on animals?


This
Who eats their Make up? Just buy stuff that isn't tested on animals. This feels similar to the protein fad where everything that has 1g or more protein is 'A SOURCE OF PROTEIN'.
But what if you're applying it and some of it drops onto your dog or cat? They might have an adverse effect from it. These companies should really be thinking about that before selling their products not yet tested on animals!
blabbity3 h, 49 m ago

Playdoh perfume already exists, actually, and apparently it’s one of the b …Playdoh perfume already exists, actually, and apparently it’s one of the brand’s best sellers


Thank you, just to love vanilla oil from body shop which often got mistaken for play doh or custard
Edited by: "blueflash" 20th Aug
steven5watson6 m ago

But what if you're applying it and some of it drops onto your dog or cat? …But what if you're applying it and some of it drops onto your dog or cat? They might have an adverse effect from it. These companies should really be thinking about that before selling their products not yet tested on animals!


Or you taking aspirin and drop it and cat accidentally eats it, thing tested still don't make them safe for all
'Vegan friendly'. Two words that don't belong together.
RickDoyle31 m ago

'Vegan friendly'. Two words that don't belong together.


You have won the most tedious and clichéd comments competition. Well done.
My GF is a vegan. If I bought her these, she'd think I was taking the p**s
mrlaurelshat2 h, 13 m ago

You have won the most tedious and clichéd comments competition. Well done.


Typical vegan reply.

Lighten up. I'm only messing about. I happen to agree with the notion of vegan cosmetics. When I was a teenager I worked in McDonald's. They used to collect the fat from the burgers in a container by the bins and once a week it would be collected to be sent to be processed into lipsticks, shampoo, etc.

I always thought it was disgusting. I can fully understand why people (especially vegans) wouldn't want to use them.
Edited by: "RickDoyle" 20th Aug
RickDoyle12 m ago

Typical vegan reply. ;)Lighten up. I'm only messing about. I happen to …Typical vegan reply. ;)Lighten up. I'm only messing about. I happen to agree with the notion of vegan cosmetics. When I was a teenager I worked in McDonald's. They used to collect the fat from the burgers in a container by the bins and once a week it would be collected to be sent to be processed into lipsticks, shampoo, etc. I always thought it was disgusting. I can fully understand why people (especially vegans) wouldn't want to use them.


See now what is happening is you are making yourself likable and making a good comment. I like to think of myself as quite laid back etc. I just didn't understand the need for the comment and, as I'm sure you'll appreciate, with no context, it seems like a needlessly negative thing to say. That is all. No harm done here.
mrlaurelshat4 m ago

See now what is happening is you are making yourself likable and making a …See now what is happening is you are making yourself likable and making a good comment. I like to think of myself as quite laid back etc. I just didn't understand the need for the comment and, as I'm sure you'll appreciate, with no context, it seems like a needlessly negative thing to say. That is all. No harm done here.


Isn't it great that we're all better people!

/Obscure Wayne's World reference.
RickDoyle3 h, 48 m ago

'Vegan friendly'. Two words that don't belong together.


Very true, I'm a Vegan and am more than happy to call you a c*nt
johnny_storm10 h, 13 m ago

Is this a joke? Or make up for little children? What women want to …Is this a joke? Or make up for little children? What women want to admit to another woman that no she didnt use Clinique or Estee Lauder but was using Crayola. What next, playdoh perfume? Is that Channel No 5? No its Playdoh red.


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kibethewalrus20th Aug

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This is what I was referring to. Although, they go by a different brand name in Europe
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