It’s the holiday season and you know what that means: GIVEAWAYS! I’ve been watching my Instagram intently, almost obsessively, and making note of all the green beauty giveaways you should know about. All of these brands are cruelty free, natural/non-toxic and vegan friendly. Most of them are happening on Instagram so most likely you will need an Instagram account to participate. But what better time to join than now! If you create an account, feel free to follow me @dropsoflemonandhoney to hear about new giveaways or one day giveaways as soon as they come in.
Finally we have all the lifestyle brands to check out this weekend. This will include food products, home decor items and more!
Here’s the next list of the best conscious brand sales this weekend. Check out my first post on ethical fashion sales here and a little more about my thoughts on Black Friday. This post is all about green beauty brands which means they have natural, non-toxic, eco-friendly and vegan products. I’ve also included a few eco friendly, cruelty free and vegan makeup brushes in this list. So here’s my list of green beauty sales you need to check out.
Let’s be honest, everyone likes a good sale on their favorite brands or products. But over the past few years, Black Friday has become something more than a just few sales. It’s taken over one of the very few holidays that isn’t about material possessions: THANKGIVING. So with that in mind, I hope that you shop smart and consciously this Black Friday & Cyber Monday weekend. Always ask yourself if you need each product, if the sale is actually worth it (or if it’s just hype) and if the company you’re purchasing from supports your values.
In the past couple years, Whole Foods has released a yearly beauty bag of the best skincare and makeup products! It’s my first year hearing about the Whole Foods Beauty Bag and I was able to pick one up for myself. I can’t believe what an amazing deal this bag is and how many amazing beauty goodies are in the bag. It’s heavy on skincare and I love that about it. Let’s see what was in the bag.
Back again with a video where I chat about my definition of ethical fashion. I also share what ethical fashion looks like in marketing and brand info. This is just an overview so I’d love to hear your thoughts & what your definition is of ethical fashion. Share them in the comments!
Anyone can be an ethical fashionista. Yes, it does take time and work. From my experience, it’s a journey – not an overnight success. To get started on your journey, follow my simplified plan.