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We catch up over a cuppa with Cheltenham-based make-up artist Jessica Rose about cruelty-free, big-day beauty.
She tells us, "there has been a big shift recently in bridal make-up artists becoming more ethically conscious. A google search of cruelty-free or vegan make-up artists in your area should show some contacts. If you're struggling to find an artist in your area, reach out to any cruelty-free or vegan bridal professional whose work you like and ask for recommendations close to where you live or are getting married. I love connecting with other cruelty-free artists and would happily recommend them."
Jessica continues, "If you're thinking of doing your make-up on the big day and are new to a vegan lifestyle and plant-based diet then Superdrug is a great place to buy good quality vegan make-up products. They are clearly labelled and affordable so it's a good way to start building up your new make-up bag. Luxury cruelty-free brands like Charlotte Tilbury, BECCA and Hourglass also offer a wide selection of vegan products."
To find out more and to book Jessica for your wedding, visit https://jessicarosemakeupartist.co.uk and to see more of her work, visit www.instagram.com/jessicarose.makeupartist/
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