Wet n Wild’s Vegan Makeup List

September 29, 2014By 9 Comments

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Lookin’ for affordable, easily accessible (think Walgreens, Target, etc.) vegan-friendly makeup? Well, Wet n Wild has a ton of cruelty-free offerings! Just to reiterate, not all of their products are vegan (beware of icky carmine), but most of their products are good to go!

Wet n Wild’s vegan cosmetics:

  • 110, 112-115, 120, 121, 123: Perfect Pair Eye Wand; (111 is not vegan)
  • 130-132, 134, 135: Idol Eyes Cream Shadow; (133 is not vegan)
  • 154-157: Color Icon Shimmer Eye Pencil
  • 175-178: Intuitive Blend Shade Adjusting Foundation
  • 181A-184A: Ultimate Sheer Tinted Moisturizer
  • 221C-238C: Fast Dry Nail Polish
  • 309A-314A: Glassy Gloss Lip Gel
  • 331: Color Icon Eyeshadow; (332-336 are not vegan)
  • 346, 348: MegaGlo Illuminating Powder; (345 & 347 are not vegan)
  • 401A – 454D: Wild Shine Nail Colors
  • 690A-695A: MegaLast Retractable Eyeliner
  • 745-749: Natural Blend Mineral Foundation and Mineral Veil
  • 801-804: Coverstick consealer stick
  • 821A, 823A-827A: Natural Blend Pressed Powder; (822A not vegan)
  • 861-863, 865-868: Mega Liner Liquid Eyeliner; (864 not vegan)
  • 201B-218: MegaLast Nail Color
  • 250A, 252B, 254B, 256B, 380B, 385B: Color Icon Eyeshadow; (246-249, 251A, 255B, 257A, 381B-384B not vegan)
  • 402-469: Wild Shine Nail Color
  • 832E-833E: Color Icon Blusher; (831E, 834E not vegan)

Do you use Wet n Wild Cosmetics? Which products are your fave?

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  1. Jennifer says:

    Hi Sunny!
    Here is a link to a great vegan beauty blog with a more in-depth vegan-friendly Wet ‘n Wild list that I trust more than WnW’s list: http://makeupfu.madtofu.com/2014/01/wet-n-wilds-vegan-list/

    Hope it helps!


  2. Katie says:

    It looks like you pulled this off of the WnW website – their vegan list includes products with beeswax and they refuse to change it because it’s ‘debatable’ if beeswax is vegan. The perfect pair sticks and the silk lipsticks for sure have beeswax.

    • jesse.anne.o says:

      Really? Beeswax? I know they make some big deal about how carmine is not that bad on their vegan page but it seems insane that they would let beeswax slide? I’ll have to take a look at a few of the things I purchased and their ingredients.

    • Sunny says:

      Thanks for the heads up. So crazy! It’s always best to read ingredients even when products are marked “vegan” – I’ve discovered lots of companies often overlook carmine and beeswax.

  3. Thanks for this comprehensive list! It’s so much easier, and usually more affordable to buy cosmetics at my local Target or pharmacy.

  4. Kelly Palmer says:

    I was told that the Mega Last Lipsticks were vegan, are they not?

  5. Angie says:

    Awesome! Thank you!

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