The Body Shop and RSPCA join together in a unique campaign to Make Over The World

To highlight their work in protecting animals, The Body Shop and the RSPCA have come together in a unique collaboration called Makeover The World.

Despite thinking animal testing is a thing of the past, thousands of animals worldwide still suffer in the name of beauty. Whilst animal testing is now prohibited in the European Union, many well known cosmetic companies continue to test on animals outside of the EU to sell in other parts of the world or in those countries that require mandatory animal testing.

Following the EU sales ban which stops products tested on animals outside the EU being sold on our shelves, countries like Israel, India and Brazil have already looking into improved practices and legislation.

If you’re one of the 7 out of 10 people who want a end to animal testing join The Body Shop in their campaign to Makeover the World by asking the top 10 global cosmetic companies to stop needless animal cruelty.

One unique part of the campaign involved in The Body Shop reaching out and Testing on the Blogger. When I was approached to take part I loved the idea and thought it was a fantastic way of raising awareness. I was sent a fantastic bundle of The Body Shop makeup to test and wasted no time in creating the perfect cruelty free makeover.

The Body Shop Colour Crush lipstick
Infused with a rich moisture this gorgeous lipstick gives a high impact colour. Available in 29 shades the lipstick offers real variety and shades to suit all whether you prefer nude lips to pillar box red. Colour Crush is a vivid crimson red that smells amazing and glides on with ease. I was disappointed by the lack of colour transfer when applied and felt it ended up giving the results of a lip balm or lip gloss.
Available for £10.00 at The Body Shop

 
The Body Shop Define and Lengthen Mascara
Say goodbye to short lashes with The Body Shop Define and Lengthen mascara. The product defines lashes and helps to make them longer with a smudge resistant glossy formula. The results are fairly average for a high street mascara and whilst my lashes were defined I didn’t feel it added much in the way of length.
Available for £10.00 at The Body Shop

 

The Body Shop Shimmer Waves
Boost your complexion with five gorgeous shimmering shades for your face and cheeks. Whilst the product is a little expensive it has a multitude of uses and it can be used as a blusher, bronzer and even eyeshadow. The powder is heavily pigmented and whilst I didn’t feel it added a lot of shimmer when on it’s still a really useful addition to your makeup bag.
Get it for £16.00 at The Body Shop


The Body Shop Colour Crush Eyeshadow
These intensely pigmented eye shadows have a pearlescent or matte effect based on the colour with a silky soft texture. They can be used wet or dry and are great for blending layers of colour. Available in 36 shades there’s a eyeshadow for everyone occasion whether you’re chilling with your friends or you’re heading out on the town. Oh, Honey is a shimmery light gold shade that looks great with blue eyes and Head in The Sky is a deep cloud blue. Unfortunately the shades didn’t add much colour when applied and I was more then a little surprised at this considering the price of them.
Get it for £7.00 at The Body Shop

The Body Shop Liquid Eyeliner
Applying eyeliner can be tricky but this felt tipped applicator helps to make things as easy as possible. Available in three shades the liner is smudge resistant and dermatologically tested.
Get it for £9.00  at The Body Shop

Smudger Brush
This soft foam tipped applicator helps to blend eyeshadow or smudge eyeliner. Great for a smokey eye or combining several colours together.
Get it for £9.00 at The Body Shop

The Body Shop Brow and Lash Comb
There’s nothing worse then clumped lashes and messy brows and this Brow and Lash comb saves the day.
Get it for £8.00 at The Body Shop 

So if you want to recreate this natural looking makeover check out how I achieved this look.

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