Dizzy Nicky's Makeup Amusement Park is a useful resource for cosmetics users who prefer buying products which were developed and manufactured without cruelty to animals.
"I started using cruelty-free products in early 2012 when I discovered that animal-testing was common practice among cosmetics companies. I was horrified because I had just assumed it was a thing of the past," writes Dizzy Nicky, who describes herself as "a cruelty-free cosmetics bargain-hunter and beauty blogger".
Appalled to learn about what some cosmetic companies are doing to animals in their testing labs, she decided to withdraw support from any product that was not guaranteed cruelty-free and started writing reviews only on animal-friendly cosmetics. "I'd rather take the time and do a little research on a brand or product before buying to ensure I don't give my money to companies that harm animals," she reasons. Her blog, which only began appearing online earlier this year, contains a lot of interesting entries about products, bargains and new releases plus her honest, hit-the-nail-on-the-head comments about various products she's tried out. One of the highlights on her website is the "Swatches" page, which shows how different brands of make-up look when applied to the skin.
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