June 29, 2010

Urban Decay Fall Collection 2010: Urban Decay Good Karma Brushes

Along with it’s Fall Collection, Urban Decay introduces 11 vegan friendly, cruelty free brushes for face, lips, cheeks, and eyes.


All Urban Decay brushes are cruelty-free and vegan. Urban Decay’s brush “hair” is actually a super soft material made from recycled PET plastic bottles and recycled alumnium which makes up the handles. The boxes the brushes come in is made from recycled egg crate material which makes the entire beauty brush experience a vegan, green friendly one that’s both cruelty-free and vegan.

Check ’em!

Urban Decay Good Karma Brushes range from $24-$39 and are available now at www.urbandecay.com

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  • Marasy

    If Urban Decay ever releases an awesomely priced set of these, I’ll be all over it. For now I’ll stick with my Eco Tools.

  • Nia

    I like the idea with the brushes, but has anyone already tried them?
    Curious if they do their jobs well 🙂

  • em

    Whaat they’re actually made from plastic bottles? Wow I wonder how they turn bottles into soft brushes? 😀

  • nucleii

    wow. its a great way of recyling for sure! Though, I’ll wait for reviews of these to see if they are worth it

  • Skrebka

    Oh, innovative thinking! But the brushes look promising! The first one seems to be great for applying lip products!