Lauren Conrad Beauty review: what to buy and what to skip
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Since her departure from reality television, Lauren Conrad has essentially dabbled in every business venture under the sun: clothing lines, podcasts, even authoring a series of YA novels. A beauty line seems like a natural move for her, but it’s taken her until 2020 to officially announce Lauren Conrad Beauty. The company, which launched in August, positions itself as an eco-friendly brand made up of products that are “as gentle on your skin as they are on the planet.” Lauren Conrad Beauty also claims its products are vegan and ethically sourced. Though they’ve since released additional products, the initial launch contained only four items: The Lipstick, The Liquid Eyeliner, The Lip & Cheek Tint, and The Liquid Highlighter.
I’ve been testing these products for the last couple of weeks, and can safely say there are both hits and misses. I was impressed to see that the products arrived in very minimal packaging without plastic — a sign that Lauren Conrad Beauty is not just talking the talk, but actually implementing earth-conscious business practices.