Eco-friendly Halloween eyeshadow has prepared a list of eco-friendly, vegan, cruelty-free, refillable eyeshadow palettes for creative scary eyes this Halloween.

Flawless has included six international companies: BesameAether BeautyAntonymZAOLavera Naturkosmetics and ILIA.

Aether Beauty

Country of origin: USA

24.6k followers on Instagram. 

The Crystal Grid Gemstone palette will help you turn into a sinister version of Tinkerbell or a dark fairy with an ethereal exterior. The palette comes with matte and metal eyeshadows! Because let`s be honest, no fairy is complete without a little sparkle.


Country of origin: USA

30.7k followers on Instagram. 

At first sight, Antonym`s To The Moon & Back palette may seem too basic for a Halloween extravaganza. But don`t rush to judge! Flawless recommends it for a classic smokey eye. We are sure it would be Wednesday Addams’ favourite.


Country of origin: France

7.8k followers on Instagram.

Flawless recommends using metallic blue and silver to apply some freakishly realistic zombie veins. You’ll achieve the perfect look without needing a costume and who doesn’t love minimal effort!


Country of origin: Canada

157k followers on Instagram.

Lion King is everybody’s beloved Disney cartoon, so what about becoming a Lion Queen this Halloween?  ILIA`S Necessary palette in Warm Nude will be the only companion this frightful night.


Country of origin: USA 

217k followers on Instagram.

With the imminent release of Maleficent 2, how fitting is Besame’s 1959 Sleeping beauty collection? Their palette will help you transform into the terrifyingly, yet realistic formidable queen with exact colour replicas.

Lavera Naturkosmetics

Country of origin: Germany

85k followers on Instagram.

Halloween is a holiday of imagination, and Lavera`s Quattro Lavender Couture palette will help you achieve your childhood mermaid dreams. Just YouTube the fishnet stoke trick and you’ll be a professional in no time.



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