The Feminist Beauty Project

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MAKEUP MAIL: EVASION EDITION

Elizabeth NichinComment

Happy Monday everyone! 

I'm here today with a different kind of Makeup Mail post. I'm calling today's post the "evasion edition" because I'll be providing a list of companies that I have contacted that have not responded to me. As you will see, I gave ample time for these companies to respond to me but still I have heard nothing. 

As I believe transparency is crucial in the beauty industry, I not only want to share with you what companies have to say about their sourcing, production, and labor standards, but I also want to share with you the companies that just flat out have not or will not reply to my request(s) for information.  

 

As always, you can find my email template (what I use to send to these companies) here.  

 

Below is a list of companies that have failed to respond to my email(s) as of 10 August 2015. The date in parentheses is the date (or dates) that I sent an email to the company. 

 

Anastasia Beverly Hills (5/18)

beautyblender (5/18) 

BECCA (5/18) 

Benefit (5/18) 

Carol's Daughter (5/18) 

Colourpop Cosmetics (5/15 & 8/3) 

Cover FX (5/18) 

Dose of Colors (5/18) 

e.l.f. (5/15) 

Hard Candy (5/15 & 8/3) 

Jeffree Star Cosmetics (5/18) 

Lime Crime Cosmetics (5/15) 

Milani Cosmetics (5/18) 

NARS (5/18) 

NYX Cosmetics (5/18) 

Too Faced Cosmetics (5/15) 

Urban Decay Cosmetics (5/15) 

 

I will continue to email companies as well as re-send my requests to the companies above. As always, I will keep updating the blog with makeup mail!

 

Have a company you think I should contact next? Send me an email at feministbeautyproject@gmail.com

in lipstick & solidarity, 

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