Is there anything that garners more hype and attention than a new Glossier release? Probably, but the brand’s first mascara release is getting a whole bunch of attention of a different kind. Glossier’s Lash Slick, a fiber mascara that subtly enhances eyelashes, launched today and is causing a bit of confusion at Glossier HQ.
Before the launch, Glossier, as many beauty brands do, sent out a press release detailing the new product. In the release, it said Lash Slick was made with vegan biotin and that it was vegan. When the product launched, it was also labeled as vegan on the site. Customers noticed a discrepancy in claims though. As @JenHendrixx pointed out on Twitter, beeswax is one of the main ingredients, rendering the mascara un-vegan.
is lash stick vegan? The website claims that it is, but clearly lists beeswax as an ingredient.
jen (@jenhendrixx) May 9, 2018
For clarity’s sake, Lash Slick has vegan biotin, but is not totally vegan. If you can’t abide a non-vegan mascara, not to worry — it’s not fully waterproof and easily washes off with a touch of warm water.
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