This will make shopping for cruelty free beauty so much easier.
Here are 7 Cruelty Free Lists!
They have a "Companies That Do Not Test on Animals" list and "Companies That Do Test on Animals" list.
The site is easy to navigate and you can search by name.
You can download the lists as a pdf file.
You can search for the company by name. You can look up company name alphabetically.
They offer a free app for iPhone and Android for free.
In addition to being an awesome beauty blog, Tashina contacts companies and keeps the list updated.
Companies that are vegan are clearly marked. Also there is a distinction between cruelty free companies that have a non-cruelty-free parent company.
The list includes companies that are PETA and LeapingBunny certified. Also, if there is a correspondence between the company on the list and Suzi (the author of Cruelty-Free Kitty).
The list is also kept updated. This is also a great beauty blog.
Here companies that have some vegan products and, or vegetarian products are labeled.
There is also a label for companies that meet cruelty-free criteria but "some products contain animal ingredients or killed insects." The list is kept updated.
This list categories beauty, drugstore, and household products. There is also a list of companies that sell in China, which as you know requires animal testing. I like the layout and I'm sure you will do. There is a lot of information that is easy to read and not overwhelming.
Here you will find a list for Sephora and Ulta specific brands. There are clear labels between vegan, Leaping Bunny certified, and parent company status. There is also helpful guides for going cruelty free.
I hope these resources help you out. I know I refer to them almost daily. Let me know if you know if any other lists.