People may question you when you say you love animals but still eat meat because it is rather contradictory. How can you love animals, yet contribute to their abuse and slaughter? Billions of animals are kept is rather horrible conditions and killed in rather horrible ways because people want to eat them, this is supply and demand. So if you say you love animals but are a direct reason for them being kept and killed like they are, it doesn't make sense. What would be more appropriate is to say you love pets.
As for the Bible... well, that is a whole different story. I'm sure we could go back and forth, and around in circles. Personally, I don't really care what the Bible says about eating animals because I don't live my life according to the Bible.
If you are sad that the cosmetics you are using are tested on animals, I encourage you to switch to something else. There are many wonderful products out there that are not tested on animals and contain natural ingredients that are good for your body. I personally do not use any cosmetics or household products that are tested on animals, as I do not believe that animals testing is right, and I don't want to support it.
In a way, the cruelty IS in your hands. Again, this relates to supply and demand. Many companies have stopped testing on animals because of boycotts, and many animals are not raised and killed because people create less demand by not wanting to eat them.
I encourage you to search inside yourself. You obviously are having uncomfortable feelings about animal testing, so that is a clue that you may want to transition to cruelty-free products. To truly do "as much as you can", you need to stop eating animals. Then you could say this sentence proudly. If you have any questions, feel free to PM me.
Note: I tried my hardest to make this post's wording respectful and to not be confrontational.