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Makeup Companies Sued for Animal Testing; Salons Still Offering Brazilian Blowouts

3 years agoLifestyle / Fashion : The Cut

MAKEUP • A class action lawsuit was filed against Estée Lauder, Avon Products, and Mary Kay, alleging that the cosmetics companies knowingly made false claims that products were not tested on animals. [MarketWatch] • Julia Frauche looks perfectly made-up on the cover of Vogue Australia. [Design Scene] • Here's a ... More »
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