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

Julia Frauche for <em>Vogue</em> Australia.
Julia Frauche for Vogue Australia. Photo: Vogue


• 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 guidebook to drugstore beauty finds. [Refinery29]

• More than two-thirds of British women apply makeup on their morning commute, and 75 percent reported a cosmetic mishap thanks to sudden traffic stops, being jostled, or juggling makeup and a mirror. [Daily Mail UK]


Kasia Struss wears a top-knot for an editorial in the March edition of Numéro magazine. [Fashion Gone Rogue]

• Salons are still offering Brazilian blowouts even though the federal government put out a hazard alert warning that the treatment contains cancer-causing formaldehyde. [Jezebel]

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