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Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics Sci-Fi Lullabies

Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics Sci-Fi Lullabies

The spring collection of this 100% vegan and cruelty-free brand is inspired by science fiction, featuring metallic shades that play on reality and fantasy. Its collection of six Lip Tars includes Palest Champagne Metallic and Midnight Black/Gunmetal Metallic. The six Nail Lacquers include Blackened Antique Gold (Metallic) and Pale Lavender With Silver Shimmer (Metallic). Call 888.OCC.0504 or visit www.occmakeup.com.

Dermalogica Is Removed From the Leaping Bunny Program

Dermalogica Is removed from the Leaping Bunny Program

The Coalition for Consumer Information on Cosmetics, which operates the Leaping Bunny Program in the United States and Canada, has announced that skincare company Dermalogica is no longer certified as cruelty-free.

Following up on reports, CCIC investigated and concluded that Dermalogica has had products approved for sale in The People’s Republic of China, which makes the company a party to animal testing.

Target Offers Mixed Chicks Hair Care

Mixed Chicks co-founders Wendi Levy (left) and Kim Etheredge

Mixed Chicks hair care has begun a launch into 350-plus Target stores and in July will be expanding to more than 700 locations as well as on Target.com, the company says.

Target becomes the first mass retailer to offer the entire Mixed Chicks collection of cruelty-free and vegan natural products—which are specially formulated for multi-textured hair.