In this article I want to look at cruelty free hairdressing, at Fabulous Hair we partner ourselves with Paul Mitchell products. In 1980, Paul Mitchell became the first professional beauty company to publicly stand up against animal testing. Now nearly 40 years later, that pledge to our furry friends remains a driving force in all that we do. A few years ago, Paul Mitchell® Co-founder John Paul DeJoria made the decision to stop selling Paul Mitchell products in China when animal testing became a mandate, reaffirming our steadfast commitment to being cruelty-free.
If you don’t use hair colour now, chances are you will at some point in your life. Some people never colour their hair. Others, well let’s just say they don’t even remember their natural hair colour, but for many, females especially hair colouring tends to a monthly routine.
What most people don’t even realise, is that these hair colours can be tested on animals. Of course, there are companies that do not and have never tested on animals like Paul Mitchell, and that’s why it is important to be informed of this, ask your salon stylist and know what you are promoting when you colour your hair from companies that do test on animals verses a company that does not.
I would ask your hairdresser what products they use, and do they know if they test their products on animals if you want to check for yourself look at Beauty without Bunnies online. In the modern world we live surely we do not need to continue testing on animal?
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