Kate Hudson's New Cruelty Free Hair Care Prods

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Posted July 20, 2007 by Rachelle Owen

Last weekend Kate Hudson was spotted hiding behind the shirt of Mr. Dax Shepard as the duo left Malibu’s Nobu restaurant hand in hand. Allegedly Shepard took the shirt right off his back and gave it to the lovely Ms. Hudson so she could shield herself from the paps. Good to know that chivalry isn’t dead in Hollywood. Whether or not any of the rumors surrounding what they were doing together are true is of no concern to me (OK, actually I do care because I like them both and they’re cute together) but what is of concern to me is her new cruelty free hair care line. Kate and her hair stylist David Babaii are creating a line of products called David Babaii for WildAid. “I’ve considered doing other campaigns in the past, but with this one, I jumped in without hesitation,” she says. “I love that the products use natural ingredients and aren’t tested on animals.” Yay! The products are expected to hit shelves later this year and a portion of the proceeds are going to WildAid, an org working to stop the devastation of wildlife, so scoop ’em up when you see them, I know I will, especially if they make my hair look anything like Kate’s.



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  • 2832 days ago

    VA:F [1.9.22_1171]


    But let’s not forget Kate’s Fur-tastic wedding to that guy from the black crowes.

  • 3076 days ago

    VA:F [1.9.22_1171]


    I am also excited, because it is so dificult to find cruelty free products.

  • 3113 days ago

    VA:F [1.9.22_1171]


    Awesome! i never knew what hair products and make up dont test on animals
    i am excited for this

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