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Urban Decay Stays Cruelty-Free

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Posted December 3, 2012 by Megan Rondeau

When word got out that (evil) cosmetics giant L’Oréal was acquiring animal-friendly company (and peta2 fave!) Urban Decay, fans were outraged—and rightfully so—over what this might mean for Urban Decay’s longstanding commitment to remaining on the cruelty-free list.

For all those worrying, fear not! Urban Decay will remain cruelty-free! The maker of all those liners, shadows, and glosses you can’t resist assured PETA in writing that its animal testing policy will not change. Hooray! So shop on, my fashionista friends, and remember always to buy cruelty-free for the sake of animals everywhere.

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    795 days ago

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    YES, my favorite make-up brand :)

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    966 days ago

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    I get my make up from e.l.f. or eyes lips face. They also work with peta and have won an award for being cruelty free :)

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    967 days ago

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    Thank goodness!!

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    971 days ago

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    Great news!

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    972 days ago

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    Hot diggity! Now I know what to get my sister for Christmas.! Thanks PETA and UD!

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    972 days ago

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    I just still can’t trust it anything that has to do with L’Oreal is just evil waiting to happen

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