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L'Oreal Bans Animal Hair in its Brushes

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L'Oreal has agreed to not use any animal hair in its brushes.

L'Oreal Group has announced that it has banned the use of badger, goat and all other animal hair in its brushes, per PETA

Related: L'Oreal Beta Launches YSL Rouge Sur Mesure Powered by Perso

In 2018, companies such as Procter & Gamble announced they would be banning the use of badger hair due to animal abuse concerns brought forth by PETA. 

Currently, the following companies have agreed to ban the use of badger hair in their brushes:

  • 1Beauty.us

  • Baxter of California

  • Beau Brummell

  • Beauty4Pros

  • Bestt Liebco

  • Bevel

  • Bob Ross, Inc.

  • Bonanza

  • Braun Brush

  • Caswell-Massey

  • Claudio Riaz

  • Crown

  • Czech & Speake

  • Fine Accoutrements

  • Floris London

  • FM Brush Company

  • French Kiss Cosmetics

  • Garden City Essentials

  • GENTS/GBS

  • Grooming Lounge

  • Kent Brushes

  • L’Oréal Group

  • LovelySkin

  • MinWax

  • Morphe

  • My Makeup Brushes

  • NARS Cosmetics

  • Olivina Men

  • Penhaligon’s

  • Phoenix Shaving

  • Pomades

  • Procter & Gamble (The Art of Shaving)

  • Prospector Co.

  • Purdy

  • Royal Brush Manufacturing

  • RoyalShave

  • SHANY Cosmetics

  • Sherwin-Williams

  • Silver Brush Limited

  • The Executive Shaving Co.

  • The Good Liver

  • The New York Shaving Company

  • The Stache

  • The Vermont Country Store

  • Unique Bargains

  • Universal Beauty

  • Valspar

  • Van Der Hagen

  • Wilde & Harte