posted on Jan, 30 2013 @ 08:11 PM
Woo Hoo! It's about time! This is huge news! It is literally world changing. Anyone who says otherwise has no clue.
Now, we have to find out what China says about this, because animal testing for cosmetics is mandatory there, which is why people made such a
stink about Urban Decay trying to sell there last year. UD said they were trying to sell there to let China know how bad animal testing is, but fans
put up such a fight that UD eventually backed down, realizing that putting animals at risk to try to save animals was not going to help them.
Currently, both Lâncome and Estée Lauder, and all the companies that fall under them, sell in both Europe and China. That means that this new law is
a conflict of interest for them. It's possible that these French-based cosmetic corporate giants will have to move elsewhere, and vegan cosmetic
companies, such as Urban Decay, will take over popularity there. Get ready to pay through the nose for your favorite vegan brands.
This also means that the theatrical and film industry will no longer be able to access their preferred brand, MAC, which is a subsidiary of Estée
Lauder. In other words, theatre and film will either sue and cause further economic collapse in Europe, or these industries will fall with the
cosmetic monstrosities, because they are extreme brand snobs.