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Pamela Anderson is basking in her new marriage to Kid Rock, but also in her new endorsement deal with Bed Head for a line of cruelty free hair products for people and their pets.
Buyer beware, though, companies that proudly proclaim they are cruelty-free may not be all they promise. These companies are still required by consumer protection laws in most countries to prove that their products are not dangerous to humans. How do they prove this? Well, four legged mammals usually step up for that task. Pam's new line will be different, though, and test the final product on humans. So maybe Yasmine Bleeth will find work again.
Do animals have to die for your hair to look good? Sadly, they already have. Any chemical you can't pronounce and have come into contact with in your hair and makeup products was once tested on an animal. It may have been last year, or it may have been decades ago. Products that claim to be cruelty fee just reuse existing data from previous animal testing. These product lines do not use the newest, and most advanced ingredients. But it's up to you, the newest and hardest to pronounce beauty product chemical may not make you look anymore beautiful, so is it worth sacrificing animals for it?
Oh, but Pam - silicone implants, botox, and collagen were tested on animals so your haggard ass could use them to look oh-so-manufactured-sexy. Hang out with Stella McCartney, and sell as many cruelty-free products as you want - but you wouldn't have a career without animal testing.
Why doesn't Drew Barrymore have a shampoo commercial yet? Despite bad movies, bad husbands, and bad chin-to-face ratio - people still love Drew. She's down to earth, real, and unconventionally gorgeous.
Perhaps this realness keeps Drew from selling unsuspecting ladies lousy home hair dye (and their misleading promises of 3x highlights), and silicone-ridden shampoo (Pantene is hideous, ladies, invest in something better). Bad hair bitches like Scarlett Johanssen can sell all the snakeoil they want, and Sarah Jessica Parker's bad Garnier hair color commercials speak for themselves.
But Drew, please continue to have great hair because you have great stylists and use professional quality products- not because Pantene paid you millions to sell lousy $3.99 shampoo, that the Bad Hair Czar wouldn't even use on their dog.