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Lime Crime Launches Vegan Unicorn Hair Dye

The magical line of cruelty-free, imaginative hues make hair pony-perfect without harming animals.

Vegan company Lime Crime recently launched a new hair dye line called Unicorn Hair. The vegan fantasy hair line is made with vegetable dyes, is free of ammonia, and consists of 13 bold colors including Dirty Mermaid (a muted seafoam green), Bunny (a pastel pink), and Pony (an electric violet-purple). The company’s purple-haired CEO Doe Deere spent three years developing the semi-permanent line which is best suited for pre-bleached or light-colored hair. The boldly colored line is fortified with hair conditioners, and according to the company it lasts longer, and “fades gradually and gracefully.” Vegan beauty brands are innovating the industry with playful products—such as Harry Potter-themed makeup brushes launched last year by cosmetic brand Storybook—to prove that testing on animals and using animal products is not necessary to create quality makeup, hair products, or beauty accessories.

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Delivery Service Veganizes Meghan Markle's Favorite Dish

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Plant-Based Pork to Curb Meat Consumption in Asia

New brand Right Treat—created by vegetarian market chain Green Common founder David Yeung—launches its first product, vegan meat Omnipork, in Hong Kong.
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Bentley Designer Predicts Animal-Free Future for Cars

Automotive designer Stefan Sielaff believes that making luxury car interiors from 15 animal hides will become obsolete, as modern customers are looking for vehicles that align with their cruelty-free values.
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Former Beyond Meat Chef Debuts New Vegan Bacon Chips

Dave Anderson—formerly employed by plant-based companies Beyond Meat and JUST—developed mushroom-based PIG OUT vegan bacon snacks, the flagship product of new vegan brand Outstanding Foods.
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Four New Vegan Dishes Hit Whole Foods Markets

The Amazing Protein Company's plant-based Lika protein is now available in the prepared foods section across the Southwest Pacific region of the grocery chain.
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This Week on VegNews TV: The secret to these delightful sweet treats is white beans! Aylin Erman shows you how to make these simple blondies.

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