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Kate Hudson Develops Hair Care Line

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Oh Kate, what DO you use to get that silky, shiny hair? What? You say you made it YOURSELF?

Good news for all you eco-sexy, animal loving, romantic comedy watching hair aficionados out there. Kate Hudson has partnered with L.A. celeb hairstylist David Babaii to create DAVID BABAII FOR WILDAID — a sassy new hair care line that’s free of sulfates, parabens, animal products and not tested on animals. Also, Kate and David will donate 10 percent of their proceeds to the global wildlife conservation organization WildAid.

WildAid works with governments and communities to try and reverse the wildlife devastation across the planet. Their mission is to end the illegal wildlife trade within our lifetime and strive for a world in which local communities can improve their lives without destroying their environment.  

Want to sparkle and shine like the Hudsonater? Look for DAVID BABAII FOR WILDAID this summer.  Herbal Essence: YOU’VE BEEN WARNED!

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