Lead-Stick Beware — Winner of the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics Contest
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Here is the video winner from the “Kiss Lead Goodbye! Contest” sponsored by the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics.
Here are more details about this contest from their website:
“It came down to just a few votes, but the Kiss Lead Goodbye! contest has a winner: congratulations to Iona Pelovska from Toronto! Iona’s video was part of an animated film called “Beauty, Beware!” and it got her message across loud and clear. Iona’s fantastically creative video went beyond demanding that L’Oreal get the lead out of lipstick; it called out the entire broken cosmetics regulation system. Kudos to Iona!”
WARNING: Do not watch this video if you have epilepsy or are sensitive to strobe lights.
To see more videos from the contest, please click here!