And they weren't rigged to explode paint on any of her clothes either!
To create her new perfume Reb'l Fleur, Rihanna has teamed up with prestigious cosmetics company Parlux Fragrances, Inc., which signed PETA's assurance in 1995 that it does not conduct or pay others to conduct tests on animals.
PETA Senior Vice President, Dan Mathews, says:
"Rihanna's decision to team up with Parlux is as kind to animals as her music is to your ears. By renouncing animal tests, Parlux is proving that beauty doesn't have to have an ugly side."
To thank her for her wise choice, they sent a lovely bouquet of flowers.
Reb'l Fleur will hit store shelves on January 25, and the name of the fragrance comes from a nickname that was given to Rihanna by her grandmother.
To get more information on companies that USE or DO NOT USE animals in cosmetics and household product tests, check out PETA's website.
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