In our recent feature, we looked at the hair styles that were most popular in Australia.
Hair from the likes of Kuka, Gionet and The Body Shop came up in the top five, but the popular hair styles from overseas were also found on the list.
Turtle Fur Hair is the most popular style from Australia.
According to the ABC, it has become the most talked about hairstyle in the country and the country’s first national hair style.
It has also attracted a lot of attention from fashion brands, such as J Crew and Gionets, who have taken the popular style to the United States.
However, Turtle Fur Hair has recently come under fire from animal rights groups and the Australian Government over its use of turtle fur.
The ABC reports that Turtle Fur has been used in Australia for decades, and the trend of using turtle fur has been around for years.
A spokesman for Turtle Fur told the ABC the company does not use turtle fur for its hair and has “no intention of using any animal fur” in its products.
He added that the company has “always used responsibly sourced, high-quality ingredients”.
“Turtle fur is not derived from any species of animal and we have no intention of ever using any turtle fur in our products,” he said.
Australia’s Minister for Primary Industries, Michael McCormack, told the Australian Financial Review last week that he would be pushing for a ban on turtle fur products.
“We are in the process of putting in place an animal welfare policy that will make sure all the animals that are being treated in the industry are treated humanely,” he told the newspaper.
Animal welfare organisations are concerned that the animal fur industry in Australia is responsible for over 1,000 deaths a year.
“The use of animal fur by some businesses has resulted in hundreds of animal deaths, and thousands of injured and sick animals, and a number of people are injured or sickened,” Dr Lisa Breen, a veterinarian and wildlife rehabilitation specialist, told The Australian.
A spokeswoman for Turtle Fish told The Australian they have no plans to remove the animal-derived hair from their products.”
When you have a cosmetic company making cosmetic products, you should be concerned about the way the product is made, especially in Australia.”
A spokeswoman for Turtle Fish told The Australian they have no plans to remove the animal-derived hair from their products.