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Coty and Ulta Beauty announce sustainability initiatives, Whole Foods declares 2021 clean beauty trends, and e.l.f. Cosmetics prepares to launch a Chipotle burrito-inspired makeup collection.
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There was no drought of sustainable beauty news surrounding Earth Day 2021. Announcements show companies innovating in eco-friendly directions and collaborating to promote green packaging and recycling.