MIC's Cheska Hull gets mousey makeover for new RSPCA campaign

Tuesday March 11, 2014

Made in Chelsea’s Cheska Hull is helping to launch the RSPCA’s new campaign Make Over The World today with her own makeover.

Cheska, 27, who recently visited Ghana with the Fairtrade Foundation, said: “It is hard to believe products that make us look so good are tested in such an ugly way.”

One year on from the European Union banning the sale of cosmetics that have been tested on animals, this new campaign aims to end testing on a global scale.

Supporters of the campaign have been encouraged to tweet cosmetic companies using the hashtag #makeovertheworld.

Reality star Cheska added: “Cosmetic companies need to know that their customers care about animal welfare so please join me and dedicate your makeover to #makeovertheworld - because if we can end cosmetic testing here then surely it can happen worldwide?”

Cheska has previously told HELLO! Online that her trip to Ghana helped her “realise that I don’t want to be materialistic and I don’t want to stress over silly things, like what people think of me.”

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