Sorry to say but this article is bs: the EU won't further restrict any of those substances. The manufacturers of fragrance or any cosmetics just need to put on the label if any of the 82 are present above a certain level. So a perfume may include 100% oakmoss and as far as the EU is concerned that is totally ok, but it needs to be mentioned on the label.
Pretty much like food that says 'contains peanuts'.
If one must speak of dying: this is more about the secrecy that surrounds 'fragrance' on a label finally going extinct than anything else.
Personally I'm all for transparency.
p.s. This piece of legislation has not yet been approved nor finalized.