L'Oréal Paris' latest campaign breaks down racial barriers in beauty
By Perdita Nouril, 30-08-2016+, Telegraph, Lifestyle, beauty, Skin
It's no secret that the lack of diversity in make-up shades is the beauty industry's biggest flaw. This week, L'Oreal Paris has stepped up to the plate with its new campaign for the True Match Super Blendable Foundation. The beauty giant has enlisted 23 celebrities and influencers with a range of skin tones, including Cheryl Fernandez Versini, the beauty blogger Amena Khan, the fitness expert AJ Odudu and the philanthropist and TV presenter Katie Piper.
L’Oréal manages to match 98% of UK’s skin tones!
Finally a foundation for everyone, created by the number one beauty brand in the world with their mission to bring the best in beauty to every woman, no matter their ethnicity or background.
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