Stars in Beautifully Diverse L’Oréal Campaign0 Comments

By zeeshan
Posted on 10 Jan 2017 at 12:38pm

CoverGirl has announced the first ever male brand ambassador in October and the 17 years old vlogger and the influencer James Charles. The beauty magnate made the debut with ‘LashEquality campaign and he performed the newly minted CoverBoy. Nura Afia is the Muslim beauty blogger and melanin goddesses, Chloe and Halle bailey with others. There are many ads on the internet and other market savvy global beauty brands, which took notice. CoverGirl competitor Maybeline is named at its first ever male brand ambassador, Manny Gutierrez and it stars in the new big shot of the beauty giant, Big Shot Mascara Promos as it is done by the expert makeup artist and social media sensation, Shayla Mitchell, as the dark skinned and plus size, GirlBoss.

The Golden Globes is the major beauty brand and L’Oreal Paris are hoped on the diversity train during last night. The smart brush maker has done the debut on the new True Match ad campaign and the diverse variety of influencers share and they are the foundation of 33 shades, which are best suit their skin tone slash ethnic background.

The campaign stars transgender, cisgender, straight size, plus size white and non white light skinned and dark skinned celebrities, models and internet personalities. The pregnant, Blake Lively also joined the likes of Darnell Bernard, who is the first male brand ambassador of L’Oreal, Olivia Culpo, transgender model and activist, Hari Nef, Wen Ju, Xiao and the plus size models Marquita Pring and Sabina Karlsson, Aja Deng, Giannina Oteto, Arpana Rayamajhi, Dominique Babineaux, Alexina Graham and Cipriana Quann and other.

The inclusive foundation range is teamed with the truly inclusive ad campaign and from the big name of the brand, which has the future. People can watch the minute long spot, which is given below and they can also scroll down to listen to Karlsson and Nef, who shared their complete skin stories. These clips have the serious worth and hats off to L’Oreal Paris.



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