I’m seeing some new releases from @lorealmakeup that i haven’t even heard of! unfortunately i didn’t pick any up because there weren’t testers for them, and i didn’t want to take the chance of them being kind of c****y lol the whole top row looks glorious ✨✨ but at $15 a pop, i’m gonna have to hold off until there’s a sale 💰 i’m definitely gonna keep an eye out for them 👀 #loreal#glow#highlighter#foundation#makeupgoals
🎁yarışmamız başladı! garnier besleyici botanik makyaj temizleme sütleri, makyajınızı temizler, cildinizi arındırır ve rahatlatır💫 siz de garnier besleyici botanik serisi ile cildinizi ferahlatmak istiyorsanız bu gönderiyi beğenip altına 3 arkadaşınızı etiketleyin ve botanik serisinden sürprizler kazanacak 5 kişiden biri olun♥️ #watsons#watsonsturkiye#garnier#loreal#yarışmavar
Gg news alert!🚨🚨
l'oréal paris elvive has made history by casting a hijab-wearing model in a major haircare campaign for the very first time.
amena khan, a british beauty blogger who wears a hijab, really cemented the campaign’s place in history.
but this week, she has decided to step down!
following controversy surrounding khan's past social media posts, she has stepped down from the l'oréal campaign. the tweets in question, which have since been deleted, were called into question by critics for being "anti-israel." today, khan took to instagram to announce that she would be severing ties with l'oréal "because the current conversations surrounding [the campaign] detract from the positive and inclusive sentiment that it set out to deliver." (swipe to see her full apology)
a spokesperson from l'oréal paris u.k. commented on the matter to the bbc, saying, "we appreciate that amena has since apologised [sic] for the content of these tweets and the offence [sic] they have caused. l'oréal paris is committed to tolerance and respect towards all people. we agree with her decision to step down from the campaign."✨