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L’Oreal Denies Bleaching Beyonce’s Skin


L’Oreal has been catching flack for a Feria hair color ad that features singing sensation Beyonce Knowles with a noticeably lighter complexion.

The cosmetics conglomerate denies any whitewashing of the star’s skintone. “It is categorically untrue that L’Oréal Paris altered Ms. Knowles’ features or skin-tone in the campaign for Feria hair color.”

Ironically, there have been no complaints about Beyonce’s hair looking unnatural.

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L’Oreal Denies Bleaching Beyonce’s Skin

Categories: Fashion and Race Matters.


L’Oreal has been catching flack for a Feria hair color ad that features singing sensation Beyonce Knowles with a noticeably lighter complexion.

The cosmetics conglomerate denies any whitewashing of the star’s skintone. “It is categorically untrue that L’Oréal Paris altered Ms. Knowles’ features or skin-tone in the campaign for Feria hair color.”

Ironically, there have been no complaints about Beyonce’s hair looking unnatural.

Categories: Fashion and Race Matters.

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