"Las grandes marcas están dispuestas a beneficiarse de las mujeres negras sin defenderlas", le ha dicho Munroe Bergdorf a BuzzFeed News.
"Big brands are willing to profit from black women without standing up for them," Munroe Bergdorf told BuzzFeed News.
I feel like I’m just on the hunt now for the perfect foundation for my face.
Bend the FTC rules like Beckham?
Does matte foundation actually exist?!
A law firm representing 2,500 women who claim to have been injured by L’Oréal's SoftSheen Carson relaxers are demanding an "urgent product recall."
The company is accused of fraud and negligence in a class-action lawsuit filed on Wednesday.
L’Oréal a déclaré à BuzzFeed News: «Nous sommes au courant des derniers retours et nous allons les intégrer dans nos plans de développement.»
L’Oréal told BuzzFeed: "We are aware of recent feedback and are incorporating it into our development plans.”
10-second stories are worth wayyy more than a thousand words.
Mo’ hair, mo’ problems.
Because everyone else is wearing red.
"I think I'm really funny, but I've been told by many very close friends of mine that I'm just not funny."
These composite images tell all.
These products will help you look like an actual adult.
This is kind of amazing. H/T Petapixel.
Drugstore finds that won't break the bank.
Proof positive beauty campaigns need more dudes. So. Beautiful.
But, hello! All mascara ads are retouched to oblivion.
Lesson here is: the Advertising Standards Authority is okay with Beckham's toplessness, but not Julia Roberts's photoshopped face.
WHAT IS THIS I CAN'T EVEN.