L’Oreal Models-Actresses and Singers Strut Their Stuff for L’Oreal
L’Oreal is the largest cosmetics company in the world. L’Oreal chooses sexy, stylish celebrity spokeswomen to represent L’Oreal beauty and hair care collections as their L’Oreal models in 2011 and beyond.
Gwen Stefani is the latest in a line of models who have worked to promote lip color or another product in the L’Oreal product line.
Gwen Stefani and Infallible Le Rouge Lip Color
Gwen Stefani is known for her bright red lip color, so this was a good match, as far as product endorsements go. To get the look she has, use a red lip liner and top the rich red lipstick with a sheer gloss.
Gwen Stefani-Image via Wikipedia
Beyonce for L’Oreal Feria
Beyonce has been a celebrity spokes model for L’Oreal since 2001. Beyonce was named to promote L’Oreal Feria hair color. In the ad, the sexy singer has her hair dyed red.
Beyonce’s hair has gone through a number of color changes over the years.
Beyonce has dyed her hair in a variety of shades, from platinum blonde to jet black.
Beyonce-Image via Wikipedia
Jennifer Lopez and L’Oreal Paris Eversleek
Jennifer Lopez was named to promote L’Oreal Paris Eversleek.
J.Lo has done a sexy new video to pitch the L’Oreal Paris Eversleek hair product, which is designed to tame hair locks. The L’Oreal Eversleek video features her seductive dance moves.
Of course, in the video for L’Oreal Eversleek, Jennifer Lopez sports a gorgeous hair-do and a hot leather outfit that shows off what is best about her own body.
Jennifer Lopez-Image via Wikipedia
Eva Longoria-Image via Wikipedia
Eva Longoria promoted L’Oreal Paris Vive shampoo. Ms. Longoria is the brand spokeswoman for L’Oreal Paris Infallible Plumping lip gloss. Eva Longoria also promoted L’Oreal Paris Excellence To-Go hair color.
This ad also caused some bemusement, since some customers thought it unlikely that Eva Longoria actually dyed her hair at home. To-Go hair color is designed for home use.
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