Why did L'oreal chose to make Beyoncé Knowles almost white (well, transparant...) in their ad campaign? I'm just wondering. It doesn't seem necessary to make people pale, when we are all so different. Beyoncé's skin colour is faboules on the top picture, so why change it to a Cher-like complexion??? Just a question!


  1. Anonymous said...
    She looks weird...
    Sydneydoll said...
    its so obvious they did.

    now they just have bad publicity for it.
    in this case publicity is not always good.

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