L’Oréal Wants To Help Visually Impaired Women Apply Makeup

L’Oréal Wants To Help Visually Impaired Women Apply Makeup
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The cosmetics brand has developed a series of audio tutorials for Brazilian consumers with reduced sight

Azalea Pena
  • 20 october 2016

Every woman deserves to feel beautiful, which is why L’Oréal Brazil came up with a new project for its Maybelline New York Brand that will help visually impaired women learn about self-makeup. The project is called Audio Makeup, a platform where lessons are taught via audio narrated classes online.

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