At L’Oreal, there is no single and unique model of beauty, but infinite diverse forms of beauty, linked to periods, cultures, history and personalities. L’Oreal’s Beauty for All mission seeks to allow individuals the ability to express their diverse personalities, gain self-confidence and open up to others.
Delphine Diallo is a Brooklyn-based photographer and artist of French-Senegalese descent whose inspiration embodies the Beauty For All spirit. Through her visual expression, Delphine aims to combine her artistry with her passion for empowering women, youth and cultural minorities.
Click on the video below to learn more about how Delphine pushes for positive change and her own personal definition of Beauty For All.
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