Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 23 July 2014

Jane Fonda shines for L'Oréal

Jane Fonda

Jane Fonda looks radiant as one of the eight faces of L'Oréal's Color Riche Collection Privée nudes range.

The stunning actress may be 75, but she proves she's still got it as one of the eight new faces of the beauty brand's Color Riche Collection Privée nudes range.

Joined by Eva Longoria, 38, Doutzen Kroes, 28, Julianne Moore, 52, Fan Bingbing, 31, Liya Kebede, 35, Inès de La Fressange, 56, and Freida Pinto, 28, Jane is promoting L'Oréal's perfect nude lip and nail colours.

A still from the campaign shows the beauties sitting together, all wearing black.

Jane is clearly the centre of attention, sitting in the middle and appearing to tell a story as her devoted audience listens and smiles.

The aim of the campaign is to connect women to their ideal nude shade for face and hands.

A tricky colour to find, the wide range of stars have created a version to suit them individually, which they hope will also work for others.

Each shade features a signature by the star who picked it.

L’Oréal Paris’ Colour Designer, Orrea Light, worked with the famous ladies.

"Collection Privée has been created to address every woman’s unique, individual beauty," she explained in a statement.

"We designed each shade of our collection with our Woman of Worth Ambassadors so that each precious nude tone would fit each individuals skin complexion and hair colour."

Victoria's Secret Angel Doutzen picked a hue she calls 'Hint of Pink'.

The supermodel describes it as a colour that makes her feel "elegant".

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