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Saturday 10 October 2015

Leona Lewis proud of cosmetics line

Published 12/03/2013

Leona Lewis
Leona Lewis
Leona Lewis
Leona Lewis
Leona Lewis
Leona Lewis
Leona Lewis
Leona Lewis

Leona Lewis can’t pick a favourite from her collection with The Body Shop.

The British singer has teamed up with cruelty-free beauty retailer The Body Shop to produce a range of cosmetics and fragrance for the spring season.

The winner of the UK version of The X Factor has now given a first look at the limited-edition collection, which includes four high-shine lip glosses, two shimmering blush palettes, a blusher brush and a sweeter version of the store’s iconic White Musk scent.

“I adore them all,” she gushed to People.

“I am a huge fan of The Body Shop’s shimmer palettes, so I couldn’t resist adding them to my own collection. [And] shiny lips continue to be a big trend, so lip gloss was definitely a must-have.”

The star has always been an animal rights campaigner and will also lend her voice to The Body Shop’s campaign to ban animal testing.

This week the European Union announced the end of all sales of products which had been developed through such processes, which Leona will be celebrating with the store.

She will also keep working with the brand to have the ban introduced globally.

“I’m passionate about beauty, and I’m all about animal rights and Community Fair Trade,” Leona previously told WWD.

“As a result, I’m really conscious of where the products that I use come from. The Body Shop sells cruelty-free, ethically sourced products containing amazing Community Fair Trade ingredients.”

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