I didn’t know that Cheryl Cole even had a Foundation, let alone one in aid of The Prince’s Trust; the youth charity that helps young people. L’Oreal partnered with The Prince’s Trust this year by providing practical support for disadvantaged young people who want jobs, training or business help in the beauty sector in the form of grants, business loans, workshops and work experience. I’m not sure how any of this passed me by, but it did and I’m sorry about it because I would have liked to promote it more. The Prince’s Trust has been nothing short of amazing over the years and many young people have been given a lifeline into the world of work because of it.
L’Oreal and The Cheryl Cole Foundation are launching a Limited Edition Lipstick in aid of The Prince’s Trust, with £1 from each sale going directly to the Trust. It launches in January, priced £8.16 from Boots and Superdrug.
Not surprisingly, the shade is a vampish, full-blooded red (with blue tones) called Red Passion.
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1 pound from each sale and it costs 8 pounds? That’s disappointing.