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  • Tesco offers free chats with beauty experts
  • Tesco offers free chats with beauty experts
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Tesco offers free chats with beauty experts

Talking beauty is a big deal online. The most successful vloggers impart their wisdom to millions of loyal subscribers daily. Now, Tesco want a slice of the digital beauty pie. It's offering free video beauty consultations with British beauty experts to anyone with a Google Plus account.

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