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  • Avon products get tested by beauty bloggers
  • Avon products get tested by beauty bloggers
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Avon products get tested by beauty bloggers

When it comes to beauty, whose reviews do you trust most? Celebrities, make-up artists, the brand itself? Avon’s banking on it being bloggers, with its new campaign featuring the likes of Helen Anderson, Mother Pukka and LoveLaughandMakeup. But will it get people talking about the brand?

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