British Star Thandie Newton Says There is a “Ghettoisation” of Cosmetics


British star Thandie Newton has accused Boots of creating a racial divide by not selling make-up suitable for black women.

According to the Bafta-winning star, the high street retailer is separating shoppers and forcing those with darker skin to shop elsewhere by not stocking a variety of shades.

The 41-year-old beauty, who is the face of Olay, said that because there is now a ‘ghettoisation’ of cosmetics, some women believe their custom is not wanted. READ MORE.

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