Makeup brand embraces diversity, gender equality with its newest couple ambassadors

Careline

Posted at Feb 07 2020 03:41 PM

 

Beauty brand Careline opened the year by welcoming its newest ambassadors, Pinoy Big Brother (PBB) Otso big four housemates and real-life couple Lou Yanong and Andre Brouillette. 

Committed to its goal of embracing diversity and gender equality, Careline believes that Yanong and Brouillette embody a strong message by being the first ever local love team to endorse a makeup brand: Makeup does not have to be gender specific for its art is a form of expression that anyone should be able to experience freely.

Careline asserts its position as a diverse makeup brand that is for inclusivity, individuality, and beauty that is for all. It offers a wide array of beauty needs for all genders specifically for women, members of LGBTQIA+ community, and even straight men. 

Brouillette, being Careline Cosmetics' first local male face, broke the stereotype on why men must not wear makeups. He admitted that he personally uses Careline Oil Control Face Powder that evens his skin tone and make it shine-free; Careline Best Brow Liner that creates thicker brows; and Careline Soft Suede in Icon, a nude-ish brown shaded lipstick that is ideal for men. 

Yanong, on the other hand, is a fan of Careline's Multi Pot, a cream-to-powder finish that can be used as blush, lip tint, and eyeshadow; and their best-selling lip product, the Careline Soft Suede Lipstick. 

To know more about Careline, visit its official Facebook and Instagram pages. You may also shop online at bit.ly/carelinelzd.

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