L’Oréal Paris is proud to launch Cheryl Cole's first limited edition Color Riche lipstick, with £1 from every sale being donated to The Cheryl Cole Foundation.

This limited edition Color Riche lipstick is being launched by L’Oréal Paris in association with The Cheryl Cole Foundation, in aid of The Prince's Trust. The money raised will be donated to The Foundation, which in turn supports The Trust’s work in the North East.

The rich berry, blue red shade, ‘Red Passion’ (Shade no. 297), is now available.

“I love wearing lipstick as it is makes me feel glamorous whatever the occasion,” says Cheryl. “I chose this iconic luxurious, red shade as it is the perfect dramatic accessory. I am so thrilled the funds raised from my L’Oréal Paris lipstick can make a difference to people’s lives through my foundation with The Prince’s Trust.”

The Cheryl Cole Foundation
The Cheryl Cole Foundation supports The Trust’s work with young people in the North East, who have struggled at school, been unemployed for a long time and have been in trouble with the law or who are in or leaving care. More than three in four young people supported by The Trust move into jobs, education or training.

L’Oréal Paris and The Prince’s Trust
Through its partnership with The Prince’s Trust, L’Oréal Paris is helping the UK’s leading youth charity to change the lives of young people by building their self confidence and self worth through mentoring, personal development programmes, education grants and training.

2011 saw L’Oréal Paris and The Prince’s Trust come together to change the lives of disadvantaged young people living in the UK.

After launching the exciting partnership through sponsorship of The Prince’s Trust national Celebrate Success awards in 2011 and 11 regional heats across the UK, L’Oréal Paris is providing unique and practical support to help disadvantaged young people into jobs, training and business in the beauty industry.

Vital support is being offered to young people with an interest in the beauty sector in the form of grants, business loans, work experience and workshops, offering both practical and financial support to tackle barriers to success.

In addition to delivering workshops and mentoring young people on work experience, staff members from L’Oréal Paris are giving the partnership an extra boost by organising fundraising activities.

Source: Prince's Trust

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