Ashley Graham on Inclusivity in the Beauty Industry: ‘There’s Room for Improvement’

The supermodel and Revlon brand ambassador told PEOPLE that “a lot” of positive strides “have happened in this last year or two” in terms of inclusion, but hopes brands continue to do more. A lot of these beauty brands want young and thin and that is what they think is going to sell the product,” Graham said. Graham, who joined the Revlon team at the beginning of 2018, made history as the first curvy model to land a beauty contract. View this post on Instagram Always PhotoReady with @revlon new PhotoReady Candid Foundation. NEW formula blocks all blue light when my phone’s on selfie mode – finally a foundation me and my skin can feel good about!

Source: People

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