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Internet users offended by the presence of a woman in Hijab in a L’Oréal ad

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 An advertising campaign of the cosmetics brand L’Oreal sparked debate among French netizen for displaying a woman in Hijab.

French politician Lydia Guirous, a member of the right-wing Republican Party (LR), posted this weekend on her Twitter account a photo of L’Oreal’s new campaign, pointing to the fact that this campaign is putting before a veiled woman: “After Gap, H & M, Nike … L’Oréal adheres to an Islamist vision of the Muslim woman by displaying a veiled woman. Ethnic Marketing = Regression!” she captioned.

The young woman in question, as several Internet users have pointed out, is the professional makeup artist and YouTuber Salima Aliani of Moroccan decent. She signed in 2015 a one-year contract with the company after winning the “Brush Contest”, making her the “best makeup artist in the world,” recalls the French newspaper L’Est éclair .

While some Internet users have expressed their agreement with the former spokeswoman of the party Republicans, known for her book “Allah est grand, la République aussi” , published in 2014, many have on the other hand hailed the initiative of the brand and brought their support to the young makeup artist:

“Long live diversity and tolerance. Thank you @lorealparisfr! As for you, learn to close your mouth for the well-being of all”

“You are a shame. This campaign is beautiful for its diversity.”

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