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As surprising as it may seem, supermodel Naomi Campbell announced her first ever beauty campaign this month. Campbell is now the face of NARS Cosmetics.


Campbell told Independent.ie in 2017 that even after 30 years in the business she still experienced racism and colorism within the beauty industry, saying:

"I've never done one for anyone. People say, 'Oh, you've got beautiful skin', and yet I've never done one."

When asked by the reporter why this was the case, Campbell replied with a look that implied:

"You know why."

But now she is celebrating her contract with a gorgeous photo posted to her Instagram and Twitter accounts.

In the photo Campbell isn't wearing one of her signature wigs and instead is opting for natural braids.

She captioned the photo:

"Bare it all. 🙌🏽 done in Kenya 🇰🇪 #NAOMIAFRICA"


Campbell's fans love her "bare" look.













She bares it well!

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