MOIRA CAMP­BELL KNOWS IT – AND SO DOES DOVE.

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Camp­bell, one of four Cana­di­ans who stars in the lat­est cam­paign for the her­itage beauty brand, has come to em­brace the sil­ver mane that emerged in her late teens. “When I was dy­ing my hair con­stantly, I felt like I was keep­ing a dirty lit­tle se­cret,” she says, “As an artist, one of the great­est points of value you can rec­og­nize in your­self is your in­di­vid­u­al­ity – what sets you apart from oth­ers.” To­day, her nat­u­ral hair hue is a source of com­pli­ments, ques­tions and pride. “There was no ex­tra ef­fort to make the colour look the way it does,” she says. “It just grows out of my head this way.” With her con­fi­dence cap­tured by world-renowned pho­tog­ra­pher Mario Testino (think Princess Di’s most iconic por­trait), Camp­bell joins 32 fe­males from more than 15 coun­tries who re­flect the Dove Real Beauty Pledge, which is to fea­ture im­ages of di­verse real women with zero dig­i­tal dis­tor­tion. “Beauty is pe­cu­liar­ity, rar­ity and orig­i­nal­ity,” says Camp­bell. “What beauty is to me might not be what it is to you, and it doesn’t have to be. That’s the best part.”

DOVE SHOWER FOAM SHEA BUT­TER WITH WARM VANILLA,

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