Ch­eryl Tweedy re­turns to work with ma­jor cos­met­ics com­pany

Kuwait Times - - LIFESTYLE -

Ch­eryl Tweedy has re­turned to work with L'Oreal Paris al­most six months af­ter giv­ing birth. The 34-year-old singer has taken to so­cial me­dia to re­veal she is "back at it" and is in front of the cam­era pos­ing for beauty cam­paigns once again, and the ex­cit­ing news comes just five months af­ter the brunette beauty gave birth to her first child Bear, who she has with her part­ner Liam Payne. The for­mer Girls Aloud band mem­ber shared a pho­to­graph of her on set of the L'Oreal pho­to­shoot, which cap­tured her brunette tresses bil­low­ing whilst a hairdryer was be­ing blown in her face. She cap­tioned the post: "Back at it @lo­re­al­makeup #wor­thit (sic)." And Ch­eryl has re­ceived the full sup­port of her 23-year-old beau who liked the post. And it has been re­ported Ch­eryl is set to be co-cre­at­ing a make-up col­lec­tion with the brand, which is set to hit stores in Oc­to­ber this year. Ch­eryl's up­com­ing beauty range will see a per­cent­age of the prof­its made from the make-up sales go to­wards Ch­eryl's Trust, which is in as­so­ci­a­tion with The Prince's Trust. The 'Fight For This Love' hit­maker first joined forces with the cos­met­ics gi­ant in Jan­uary 2016, which saw her front the brand's cam­paigns ti­tled Sculpt and All Worth It. As part of the All Worth It cam­paign Ch­eryl worked with L'Oreal Paris and The Prince's Trust to en­cour­age 10,000 peo­ple to feel more pos­i­tive about them­selves. Speak­ing pre­vi­ously about her pre­vi­ous col­lab­o­ra­tion with both or­ga­ni­za­tions, which also starred He­len Mir­ren, Louisa John­son and Nee­lam Gill, she said: "As a long­stand­ing sup­porter of The Prince's Trust and spokesper­son for L'Oreal Paris I am so happy to sup­port this part­ner­ship. Young peo­ple are cur­rently fac­ing more and more prob­lems with self-con­fi­dence and we have to ad­dress th­ese is­sues as a real pri­or­ity. My hope is that this part­ner­ship will help young peo­ple feel ac­cepted and val­ued for who they are and make sure that they get the sup­port they need to make the most out of life."

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