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Meet the Aussie women making beauty more inclusive

Shanthi Murugan is spearheading the push to stock more inclusive beauty products at Adore Beauty.
When Rihanna’s LVMH-backed makeup brand Fenty Beauty launched in 2017, it made headlines around the world, not because of the pop star’s involvement, but because of the wide range of skin tones it catered to. With 40 different shades of foundation at launch – it now offers 50 – Fenty Beauty was inclusive in a way that no other major makeup brand had ever been before. Afterwards, brands could no longer ignore the obvious fact that a dozen different shades of white and light tan founda