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“It is crazy to think that in 2016 women with darker skin may have to spend twice as much for a foundation to match their skin tone or have to go to a specialist stores to find suitable haircare." She continued: “The first step of the Shades of Beauty campaign will be online, and we’re delighted to say Maybelline, L’Oreal and Revlon have all risen to our challenge and will be launching an additional 23 shades for darker skin tones by the end of July. “We know this is a small start, but we’re determined to see this through and ensure that when women with darker skin come into our stores they will find a good choice of shades, and find the perfect match for them," Gardner added.
Now June has appeared on Loose Women and made an emotional tribute to her older brother, speaking about how hard life has been since he passed away.
READ MORE CELEBRITY NEWS HERE ‘It’s horrible, I wouldn’t wish this on anyone.
2015 was the worst year of our lives, like the worst, nobody could ever have predicted this,’ she said.
"I don't just want another boyfriend for two or three years.
I'm at that stage where I want to settle down and get married and I'm looking at dating in a very different way.
‘In a world full of seven billion people, I feel so blessed to be able to say that my favourite person in the world was my brother. ‘He was such a kind human being who just loved people and who treated everybody the same and was the life and soul of the party and whenever you had a problem he was the guy you turn to.
‘The thing that really sort of brought it home to us, just how loved he was, was at his memorial, over 2000 people turned up to celebrate his life.
‘[He was] the person that you would never associate this with – I mean the last."You start going out with someone and it gets serious quickly but then you realise you don't have that much in common."In LA you date a few people but that doesn't mean sleeping with them.We were shell shocked because there were no signs, [there was] nothing that could lead anybody to believe that this was even possible.’ June went on touch on the shocking statistics of male suicide – which is the biggest killer of men under 35. ‘We live in a society where men aren’t allowed to express their feelings, so if you are an alpha male the way that my brother was or the one that everybody relies on [then] you don’t feel confident enough to be weak.June Sarpong is a television presenter situated in England and of Ghanaian ancestry.