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Academy Award-winning actress and producer Viola Davis, who signed on as the new international spokesperson for L’Oréal Paris last September, leveled with her Instagram followers in her latest post for the beauty brand. Echoing the message that L’Oréal has been sending to consumers since 1973, Davis tells viewers that “You’re worth it.”

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