Coming in March, L'Oreal Paris will launch an online store where it will make its entire product line available for purchase. While most luxury cosmetic brands in France have widely been available online for some time, many mass market cosmetic brands have avoided setting up their own online shops so as to not upset their all-powerful mass retail clients....
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