Ashley Graham has always been known to be quite vocal with her opinions about the industries she’s in. As a model, designer, and activist, Graham has no qualms with promoting her beliefs and ideals.

Just recently, during an interview with Allure magazine, she shared another one of her personal views regarding the beauty industry: that it should be more inclusive than it currently is.

Graham believes that beauty companies, major ones at that, have yet to think about all types of women other than the usual types. “It says a lot about the makeup industry and how they really haven’t caught up with the times,” Graham shares. “It doesn’t matter what nationality you are, what religion you are, what part of the world you’re coming from. We all generally wear makeup.”

Graham herself is the first plus-sized model to be featured in a major brand, Revlon. Aside from her, many other major brands still seem to hesitate when picking plus-sized models as the face of their brand. Most would still pick smaller-sized models even though, just like Graham says, makeup has no size.

“There’s no size requirement to fit a lipstick,” Graham asks. “Why have there been so few curvy models in national and worldwide beauty campaigns up until this point?”

All we can say now is: how we’d love to know the answer to that, too.