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Top model wants to create her own beauty line

What an amazing time we are living in. Social media has changed the way we perceive the world and fashion inclusivity and the differences in people are celebrated as unique traits and real “beauty marks” rather than ugly. Winnie Harlow is using her unique condition and perspective to help others while furthering the idea of fashion inclusivity.

Chantelle Brown-Young, better known as Winnie Harlow, is a Canadian model who got her start on the hit TV series, America’s Next Top Model. As a child, Winnie Harlow was diagnosed with a skin condition that causes her skin to lose its pigment. The model, with unique and distinctive white patches found on her skin, has graced the pages of Ebony and Cosmopolitan magazine.

Today, Winnie Harlow is working on her own beauty line. She’s using her skin condition to help others find their beauty. “If I’m trying to figure out a shade for someone else, I do them between [my patches] so I have a really good take on what works for different skin tones,” stated Winnie.

While the beauty has not officially been announced yet, the model hinted that people could start to see more from her as early as 2020.