From Beauty comes in all colors, but that doesn’t mean all make-up shades are treated equally. Fashion icon and supermodel Iman has recently voiced her concern for so-called “ethnic” make-up being placed at the back of stores. At the 2012 WWD Beauty CEO Summit, Iman, who founded and runs IMAN cosmetics, publicly complained about mass retailers like Walgreens, Wal-Mart, and Target being reluctant to place her brand amongst the store’s high-street brands despite having had major success at Sephora and JCPenney.

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