Mary Fowler scores L’Oreal Paris deal

Following the agreement, Mary Fowler became the first Australian athlete to represent L'Oreal Paris.

Mary Fowler, a rising star of the Australian national women’s football team, has signed a major endorsement deal with L’Oreal Paris, a French personal care company.

The deal was announced, just days after Fowler helped the Matildas qualify for the 2024 Olympics in Paris. Following the agreement, Fowler became the first Australian athlete to represent L’Oreal Paris.

Expressing her excitement, Fowler, said, “I think when I found out about the opportunity to be an ambassador for L’Oreal Paris I was initially a bit shocked. Because I was, like, ‘Why would they want me?’ It made me excited and nervous at the same time because as much as I love skincare and trying to use make-up, I also have no idea what I’m doing. I’m just doing what I think is right and I’m just doing my own thing. I guess mostly I was just excited to be able to express myself.”

L’Oreal Paris, founded in 1909, is the world’s leading cosmetics company. Its extensive reach spans over 130 countries, offering a diverse range of hair care, skincare, makeup, and fragrance products.

The Australian star, Mary Fowler plays in the English Women’s Super League for Manchester City WFC. Currently sitting second in the league with 37 points, the unit is hot on the heels of leaders Chelsea FC Women, with only a three-goal difference separating the two teams.

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