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  • L’Oréal runs video ads on Pinterest
  • L’Oréal runs video ads on Pinterest
    Matthew Kenwrick (2011) ©

L’Oréal runs video ads on Pinterest

Pinterest holds the shopping wish lists of women around the world. Whether you’re deciding between lipstick shades or party looks, it's a great place to browse through all kinds of beauty inspiration. And now, L’Oréal is finding success with promoted video pins on the platform.



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