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Rimmel Uses Hand Model in Kate Moss Foundation Advert

Hold the Phone; Those Are Not Kate Moss' Hands

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Ladies, listen up, if you want to get the real London Look and stop traffic, you're going to have to start using a hand model. Preferably one blessed with genetically long and slim fingers like Gemma Howorth who stood in for Kate Moss' hands in the ad for Rimmel Renew & Lift Foundation ($23.95). Gemma's also impersonated the digits of Natalie Imbruglia, Kylie and Lily Cole, earning over $3,000 a day. I'm totally in the wrong job. Gemma was "flattered" to stand in for Kate but what do you think about it all? Me? As long as it's not a hand product that they're advertising then I don't see the big deal at all. Is it A-OK with you or do you feel a 'lil duped?

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