Refuge 'don't cover it up' by BBH

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The domestic violence charity Refuge and the make-up artist Lauren Luke have teamed up for an online campaign highlighting the plight of victims of domestic violence, created by Bartle Bogle Hegarty.

The online film, in the style of one of Luke's online maket-up tutorials, encourages women to reach out for help from specialist organisations such as Refuge.

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Released: 03 July 2012


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