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Serena Williams Shops At Target For Beauty Products Just Like You And Me

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Serena Williams Shops At Target For Beauty Products Just Like You And Me

By Dana Oliver Yahoo Lifestyle

Always on the go, Williams can pop into a Target and pick up hair care that addresses her unique needs.

Target is on track to becoming the ultimate beauty destination, thanks to the discount retailer stocking its shelves with more inclusive makeup, hair, and skin-care products. Shoppers can fill their cart with laundry detergent and paper towels, as well as foundation for darker complexions and curly hair creams without having to make an additional stop at their local beauty supply store. The diversity of products and lower price points are something not even celebrities with big bank accounts like Serena Williams can resist.

“Beauty wise, I go to Target, and they literally have everything,” Williams (a board member of Yahoo Lifestyle’s parent company, Oath) told Yahoo Lifestyle. Anything that says ‘curls,’…

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