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Dayle Haddon
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Dayle Haddon has been in the beauty and fashion industry for over 35 years. She has worked with photographers Guy Bourdin, Horst, Cecil Beaton, Helmut Newton, Richard Avedon, Snowdon, Hiro, Lartigue and Scavullo among others.

She remains the only model to have had four major beauty contracts; Revlon, Max Factor, Estée Lauder and most recently 15 years with the largest beauty company, L'Oréal Paris.

Dayle has launched many new products through out her careers and sales have increased dramatically when she is on board. Her long relationship as a spokesperson for L'Oréal has increased sales by more than 30% and lead to her passion to define and support women at midlife.

Dayle realized women over 40 were not being represented by the beauty and fashion industry. She felt she had an opportunity to change that perception from the inside. She has now been on the forefront of this well known 'age revolution' the result of which has been two bestselling books on inner and outer beauty, Ageless Beauty and The Five Principles of Ageless Living. The latter was a bestseller in China and both books have been translated into more than six languages.

Dayle expanded her fifth principle of "staying connected" discovering that one of the most important aspects of TRUE beauty is giving back. In this vain, Dayle is now an active UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador. With UNICEF, Dayle travels across Africa, attends special events at the UN, and reports and writes for CNN, CNNI and CNN.com.

Dayle is a noted speaker and addresses conferences and forums to discuss her activism in the field, her 5 principles and most notably, the responsibility and duty to give back to those in need through more engaged philanthropic programs.

Blog Entries by Dayle Haddon

My Trip to Bolivia, Part 2

Posted May 8, 2010 | 11:32:55 (EST)

As a UNICEF Ambassador, I've had the opportunity to travel to some of the more challenging places in the world; Darfur, the Congo, Angola, Rwanda. This was the first time I would be going to South America and I wanted to understand the difference in their needs.

In the first...

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My Trip To Bolivia

Posted May 5, 2010 | 11:50:00 (EST)

It was difficult to breathe when we landed in La Paz, the highest airport in the world at 12,000 feet. It was 6AM. We hadn't slept all night. Dizzy, off balance, there was a tightness in our heads, coupled with a continual low-grade headache that hit us as soon...

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