Saturday, 7 June 2014

Dove Invisible Dry partners with fashion designer Olivia Rubin to encourage women to inject more colour into their wardrobes

To celebrate a new campaign for Dove Invisible Dry deodorant, now proven to leave no white marks on a remarkable 100 colours, the Dove Colour Challenge has been launched.

The challenge’s aim is to boost women’s colour confidence by encouraging them to embrace more colour in their everyday clothing.

Partnering with fashion designer Olivia Rubin throughout the month of June women can upload photos of themselves being colour confident for the chance to win a bespoke capsule collection exclusively created by the designer for Dove on

 As part of the Dove Colour Challenge, Dove has also partnered with colour psychology expert Karen Haller to give one-to-one colour consultations to the winners, where she will diagnose the colours that will boost their confidence levels and bring out the best in their personalities.

Dove Invisible Dry liberates your wardrobe so that you can wear those beautifully bright colours only reserved for special occasions every day.
To enter the Dove Colour Challenge visit

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