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At long last, the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympic Games are nearly here and three of Team GB’s brightest stars are fronting some major beauty campaigns.

Cycling champion Victoria Pendleton is the new face of Pantene Pro-V Smooth & Sleek, and says, “I am absolutely thrilled to be working with Pantene Pro-V, I have used their products for years. Training outside everyday means the elements can play havoc with my hair, however the Smooth & Sleek range helps fight frizz and keeps my hair looking and feeling the healthiest it’s been.”

Medal-winning open water swimmer Keri-anne Payne is fronting campaigns for Max Factor’s False Lash Effect gold edition mascara and Oral-B’s Triumph 5000 toothbrush while champion heptathlete Jessica Ennis is representing Olay’s new Essentials range (launching March 2012). “For me, Olay is a tried and tested brand. It’s versatile, simple but effective regimen works perfectly for me whether I’m training outside or just out with my girlfriends. Olay is definitely a part of my team.”

We can't wait for London 2012 and will be cheering on Team GB including these three incredible women!

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