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16 January 2013, 17:01
The Girls Aloud star has been photographed by Rankin as part of the company's True Match campaign.
Cheryl Cole has camouflaged herself against a wall as part of an upcoming campaign for the True Match foundation with L'Oreal.
The star was photographed for the campaign by Rankin, who managed to make it look as if Cheryl was part of the wall.
The 'Call My Name' singer is seen wearing a purple and white sleeveless dress, which matches the wallpaper behind her.
Other photographs from the campaign include a close up of the star's famous face alongside a series of behind the scenes photos from the set of the shoot.
It has been estimated that Cheryl and 97% of the UK population have matched their skin tone with the True Match foundation.
Cheryl Cole wears a wallpaper dress as part of her partnership with L'Oreal: (picture: Rankin)
The star has been a spokesmodel for L'Oreal since 2009.
Cheryl is photographed behind the scenes on the set of her photoshoot for the True Match campaign: (picture: Rankin)
Meanwhile, Cheryl is currently preparing to return to the road with Girls Aloud as they embark on a UK tour this year.
The reunited group will play more than ten dates, starting in Cheryl's hometown of Newcastle on 21st February.