It’s taken a long time! Kelsea Ballerini is the newest cover girl for Covergirl, although she’s been promoting the brand for quite some time.
“For as long as I can remember, I’ve been a Covergirl devotee.” In a press statement published in Us Weekly, the 28-year-old singer stated, “I’ve always kept a classic pot of Covergirl eye makeup in my makeup bag. I even wrote in my notebook at age 14 that one day I dreamt of becoming a Covergirl.” “Makeup is a creative outlet for me, and if I weren’t performing music, I’d be a makeup artist,” she says.
“I’m delighted and pleased to collaborate with Covergirl, and I can’t wait to share more about my favorite items from the brand,” the singer of “Half of My Hometown” said.
On Instagram, the singer revealed the good news and an outtake from her first photoshoot with the brand. “Y’ALL, EASY, BREEZY, BEAUTIFUL!!!! Since I was a small child, being a @covergirl was on my bucket list. She posted a video of herself playing guitar, “They’ve always seemed reachable to me through any age, phase of life, or event.” “It’s a full-circle moment, and I’m so pleased to join the CG family formally,” she says. “From playing with cosmetics in middle school to getting ready for some of the greatest stages I’ve been fortunate enough to perform on, it’s a full-round moment, and I’m so glad to join the CG family officially.”
Many of Ballerini’s admirers congratulated her, with many stating that she was the ideal face for the company. “Ummmm! This is incredible!!! This is the ideal individual for the job!!!! “Proud of you,” commented one admirer, while another added, “Beautiful inside and out.” Congrats.” “Oh, this is huge!!” said someone else.
Ballerini claimed that the CoverGirl mascara is her “can’t live without” product in an interview with Us Weekly in November 2021. “I used to do lash extensions, but it was too much labor and money,” she told Stylish exclusively.
The singer also discussed how, through time, she has come to grips with appreciating her innate beauty. “I believe I’m continually changing, and it hasn’t always been a love affair with myself and my appearance — it’s been a journey. What is important to me has been re-calibrated. It’s not about how I appear as much as it is about how I feel. It helped me in my healing journey when I relocated that value to where it needed to be.”
You must have been practicing!