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Ayesha Curry takes her place alongside Queen Latifah, Katy Perry, Sofia Vergara and Issa Rae as the latest face of beauty brand Covergirl.

The news comes after the Food Network star and wife of NBA baller Stephen Curry announced her partnership with the brand just last week.



This is the first ever beauty campaign for the chef and bestselling author.

“My philosophy is all about seeking joy and creating balance in life,” Ayesha stated in a press release. “I’ve shared a lot about how I do this with food, family and faith, and now, through my partnership with Covergirl, I want to share how makeup helps create those moments of happiness, confidence and self-expression.”

Curry will kick off her collaboration with a new product: the Peacock Flare Mascara. The new lash product “promises drama and glamour with a few coats—perfect for her look and on-camera projects as a chef,” according to E!

The new product hits shelves in November.

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7 thoughts on “Ayesha Curry Is The New Face Of CoverGirl

  1. This has nothing do to with any of the ladies as I love & respect them but does anyone find it ironic that after Rhianna creates her makeup line now Cover Girl has 2 VERY FAMOUS black women as the “new face”??

  2. B. Davis on said:

    I totally agree with Mrs. Curry and respect her Godly character and choice of “not showing” her body as many other famous women do. A woman can be “sexy/stylish” without vulgarly showing her private assets and remain a Godly woman. There are plenty of very stylish clothing that will enhance a woman without allowing her to look “homely” or “slutty”. I am a slim, healthy 55 year old married woman, who chooses to try to live a Godly life to include dressing in an appropriate manner at any event. This is rare and I embrace those women who also allow their Godly spirit to “speak” oppose to showing their bodies as a form of expression.

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