Yesterday, the revolutionary Misty Copeland introduced nevertheless a further profession coup. The very first African American female principal dancer at the American Ballet Theatre is now the face of Estée Lauder’s Modern day Muse perfume. (Fitting, as she was as soon as a muse to Prince.)
Commonly, it’s supermodels and actresses who land these kinds of substantial profile, beneficial gigs. It’s refreshing to see a major cosmetics organization branching out. “We see Misty as possessing the capacity to connect to girls,” Geri Schachner, a senior vice president for global communications at Estée Lauder, informed the The New York Moments. “It’s genuinely about the point that she is an inspiration, particularly to young women. We want to connect with persons who genuinely see her as a position model — not just as a dancer, but as a girl.”
To rejoice her very first beauty campaign, Glamour requested the Less than Armour spokesmodel to demonstrate off both of those her ballerina and mascara wand-wielding expertise — at the identical damn time. In the resulting video clip, Copeland (who, enjoyment point, did her have hair and make-up for her Gregg Delman-lensed Rizzoli book) fluffs her lashes though on pointe and blots her lipstick with her knee during a standing break up, NBD.
Look at as Copeland shares her “ballerina beauty hacks” in the clip underneath, and put together to sense significantly impressed.
[ by using Glamour ]