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Ayesha Curry is the Newest Face of CoverGirl

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Ayesha Curry is adding yet another accolade to her growing resume and is cooking up something for the makeup aisle! The superstar mother of two, New York Times Bestseller’s List cookbook author, and host of Food Network’s Ayesha’s Home Kitchen just scored a new gig as the new face of CoverGirl.

On Wednesday (September 20), the wife and mom took to Instagram to announce the exciting new partnership. “My first makeup memory was running down the beauty aisles with my mom getting to pick my very own lipstick. It was a COVERGIRL pink glittery lipstick that made me feel so good about myself – even though it probably wasn’t my shade. Well, I am so excited to share that now I get to take my baby girls down those same aisles, and they get to see their mama as a #COVERGIRL! I am so honored and thrilled to join the iconic women of the #COVERGIRL family and be a part of a brand that empowers women to embrace their originality.”

Feeling blessed and grateful. Still such a dream. So happy I can finally tell everyone!!! @covergirl #COVERGIRLMADE

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“My philosophy is all about seeking joy and creating balance in life,” Curry shared in a press release per E!.“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.”

According to E!, the bright-eyed beauty will kick off her collaboration with the cosmetic company with a new product: the Peacock Flare Mascara. Set to hit shelves November 2017, the new product promises a glamorous yet dramatic look with just a few coats. Curry will be joining the likes of other CoverGirl ambassadors of color including Janelle Monáe, Queen Latifah, Zendaya, and Insecure creator Issa Rae.

In addition to this new venture on the beauty front, Curry is also the co-founder of Cheeky Kids. The 28-year old is using her love for food and others to end childhood hunger. According to the Cheeky Kids website, the company that creates reusable place settings and lunchboxes tailored for little ones, is helping end childhood hunger and feeding the less fortunate. Cheeky is also committed to volunteering at local food agencies every month and uses their platform to raise awareness to end hunger.

13 million kids struggle with hunger in America. That makes me angry. #NoKidHungry #hangry Visit NoKidHungry.org

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