Olivia Rodrigo is Glossier's first-ever celebrity ambassador

#youlookgood

BEAUTYcrew Content Producer / April 20 2022

Glossier has always been synonymous with lowkey, cool-girl beauty but there’s never been a singular face to represent the brand’s cult-worthy products. That is until now…

The beauty brand has a history of employing a slew of influencers and Internet it-girls to represent their low-fuss makeup products and streamlined skin care. But Olivia Rodrigo just let slip via Instagram that she has partnered with the brand, taking out the title for Glossier’s first-ever celebrity ambassador.

Rodrigo shared a video of Glossier’s #youlookgood campaign via Instagram and said in the caption of the collaboration: “I’m so excited to announce I'm partnering with @glossier!!!!” 

The dreamy #youlookgood campaign centres around feeling and looking good, which manifests for Rodrigo in a number of ways… 

A confessional montage details the 19-year-old’s love for “glowy and shiny” makeup, winged eyeliner is her most “favourite thing in the world”, and she feels “the best in makeup that I feel enhances what I have naturally.”

If you were a little more transfixed by Rodrigo’s many faces of makeup in the campaign, we completely understand. Luckily, Glossier shared a sneak peek of the products that were used for one of the looks featuring the pop star’s glowing visage. 

Unsurprisingly, iconic Glossier products like the stretch concealer, boy brow and cloud paint all made an appearance. 

Image credit: @glossier

Rodrigo may have been sporting the brand’s ultralip on her pout, but the biggest question on our lips is when are we getting this stuff downunder? 

Please Glossier, we’re begging you at this point… 

Want to know the secret to getting skin like the pop star? This is Olivia Rodrigo’s skin care routine. 

Main image credit: @glossier

Briar is a Content Producer at BEAUTYcrew. She is a self-professed skin care obsessive, always on the hunt for the perfect mascara, and can't go past a plumping lipgloss.

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