Blake Shelton’s rumored fiance, Gwen Stefani seems to be starting the year right. The Used To Love You singer landed another achievement in her career as she is now the new face of Revlon.
Gwen Stefani joined the famous cosmetics line, Revlon as their latest endorser and global ambassador. According to PEOPLE.com, Blake Shelton’s girlfriend will be joining the lineup of Halle Berry, Olivia Wilde and Ciara who are also serving as the spokeswomen of the famous cosmetic brand.
There is no doubt that Stefani always used makeup to complete her daily look. She had been wearing nude lips and bold eyebrows recently, which could be one of the reasons why she landed the new endorsement.
“Ever since I was a young girl, I have used makeup as a form of self-expression,” Stefani said in an interview. “I am passionate about makeup and how it can showcase your individuality and creativity. Partnering with an iconic beauty brand such as Revlon felt like a natural fit.”
Stefani even shared that her iconic lip look was an idea from her grandmother, as she gave the music artist a burgundy-colored lipstick. It is now her iconic lip color. The Misery singer thinks wearing heavy eyebrows would make her look retro and neat at the same time.
The report further claimed that Stefani did her own makeup throughout her tours and concerts, as she prefers to do it herself. She also collaborated with Urban Decay for a colorful cosmetics collection back in 2015.
Gwen Stefani and rumors about a baby
In another report, Gossip Cop debunked the story of Stefani having a baby with Shelton. The couple is not pregnant despite reports from tabloids. The story of her kids excited to have another sibling is reportedly not true as well.
An insider claimed that “Gwen knows that, with her age, time is ticking and a baby should come first — they can marry whenever. Blake agrees,” yet the site recently busted the false claim.
Stefani and Shelton are still very much together. However, the two have not responded to the rumors of marriage and even engagement until now.