Olivia Rodrigo tapped as Glossier's first-ever celebrity brand ambassador

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Executives at the make-up and skincare company announced on Tuesday that the Good 4 U hitmaker has signed on as an "official partner" and will offer her voice and perspective to upcoming product launches and creative campaigns.

"If I could send a note to the Glossier community, I'd say you look good exactly as you are," commented Olivia on the gig.

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The partnership has been in the works for several months, with the singer-songwriter meeting founder and chief executive officer Emily Weiss at Glossier's Los Angeles flagship store last year and wearing Glossier products to the 2022 Grammy Awards.

To celebrate the collaboration, the brand is to feature a few of the star's go-to products in a curated set called Olivia's Favourites. The kit includes brow pomade Boy Brow, lip product Ultralip, and brush-tip liquid eyeliner Pro Tip.

"Winged eyeliner is my favourite thing in the world. I always feel the best when I'm in makeup that I feel like enhances what I have naturally," she said on a video by Glossier.

“Beauty has always been a way for me to express myself,” she told Vogue

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