spokesmodel


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spokes·mod·el

 (spōks′mŏd′l)
n.
A model employed to promote a commercial product or service, as through advertisements or public appearances.
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"She recently became a spokesmodel forAmerican Apparel alongside fellow "Drag Race" stars Willam Belli and Courtney Act.
She is also a spokesmodel for a new cosmetic line called "Confidently Ready," by Josie Passantino.
After attending the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, Charles, a former CoverGirl spokesmodel, posted an Instagram Story promoting the beauty ingestible brand, SugarBearHair.
The singer, 35, first joined the French hair and beauty giant as a "spokesmodel" in 2009 while she was a judge on the show.
Speaking to The Mirror, a L'Oreal Paris UK spokesperson said: "Following discussions with Cheryl and her team earlier this year, we can confirm that our spokesmodel partnership has come to an end, however she continues to be a friend of the brand.
Cheryl added "I have had an amazing experience as L'Oreal Paris' UK spokesmodel for the past nine years and have loved working with the team over there.
Her salary from being a cosplayer spokesmodel at other booths are a different matter altogether.
She became a celebrity spokesmodel for Guess in 2011.
Many Americans are thrilled that Gerber Foods has chosen to recognize the promise and potential of children with special needs by selecting Lucas as its spokesmodel.
After setting her sights on New York, Parsons began assisting world-renowned artists which found her working at fashion shows around the globe and she met Maybelline New York spokesmodel, Gigi Hadid.
Afia's appointment comes shortly after CoverGirl announced makeup artist and social media star James Charles as its first male spokesmodel.