Vogue mag threw a star-studded beauty event in order to celebrate the Covergirl x Empire Collection. The makeup brand’s collaboration with the hit television show will allow ladies to add Empire inspired cosmetics to their beauty bags. More collection details will be released simultaneously with Empire’s return on March 30th.
All day Empire fans have been salivating over the news of the release. By the looks of things Covergirl is cornering an untapped market and will be met with success. A few comments we noticed on social media platforms in regards to the collection were:
“I know it’s just Covergirl but you know I love me some Empire! Hope we get this in Ulta!”
“I can’t wait!”
“BRILLIANT! So much diversity! Love it!”
“Slaying my life!”
As you can see, to say that fans are excited about the Covergirl x Empire Collection would be an understatement. Nevertheless, one burning question did come to the fore. Where in the world is Cookie? Lyons seems to be clearly missing from the ad campaign. We will definitely be on the lookout for answers to that mystery.
Nonetheless, as mentioned Vogue held a soirée for the Covergirl x Empire Collection. Supermodel Lais Ribiero attended looking as stunning as ever! Lais wore an all black Phillip Lim ensemble with jewelry by Jennifer Fisher.
Empire actress Serayah also rolled through with a smoky eye beauty look that could bring any man to his knees. Serayah is thrilled about the Covergirl collab and took to IG to express to fans just how she felt. She said,
“Such a dream come true, the little girl came out in me last night. Thank you so much. Covergirl, Vogue #Empire.”
Yes, many young girls dream of modeling within the pages of a major magazine or being the face of a brand. It looks like for a few talented actresses the dream has become a reality. Congrats to the ladies of Empire and we can’t wait to try out the collection!
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