Normani and Camila Mendes have actually been revealed as Urban Decay’s latest Global Citizens.
The 24- year-old music star and 25- year-old Riverdale starlet, in addition to vocalist G.E.M, partnered with the cosmetics brand name for its Pretty Different campaign, which commemorates the 3 women for their uniqueness and advocacy.
The trio will likewise include in the advertisements for Urban Decay’s latest release in its Naked series, the Ultraviolet Eye Shadow Combination.
And Normani described that she intends on utilizing her platform as a Global Citizens to additional Black representation in the beauty market.
“I want to amplify Black stories to help dismantle systemic racism,” she informed Elle publication. “I wholeheartedly believe that through this collaboration, I have a real opportunity and obligation to the Black community not only to lift my voice but all of theirs through this mission and journey to have more representation and justice inside and out of the beauty industry.”
The Inspiration hitmaker later on took to Instagram to share her delight at being chosen by the beauty brand name, exposing she wishes to maximize her brand-new role.
“They have trail-blazed and challenged the industry’s definition of beauty since the beginning. They stand with marginalized groups by showing that makeup should be and can be inclusive for everyone,” Normani composed. “We need to celebrate beauty in every color. We need representation across the beauty industry and I hope to use my platform to amplify the voices of my community.”
Camila likewise discussed her love for the brand name, and informed her followers and fans on Instagram that she has had a long-lasting appreciation for Urban Decay.
“Growing up, I always admired them as a brand that championed diversity and celebrated individuality, and I feel that stronger now than ever,” the starlet shared. “It’s important to support brands that actively do the work to be inclusive. Beauty comes in all shapes and colors, and it’s imperative that we see that reflected in the beauty industry.”