Teen Makeup Artist Just Became First Ever MALE Face Of CoverGirl.
CoverGirl is known for featuring beautiful models with skin complexions that make you want to stop eating fries and junk food altogether. But the makeup giant is known to only feature women on their beauty campaigns, products, and only work with gorgeous female models as ambassadors. So can a boy be a CoverGirl? 17-year-old James Charles is about to revolutionize the makeup industry with this stunning good looks and facial features that would make any girl want to learn how to contour. James is living proof that makeup is genderless.
James Charles can't even get drunk, at least not legally, but he's already gone where no man has gone before.
A lot of the credit goes to his contoured glory and of course the pop-star goddess, Katy Perry, who just so happens to be the CoverGirl ambassador.
Good old Katy dropped the coolest bombshell ever when she announced that the next CoverGirl would be... a boy!
Who could have imagined that his one-year documented work on Instagram would have gone viral? He sure as hell didn't!
Who wouldn't want to follow or worship Charles? He's a total babe and a wiz when it comes to makeup!
Just ask his 509,000 Instagram followers who are overly thrilled to like and leave supportive comments. If they could subscribe twice, they would. He's magnanimous!
NASA must've contacted CoverGirl when they saw his highlighter shine all the way into outerspace.
Ask what Charles' favorite beauty hack is and he'll scream,' fake freckles!' He'll use a light brown brow pencil to accentuate any look, CoverGirl or not, with cutesy freckles. But he is also a highlighter enthusiast. He was featured in a story recently where he asked to retake his school photos because he didn't think his highlighter was showing.
For Charles, coming up with a cool new look is the ultimate face off challenge.
He started his Instagram account as a way of challenging himself creatively. But of course, who wouldn't feel inspired by such an artistic genius?
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