Ellen DeGeneres is not the first name that pops into my head when I think of femininity and beauty product models. However, Ellen DeGeneres has been announced as the new spokesmodel for CoverGirl.
Ellen DeGeneres will be starring in a new ad campaign that will launch in January 2009 for CoverGirl, a makeup line by Procter & Gamble Cosmetics.
“Ellen is the quintessential CoverGirl,” said Esi Eggleston Bracey, a Procter & Gamble vice president, in a statement. “She is smart, confident, natural and beautiful from the inside out.”
Ellen DeGeneres for CoverGirl
1. Non-traditional Spokesmodels - Brands are partnering with unexpected individuals to represent their products, challenging traditional notions of beauty and femininity.
2. Authentic Marketing Campaigns - Brands are embracing real individuals as spokesmodels to connect with consumers on a more genuine and relatable level.
3. Diversity and Inclusion in Beauty Advertising - Beauty brands are featuring a diverse range of individuals in their marketing campaigns to promote inclusivity and cater to a wider audience.
1. Beauty and Cosmetics - Adapting to non-traditional spokesmodels can open up new marketing opportunities to reach diverse consumer segments.
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3. Entertainment and Media - Collaborating with popular personalities like Ellen DeGeneres can give brands access to a large and loyal fan base, boosting brand visibility and credibility.