Blake Lively Scores a L’Oréal Contract

It's been a hot minute since we've seen Blake Lively act in anything, but the girl sure knows how to rack up those beauty contracts. The former Gossip Girl star, who's been the face of Gucci's Premiere fragrance for over a year now, has just been named the newest spokesmodel for L’Oréal Paris.
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It's been a hot minute since we've seen Blake Lively act in anything, but the girl sure knows how to rack up those beauty contracts. The former Gossip Girl star, who's been the face of Gucci's Premiere fragrance for over a year now, has just been named the newest spokesmodel for L’Oréal Paris.
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It's been some time since we've seen Blake Lively act in anything, but the girl sure knows how to rack up those beauty contracts. The former Gossip Girl star, who's been the face of Gucci's Premiere fragrance for over a year now, has just been named the newest spokesmodel for L’Oréal Paris.

A press release announcing the partnership says Lively "has become a beauty icon for a whole generation with her gorgeous gold-dipped hair, luminous gaze and drop-dead smile" and "embodies all the modern codes of Hollywood glamour." She will appear in campaigns for cosmetics, hair care, hair color, and more.

Vogue Paris spoke to the 26-year-old fashion plate about her new gig, which sees her joining forces with fellow L’Oréal babes Julianne Moore, Beyonce, Doutzen Kroes, Jennifer Lopez, and more. "It's an honor to join such a prestigious brand--and such an impressive family of ambassadors [who] are not just beautiful women, they are women of character, not to [mention] power," said Lively. "They sing, act in major films, and make their voices heard. It's magical for me to be able to say that I'm a member of the same club."

Lively also revealed that one of her favorite L’Oréal products is Color Riche Extraordinaire lip color--which won't even be available until 2014. That's right, people: Blake Lively has seen the future... and it's extraordinary.