Stella Maxwell is the new face of MaxFactor.
The 25-year-old model has been announced as the global brand ambassador of the cosmetics company and has admitted her latest venture with the "iconic make-up brand" is a "dream come true", because she has always been a fan of the label ever since she was a young girl and would regularly steal her sister's MaxFactor products.
Speaking about her latest venture, the blonde beauty said: "Max Factor is such an iconic make-up brand and I love experimenting with make-up, so becoming the newest ambassador is a dream come true. I'm so excited to be joining my fellow Victoria's Secret Angel Candice.
"I remember stealing Max Factor products from my sister when I first discovered make-up and now, more than ever, I rely on the products for whatever my hectic schedule demands. I can't wait to reveal the new Max Factor launches for 2017!"
The catwalk icon - who has starred in campaigns for Jeremy Scott, Alexander McQueen, and Chanel - has taken to social media to broadcast the news.
And Stella has admitted she is "so excited" to have joined forces with the long standing company, and "can't wait" for all of the adventures she will undertake with the brand in the future.
Alongside a picture of Stella in the campaign, which was posted to her Instagram account, she wrote: "Couldn't be more excited to announce that i am the Newest Face of @maxfactor !!!!!!! Thank you so much to the MaxFactor Team, I can't wait for all adventures ahead. Stay tuned and head to @maxfactor for all the latest news [email protected] (sic)."
Meanwhile Stella - who was crowned the World's Most Beautiful Woman by Maxim magazine - has revealed her "positive" outlook on life has helped her to achieve her goals.
Speaking previously, she said: "I believe that thinking positively and envisioning the best possible outcome can add to your achievements. It doesn't always work out, but if I visualize myself getting what I want, it can happen. Positivity helps with everything in life.
"You hope for these things and you are grateful to be given the opportunity, and then you just have to throw yourself into the work."