Marsai Martin Named Clinique’s Newest Face and Brand Ambassador

by Xara Aziz
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Marsai Martin has just been named Clinique’s newest ambassador and first to be the global brand’s Partner Producer.

In her new role, the Texas native will collaborate with the makeup and skincare line across several projects, including story curation and photography roles in an attempt to reach Gen Z customers.

The Estée Lauder-owned brand said it is looking forward to its partnership with Martin, who it believes will bring a fresh new perspective to the company’s missions, vision and values.

“We are thrilled to welcome Marsai as a Clinique brand ambassador and first-ever Partner Producer,” Michelle Freyre, President, Global Brands at Clinique and Origins told Cosmetic Business.

“Her confidence and creative intellect truly embodies Clinique’s brand values,” she added. “We are impressed by her brave conversations, achievements, and the impact she has made as an actress, producer, and philanthropist and look forward to collaborating with her to incorporate her vision of modern beauty and culture into Clinique storytelling.”

The 18-year-old star rose to fame in her portrayal of Diane Johnson in the hit show Black-ish. She was just ten at the time of her role in the show, which led to several awards and nominations.

She would later become the youngest person to produce a movie: the 2019 comedy Little, which she worked on at 13 years old. The same year, TIME named her a TIME 100 Next.

Last year, she was the face of Make Up For Ever’s HD Skin Foundation.

“I’m so excited to join Clinique as a brand ambassador and Partner Producer,” Martin said. “It’s no secret how much I love skin care, and it’s such an honor to partner with an iconic beauty brand who takes pride in creating safe formulas for all skin types. I look forward to creating magic that showcases the Clinique mission with a new vibe.”

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