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Leslie Bibb's Newest Role: Almay Ambassador

07/02/2008 at 09:44 AM ET

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With recent films like Ironman and Talladega Nights under her belt, model-turned-actress Leslie Bibb is returning to her catwalk roots. Almay confirms to PEOPLE that Bibb has been appointed as their global brand ambassador, joining supermodels Elaine Irwin Mellencamp and Marina Theiss. And Bibb, who was discovered during a 1990 Oprah Winfrey Show model search with Elite Models, is thrilled to be back. “The Almay Woman is pure, fresh, and natural, which is how I try to be everyday,” she says. “It is a tremendous honor to be partnering with a brand which shares the same sensibilities on life and beauty.” Tell us: What do you think about Almay’s choice of Bibb as their newest ambassador?

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leticia on

Sure she is beautiful but she looks rail thin-beauty ads relay that you should be anorexic to be considered beautiful. If the cosmetic companies really want fresh faces-they need to look for real people who are healthy and happy and have great skin and smiles

jane on

Leslie Bibb is beautiful

Myra Kohler on

Hi, I am searching for an Almay lip color called Toffee. Is it available anywhere? Can I get it direct if not available in store?

If no longer made, which colors are closest to the shade Toffee?

Thanks, Myra

backsavekkk on

yeah?

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