Gwen Stefani is the Gorgeous New Face of L'Oreal Paris!

01/13/2011 at 12:00 PM ET

Gwen Stefani Spokesmodel L'OrealCourtesy L’Oreal

Gwen Stefani is adding one more accomplishment to her growing list with the announcement to PEOPLE that she’s inked a deal as the next face of L’Oréal Paris. “I can’t believe I get to be one of the L’Oréal Paris girls,” says the star, “I love playing dress up, on stage or shooting videos, it’s always been one of my favorite parts of being in a band.” Of joining the brand’s stable of A-listers like Jennifer Lopez, Eva Longoria and Beyoncé Knowles, Stefani says, “To get to work with such a modern, talented group of people is really exciting. I’m a lucky, lucky girl.” Aptly enough for a star who’s made red lips her signature, Gwen’s first campaign will be for the brand’s Infallible Le Rouge lip color. And while she’s offered us a first look at an image from the set of her shoot (above), you’ll be able to catch her full commercial in just a few days, when it debuts during this Sunday’s Golden Globes. Tell us: What’s your take on Gwen Stefani as the newest face of L’Oréal Paris? –Katherine Kluznik Rentmeester

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[...] can’t believe I get to be one of the L’Oreal Paris girls,” Gwen said in a statement to People.com. “I love playing dress up, on stage or shooting videos, it’s always been one of my favorite [...]

Kim on

She really is beautiful. Some of you sound a tad jealous…

Nameless on

I think she has such a unique look. I remember that video where she is barely wearing makeup and that look is still there – it isn’t something she slathers on. I disagree that she isn’t beautiful … her features aren’t ‘perky’ but they are sexy and her eyes, her cheekbones. I like that she has a strong nose – not big not small. I still say I get her doing Agent Provocateur – but not L’oreal. L’oreal doesn’t suit her but I see most people disagree with me. I just don’t see her doing something Jennifer Lopez has done. Just my opinion. Cheers.

sandra nelson on

This photo of Gwen Stefani is truly a beautiful picture. She will be such an asset for L’Oreal to use in any country.

Jon on

I’m thrilled to hear that Gwen Stefani is the new face for L’Oreal Paris, this is all nice to hear!

Kristen Hoffpauir on

I was just a few feet away from her 2 summers ago when No Doubt was on tour. She really does look incredible for her age, even my husband said so. I took pics and videos with our camera and used the zoom feature. She is not airbrushed! lol

d.m. on

Nothing like a little air-brushing to make things look picture perfect. She does look nice, but in my opinion, it’s deceptive. There’s got to be some way to educate girls and young women that these pictures don’t even come close to reality and that yes, starlets — even good looking ones like Gwen — have flaws.

Tammy on

Hey R, I’m 45 and I have pretty darn good skin… not perfect but no one can ever guess my age. And I don’t have wrinkles and have never had any procedure done. But yes, she is photoshopped. They all are.

Bran on

About time L’Oreal got someone classy, beautiful, and talented! Good for you Gwen. I’m so excited for the new No Doubt album coming out this year :)

Mary on

Personally, I think Urban Decay would have been a much better fit for her.

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