Allison Williams has officially arrived.
The "Girls" star landed on everyone's radar playing the uptight but lovable Marnie on her HBO show, but now we can confirm that she's on her way to becoming a bonafide Hollywood heavyweight: The actress has landed a beauty contract with Simple Skincare. People reports that Ms. Williams even shot a full-length commercial for the brand -- congrats, girl!
While this isn't as major as, say, a deal with CoverGirl, Max Factor or any other global cosmetics company, campaigns like these are usually markers of a successful career as a celebrity. Think: Lea Michele for L'Oreal, Emma Stone for Revlon and Kristen Stewart for Balenciaga's Florabotanica fragrance. Basically, this locks down a whole lot of cash and visibility for a rising star. Allison told people why she's happy to serve as the face of Simple Skincare in particular:
“I do have sensitive skin, actually, and it’s been really hard to find products that don’t make it inflamed, or red or dry, or make it break out. It’s really complicated, but I’ve learned that it’s the case for more people than not. I don’t know how many people have unproblematic skin -- that’s rare.”
OK, we'll believe Allison has bad skin approximately... never. That aside, we're happy to see the 24-year-old coming into her own. She's been wowing on the red carpet recently and impressing us with her Kate Middleton impression, so we can't wait to see what else she has in store.
Click over to People.com to read more about Allison Williams' new gig.
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