Long before she played a struggling actress on the TV sitcom "Cybill" and shocked the world with her uncanny portrayal of Martha Stewart, Cybill Shepherd was a CoverGirl. The Tennessee-born star was one of the brand's earliest models, appearing in ads that promoted the fresh-faced look.
In this 1970s commercial for CoverGirl Super Sheer Medicated Makeup, Shepherd turns on her girl-next-door charm. The lightweight foundation allows her natural beauty to come through (we even count a few beauty marks), and check out those super long lashes. This is truly "better than bare."
Things have changed a lot since then:
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