Georgia May Jagger is the New Face of Garnier Fructis

Georgia May Jagger just landed herself a pretty major gig. The 20-year-old model is the new face of hair care brand, Garnier Fructis.

According to a statement from Garnier, Georgia has taken after her mother, model/actress Jerry Hall, when it comes to her career, and has the same rock’n’roll spirit has her father, Mick Jagger. It’s her energetic and genuine characteristics that caught the eye of Garnier Fructis.

I am thrilled to be working with the Fructis team. This brand is full of energy, very dynamic, with a strong expertise and commitment. I love the products, very accessible, easy to use with great results, Georgia said in a statement.  The brand develops products that really meet consumers’ needs. Fructis represents the strength of nature, and I feel very lucky to be part of this brand!

She added that Fructis is a brand that she shares core values with, making the partnership a no-brainer.

I recognize myself in the Fructis philosophy and I think we share the same core values: energy, team spirit, sense of humor, strength, Georgia said. Fructis is a brand that empowers people and gives them the opportunity to express their personality. When you have strong, healthy and beautiful hair, you instantly feel more confident. I am thrilled to represent such a modern brand.

Her young spirit and vivacious attitude is one that will be reflected in her upcoming campaign.

Her lifestyle and attitude, her natural-looking healthy beauty with that British touch, her curiosity and sense of humor are very unique and treasured by younger generations. Her ˜wit’ along with her smart beauty behaviours are precisely the philosophy and vision of beauty that Garnier Fructis champions since 1996, said Delphine Viguier, Global Brand President for Garnier Fructis.

You can see Georgia’s first Garnier Fructis campaign when it’s released in Canada in early September.

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