The queen of the swinging 60s mod scene is still going strong!
Twiggy, who shot to stardom in the London fashion world at age 16 with her blonde pixie cut and doe eyes, is now reportedly L’Oréal’s new UK ambassador.
“I’m so proud to represent the brand,” gushes the gorgeous model. “I [want to show women to] never be afraid of trying something new.”
Twiggy modeling in January 1966. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
So she’s teaming up again with hairdresser Daniel Galvin, who gave her those famous light locks, to promote L’Oréal Professional’s new blonde formula, Majirel High Lift.
“I totally transformed her look into that stunning and remarkable blonde urchin, which led her to launch as the world’s first supermodel,” says Galvin.
These days, the face of the 1960s is finally comfortable in her 65-year-old body and admits that her waif look wasn’t a realistic beauty aesthetic for most women.
To read the full story on Twiggy, pick up the new issue of ‘Closer Weekly,’ on newsstands now!