8 Latinas Who Have Represented COVERGIRL!

Easy, breezy, beautiful – COVERGIRL. The iconic brand has featured many a spokesmodel, but there are a few Latinas who have lent their names and faces. See who has been featured in campaigns:

1. Becky G

Becky G

One of the youngest COVERGIRL models, the 17-year-old was signed at 16, joining other beauties such as Sofia Vergara and Queen Latifah. "I think it's really cool that COVERGIRL is giving me this opportunity to inspire other girls to work it, own it, love it no matter what you're like or where you're from because that's what being beautiful is all about," said Becky in the release. "Even when I'm in sweatpants, if I have makeup on, I feel like I can rock the world."

2. Sofia Vergara

Sofia Vergara

The Colombian bombshell joined the COVERGIRL ranks in 2011.“I have loved playing with makeup ever since I was a little girl," Vergara said in a statement. “And now, I am so honored to join the line up of extraordinary women that are and have been COVERGIRLs, and to be a part of a brand that is so committed to helping women look and feel beautiful."

3. Dania Ramirez

Dania Ramirez

The Dominican beauty signed in 2009, telling People.com: “I’m bringing my story, a story of struggle and hard work. Not speaking the language [when I got to America] and trying to figure out my definition of beauty, you learn to recognize the beauty in all of us. It takes a strong person to get where I’ve got."

4. Soledad O'Brien

Soledad O'Brien

Soledad O'Brien partnered with COVERGIRL to empower young girls! “There are thousands of inspirational stories waiting to be told about young women who yearn for a great education," said O'Brien in a release. "They are stories of struggle and stories of success, and they will inspire others to take action and work to change lives. CoverGirl's Girls CAN movement is perfectly aligned with my passion for helping young women overcome life's challenges, and my commitment to highlighting girls' successes. I am thrilled to partner with CoverGirl to embark on this exciting journey to improve the lives of girls and women in the world."

5. Jaslene Gonzalez

Jaslene Gonzalez

The winner of Cycle 8 of America's Next Top Model, the Puerto Rican became the face of COVERGIRL cosmetics with her win and contract.

6. Marlen Esparza

Marlen Esparza

The boxer and Olympian became a spokesmodel for COVERGIRL in their Olympics partnership in 2012. “This competition empowers me in so many ways, and that’s why I am proud to partner with CoverGirl, a brand that believes in female empowerment as much as I do," she said. COVERGIRL's marketing director Bruce Katsman told NBC Latino that “Marlen’s role goes beyond advertising, and includes helping all women feel beautiful and strong because she believes in the power and strength in beauty and uses that confidence in the ring and in the game of life”.

7. Ana de la Reguera

Ana de la Reguera

The actress signed in 2007 and represented COVERGIRL international campaigns alongside Queen Latifah and Drew Barrymore.