Gwen Stefani was phenomenal on her first season of The Voice, and some fans are bummed she won't return for the next season. That doesn't mean they can't still enjoy their favorite judge. In addition to Gwen's music, fans can soon buy something new she'll eventually be peddling on the retail market. In addition to her fashion line, Gwen Stefani has a new lipstick line in the works.
"I am working on some lipsticks,” Stefani told People magazine on Tuesday. “This red that I’m wearing right now is a prototype.”
As anyone who has seen Gwen Stefani on either the concert stage or The Voice knows, she loves lipstick. She is known for wearing brilliant reds that complement her fair skin and platinum hair color.
“I wear so many different shades, but I’m not super into the orange-reds,” she explained. “I have investigated them lately a lot.”
— Young Hollywood (@younghollywood) January 28, 2015
The No Doubt front woman insists that her love of fashion and makeup hasn't changed all that much since she was in high school. She does admit, however, that it has evolved.
“I’m kind of always evolving, but I think that style is also your personality, so I’m always going to be the same person,” Gwen Stefani said. “What I wore in a high school is a version of what I wear now. I still love Hollywood glamour; I still love everything old school.”
In addition to her stint on The Voice and her Grammy-winning music career, Stefani is married to rocker Gavin Rossdale, and is mom to sons Kingston, Zuma, and Apollo. Yet despite her life's accomplishments, there is one thing that catches her off guard every time.
It's when she finds herself walking a red carpet--for most any kind of special event.
“This is so weird. What am I doing here? Who am I?”
She's Gwen Stefani. And the only person she's surprising with her success is herself. Gwen will even be performing at this year's Grammy Awards, as will her fellow coach on The Voice, Adam Levine.
— Paste Magazine (@PasteMagazine) January 29, 2015
Will you check out Gwen's lipstick when it hits the retail market?