New York, NY, June 1, 2016 – Award-winning color brand, Cargo Cosmetics, has tapped Hawaiian singer and songwriter, Anuhea to be the face of their Spring/Summer 2017 collection.
“I’ve always been a fan of Cargo Cosmetics,” says the vocalist.“I need makeup that I can rely on. The portable packaging is great when I am on tour and performing under hot lights. It is an honor to be associated with the brand’s new collection inspired by Hawaii’s beauty.”
“Anuhea’s natural beauty, exotic style and magnetic charisma embody the spirit of Hawaii making her an ideal choice for this collaboration,” says Brian Robinson, President of Cargo Cosmetics. “Her authenticity and uniqueness set her apart from the mainstream. We are both excited and proud to have her representing Cargo.”
Cargo Cosmetics’ Hawaiian Spring/Summer 2017collection will debut in over 1,100 Kohl’s department stores in February 2017. Anuhea will appear in all elements of the brand’s comprehensive marketing campaign including print and digital advertising, in-store displays, public relations, event appearances and social media.
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About Cargo Cosmetics
For 20 years, Cargo Cosmetics has been a staple on the sets of film and television as well as in the makeup bags of women worldwide. High-definition foundations that escape the scrutiny of HD cameras and first-to-market innovations have created a loyal following amongst the world’s most renowned makeup artists. An industry insider favorite, Cargo has received some of the beauty industry’s most prestigious awards. Visit www.cargocosmetics.com for additional information.
Hawaiian born singer and songwriter, Anuhea, is one of the most popular talents to originate from Hawaii. She charted top ten on the iTunes Pop, R&B and Reggae charts as well as the Billboard Heatseakers and World Music Charts. Anuhea has shared the stage with Bruno Mars, Babyface, Al Green, FloRida, Hoobastank, Jack Johnson and Ziggy Marley. She won two Na Hoku Hanohano Awards, Hawaii’s version of the Grammy’s, for Contemporary Album of the Year and Most Promising Artist. Eight of her songs consecutively made it to #1 in Hawaii including, “Higher than the Clouds.”