Cara Delevingne has revealed she's surprised she hasn't been asked to develop her own line of tweezers due to her famous bushy eyebrows.
Cara Delevingne wants her own line of tweezers.
The 21-year-old supermodel admits she is ''surprised'' that no major brand has attempted to cash in on her famous bushy eyebrows by asking her to promote the hair-removal tool.
Quizzed if she's been asked to put her name to a lot of products, Cara said: ''Not much. I'm quite surprised that nobody has asked me to do my own line of tweezers. I totally would love to do that. Or, like, mascara. Cara's Mascara! Ahahahaha.''
The candid starlet has designed her own bag for Mulberry - dubbed the Cara - and she was eager to put her stamp on all aspects of the accessory, which can be worn as both a backpack and a handbag.
She told the Daily Telegraph newspaper: ''If I put my name to something, and I am criticised for it, I want to know that I've at least had my full stamp on it.''
Before becoming a world-renowned model herself, Cara was a proud Mulberry bag owner - investing in the Alexa handbag, designed by Alexa Chung - and couldn't believe her luck when she was asked to design her own.
Describing the opportunity as a ''literal dream come true'', the beauty added: ''The first proper handbag I had was the Alexa and I wore it every day until it broke. And I remember actually meeting Alexa for the first time and being like, 'Oh my God, she's got a fricking handbag!' When they asked me I couldn't believe it, I thought they were lying.''
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