Tyra Banks is already a force to be reckoned with in the beauty industry, and now she's upping the stakes again with the launch of a new skincare line, Tyra Skin. The 42-year-old took to Instagram on Tuesday to announce her exciting news, revealing that the project is part of her Tyra Beauty range.
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Tyra Banks is launching a skincare range
In a short clip shared with her 4.5 million followers, Tyra revealed that she was inspired to create new products after she was left "dissatisfied" by the current skincare ranges available, adding that she "wanted more".
In the accompanying caption, the America's Next Top Model presenter explained that she has been working on her new venture for years, and revealed her excitement at being able to share it with the world.
She already wows fans with her radiant complexion
"This is the result of years of hard 'werk' and research with my team, making sure we did things OUR way," she wrote. "Watch to see why skincare is so important to me and why @TYRABeauty's new skincare line is such a big part of me. Click the link in my bio to watch the full video. #TyraYears."
The American star is no stranger to the world of beauty – not only does she have her own Tyra Beauty cosmetics range, but she is also hailed as a beauty icon by her legions of fans, often sharing her tips and tricks on social media.
Tyra already boasts an impressive career including her jobs as a model, actress, TV presenter and businesswoman, so it comes as no surprise that she has been asked to share her wisdom with future generations.
Tyra is set to co-teach a class at Stanford Business School
The Life-Size star revealed earlier this year that she will be co-teaching a class on personal branding at Stanford Business School in 2017.
Tyra has previously spoken candidly about building her empire, and revealed that she enrolled into an executive education programme at Harvard Business School when she was younger to gain experience.
"My career and my business has gotten to where it is because of my gut," she told Fortune at the time. "In order to take my business to next level, for it to scale, to leave a true legacy, I needed the book smarts, I needed the minds of those professors, I needed the education to get there. I do not think I could do it without the education."