Has the freedom to endorse any other beauty products following her part ways with Victoria's Secret, Gisele Bundchen is taking over a new gig. The supermodel, who was once claimed the highest paid among world's supermodels, has just scored a two-year endorsement deal with international cosmetics firm Max Factor, which is widely believed to be worth $2.5 million.
Gisele, according to E! News as being told by a source, has inked a deal to be the face of Max Factor's brands worldwide with "The campaign will start by summer."
No denial nor verification just yet from Gisele herself nor from Max Factor. As for what's gonna happen to Carmen Electra, who's the current face of Max Factor's makeup line, a company spokesperson would only say "Max Factor can confirm that Carmen Electra is the face of the brand."
Gisele quit as the face of Victoria's Secret lingerie line May last year and has since then secured numbers of other deals, naming some are with cosmetic giant Cacharel, shoes company Grendene, and Dolce & Gabbana.