Bella Hadid is the new face of Dior make-up

Bella Hadid is the new face of Dior beauty, and will see her launch a string of beauty videos called Dior Make-up Live with Bella Hadid.

Bella Hadid is the new face of Dior make-up

Bella Hadid is the new face of Dior beauty.

The 19-year-old model - who signed to IMG Models in 2014 - has been announced as the ambassador for the luxury designer brand's make-up line on Monday (31.05.16).

The fashion house will celebrate the partnership with a string of beauty videos with Bella and the creative and image director of Dior cosmetics Peter Philip called Dior Make-up Live with Bella Hadid, which will launch on June 6.

Speaking to Vogue magazine about the upcoming clips, Peter said: "[Bella is] sharing her favourite items as she takes part in a fun and quirky make-up experience."

And the brunette beauty - who won the Daily Front Row's Model of the Year Award this year - is set to star in her first catwalk for Dior today as she graces the runway to showcase their Cruise 2017 collection, which will take place at Blenheim Palace in Oxford.

Meanwhile, Bella - who is currently dating singer songwriter The Weeknd, real name Abęl Makkonen Tesfaye - has revealed her busy schedule has been "non-stop" over the past few weeks.

Speaking previously, she said: "I've been travelling a lot more. I've been really working non-stop. I was in Paris for a job when the [Elle magazine] issue came out; I was in New York; I was home [in Los Angeles] for like a second ... [And] I was just in Cannes."

Although there are no signs Bella's modelling career will be slowing down any time soon, she has admitted she would like to venture into acting, but only if her involvement in the fashion industry was to come to an end.

Speaking previously about a change in career path, she said: "I want to give 100 per cent to modelling for as long as it takes, and then when I feel that it's time to move on, I'd very much like to try acting. And I think I would like to be an actress―or at least I'd like to see if I'm any good."

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