On Easter Sunday, Hailey Bieber startled her millions of followers by posting a selfie of herself wearing a strapless cream dress with a bunny-ears filter.
Hailey Bieber celebrates Easter Sunday by donning a bunny ears headband and a strapless cream dress
The 26-year-old model utilized Instagram’s Story feature to thrill her 49.4 million fans.
The founder of Rhode Skincare posed for a photo outside, standing in a cream-colored strapless dress beside a tree.
She wished her followers a “Happy Easter” and included a yellow heart and an emoji of a baby chick.
The model’s signature belly cutout dress revealed her ample cleavage and glowing tan.
Mrs. Bieber also made a short video of herself soaking up the rays while wearing a bunny ears filter.
Her blunt bob haircut was a light brown color, and it was parted down the middle. She put on a minimal amount of makeup and accessorized with a pair of little gold croissant earrings.
Hailey also posted a photo of herself and Lauren Ratner, the head of brand for the Rhode Island company, together.
Both women showed off their immaculate manicures, Hailey’s being French and Lauren’s being red.
She donned a yellow dress trimmed with white lace and let her long brown hair hang down.
The marketing whiz uploaded the photo with a single white heart symbol in her Instagram Stories.
The Rhode team has been working around the clock to release their new passionfruit flavored peptide lip therapy.
Last week, Bieber posted the sexy photos to Instagram with the caption, ‘PASSIONFRUIT JELLY. New passionfruit jelly peptide lip treatment is coming 4/6 sign up for the waitlist now rhodeskin.com @rhode.’
Hailey’s Rhode skincare line will be available in June 2022. Since then, business has been booming.
After less than a year, Bieber is planning a global expansion, with the line’s launch in Canada to be followed by a branch in the United Kingdom.
Hailey was named to Forbes magazine’s 30 Under 30 list last fall, where she was recognized for her thriving business.
Hailey revealed in the accompanying interview that she and her business partners went through several rounds of reformulating products during the development process until they met her standards, while keeping the price tag on any product under $30.