THREE Muswellbrook Girls Academy students will be the faces of an international advertising campaign next month.
Lily Cubillo, Janarli Northey and Lequisha Yule are starring for Australian cosmetics company, Australis, during its promotion in October.
The trio, who participate in the Girls Academy program for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander pupils at Muswellbook High School, were in Sydney for their photo shoot on Friday.
Girls Academy and Australis collaborated to give the youngsters the chance to shine.
The Fresh and Flawless campaign will represent Australian women from diverse backgrounds, with the Girls Academy joining models and social media influencers to bring the 30 shades of foundation to life across Australia, New Zealand, India, Singapore and the Philippines.
Muswellbrook Girls Academy program manager Elizabeth Howard accompanied the students to the shoot and said they "did an incredible job".
"The production team said they were naturals," she added.
Janarli thanked the Girls Academy and Australis for the opportunity.
"It was so much fun," she said.
"It was such a great experience and the gift bags that were left at the hotel for us were a nice surprise."
"I have really curly hair and I don't like it that much," Lequisha chipped in.
"I always straighten it.
"So, it was interesting that they loved my curls and embraced them in the photoshoot."
Lily said being involved in the shoot for Australis was "an amazing experience, one that I will never forget".
"I loved everything we did and feel like I've built a bond with the other girls," she explained.