The 37-year-old actress, who has been a face for Procter and Gamble's (P&G) Cover Girl brand since 2007, has decided to create her own line, reported Sun online.
She is said to be waiting until her contract with P&G ends, before releasing the beauty products, which will be sold exclusively to American retailer Wal-Mart. The 'Charlie's Angels' star has teamed up with Italian-based supplier of cosmetics, make-up and skin care Intercos.
It would be the actress' first time branching into the beauty market and it is believed the project will also be the first full make-up brand to be developed from scratch. "Drew continues to be a Cover Girl. As a rule, we don't discuss the details of our contracts with our celebrities and ambassadors," a spokeswoman from P&G said.