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Gabrielle Union looks pretty in pink in Chicago

She was having a good hair day on Thursday. 

Gabrielle Union looked Flawless as she promoted her hair care line at Ulta Beauty in Chicago, Illinois.

The 42-year-old flashed her cleavage in a pretty sleeveless pink New York & Company dress that showcased her sculpted arms. 

Flawless: Gabrielle Union looked Flawless as she promoted her hair care line at Ulta Beauty in Chicago, Illinois on Thursday

She paired it with stylish black and gold heels with metallic ankle clasps.

Before heading out the actress posted a selfie, giving a shout out to the team who helped her look her best. 

‘Feeling like a [Queen] in my @nyandcompany dress & @invictawatch,’ she captioned it. ‘Can’t. Tell. Me. Nada.’ 

She also tagged her make-up artist Troye Antonio, her stylist Thomas Christosher, her hair stylist Rico Rob, and the company who provided the extensions Latched and Hooked Beauty.

Pretty in pink: The 42-year-old flashed her cleavage in a pretty sleeveless pink New York & Company dress that showcased her sculpted arms

Pretty in pink: The 42-year-old flashed her cleavage in a pretty sleeveless pink New York & Company dress that showcased her sculpted arms

Cute: She paired it with stylish black and gold heels with metallic ankle clasps

Cute: She paired it with stylish black and gold heels with metallic ankle clasps

Despite the watch making her feel like emoji royalty, she appeared to shed it before taking the photos at the event later in the night.

Union launched Flawless – a line of hair care products catered to people with textured hair – earlier this year.

‘Through my time in Hollywood, I have been in a thousand different situations where the people who work in glam just had no idea how to deal with textured hair,’ she told Allure during the summer.

Knows her stuff: Union launched Flawless - a line of hair care products catered to people with textured hair - earlier this year

Knows her stuff: Union launched Flawless – a line of hair care products catered to people with textured hair – earlier this year

Niche: The actress previously claimed she'd been in 'a thousand different situations where the people who work in glam in Hollywood just had no idea how to deal with textured hair'

Niche: The actress previously claimed she’d been in ‘a thousand different situations where the people who work in glam in Hollywood just had no idea how to deal with textured hair’

‘I would get on set and they’d be like, ‘Why doesn’t your hair look like it did in the picture?’ Meanwhile I just showed up like I was told to, with clean hair fresh from the shower. 

‘But the stylists on set had no idea how to do my hair from start to finish. So they’d do things like spray an alcohol-based product in my hair before flat-ironing it,’ she revealed.

‘I became this weird guinea pig where they would try to make it work with whatever products they had. Over the years, I made mental notes about what works, what products should be used together, what products should never be used together.’

Team effort: Before heading out the actress posted a selfie, giving a shout out to the team who helped her look her best

Team effort: Before heading out the actress posted a selfie, giving a shout out to the team who helped her look her best

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