The co-stars were totally twinning, sporting matching black fedoras and leather jackets in the campaign's first image. Henson rocks a bold pink lip in the fierce pic, while Smollett stares into the camera with his hands wrapped around her hips.
One hundred percent of the proceeds of Viva Glam lipsticks and lipglass go to the MAC AIDS Fund, which helps women, men and children living with and affected by HIV/AIDS -- and Henson and Smollet couldn't be more excited to join the cause.
"Excited to have@jussiesmollett join me and@MACcosmetics on the #VIVAGLAMcampaign this Feb! All sales of the lipstick help to end HIV/AIDS! @maccosmeticsaidsfund," Henson wrote on Instagram, alongside a snap of the new ad.
"I'm excited to announce @tarajiphenson and I are working with @MACCosmetics on the #VIVAGLAM campaign! @MACcosmetics through the #MacAIDSFund is on a mission to end AIDS and since the 90s, they’ve raised $430 million through the sales of#VivaGlam lip products," Smollett added on his own Instagram page. "Every single cent of the sales of these products help to end HIV/AIDS. I believe that together we can end this epidemic once and for all. Love y'all."
Henson and Smollett -- whose products will be available in February 2017 -- are the latest celebs to join the Viva Glam team. RuPaul was the first celebrity ambassador to endorse Viva Glam in 1994, while other stars throughout the years include Mary J. Blige in 2001 and Lil' Kim in 2001, Christina Aguilera and Boy George in 2004, Fergie, Cyndi Lauper and Lady Gaga in 2010, Nicki Minaj and Ricky Martin in 2012, Rihanna in 2014, Miley Cyrus in 2015, and Ariana Grande, the brand's 2016 spokesperson.