Slay! James Charles went viral when he released a sneak peek at his perfectly beat senior yearbook photo.

Well, fans are finally getting a look at the printed version — and his senior quote may have stolen the spotlight.

"Use code 'JAMES' for 10% off your purchase at checkout," James, 18, cheekily wrote beneath his senior picture.

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So the senior yearbooks finally came out today…

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James, who became the first male ambassador for CoverGirl thanks to his contouring skills and enviable highlight, was also excited about the big reveal, captioning the photo on his Instagram, "So the senior yearbooks finally came out today…"

As expected, fans of the makeup artist couldn't help but gush about his flawless yearbook photo and quote combo.

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"This is the most amazing thing I've ever seen omg," one fan wrote, before another added, "Now I know what my senior quote is."

While James is ending high school on a high note, his last year was not without its controversy. The teen came under fire after making an offensive comment about Africa during a class trip.

"I can't believe we're going to Africa today omg what if we get Ebola?" James we're fine we could've gotten it a Chipotle last year…" he jokingly tweeted. It wasn't long before he was receiving backlash for the insensitive remark, and people threatened to boycott CoverGirl.

However, James swiftly issued a long heartfelt apology for his remarks, reminding his followers he is young and still has lots to learn.

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"I am extremely sorry for my tweet and feel like s–t for saying it," he wrote. "I am aware that the tweet was extremely offensive and degrading… It was never my intent to offend anyone and I am sorry. As a white cis male, I recognize my privilege and would never want to take that for granted.

He continued, "I look forward to exploring the country and learning much more about the people and culture because clearly I know very little and have a lot to learn."

Next stop, graduation!

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