Gal Gadot on makeup, feminism and a cultural shift in Hollywood

  • Gal Gadot on makeup, feminism and a cultural shift in Hollywood

Gal Gadot on makeup, feminism and a cultural shift in Hollywood

Gal - who has six-year-old Alma and nine-month-old Maya with her husband Yaron Versano - said, "I think that having a family really keeps you grounded". Gal was tapped to front the beauty brand's campaign, dubbed Live Boldly.

Gal Gadot had a pretty successful 2017 with the Blockbuster hit Wonder Woman and it looks as though she's about to make 2018 her year too and be prepared to see her face a lot more frequently.

We couldn't imagine anyone more fitting to be the face of Revlon's Live Boldly campaign - a campaign created to bring women together and celebrate diverse beauty. Considering the former Israeli soldier and current superhero has been vocal in her advocacy for women and feminism, the contract makes flawless sense given the current climate.

This is Gadot's first major beauty contract, following a small campaign with Gucci Bloom fragrances before the release of Wonder Woman.

While now Gadot says she wears makeup almost every day -"unless I'm on vacation" - it wasn't a habit she picked up particularly young.

She added: "I try to make sure that [Alma] has good self-esteem and confidence and that she will love herself". From the Revlon lineup, she called out Super Lustrous Lipstick (in red), Mega MultiplierMascara and ColorStay Foundation as go-to's.

Revlon were drawn to Gadot's feminist and trailblazing attributes. Live Boldly, which will roll out in multiple parts with additional ambassadors throughout January, is an intentional departure from that message.

As for Gal, she has a pretty busy time ahead of her - with three appearances as Wonder Woman confirmed in Wonder Woman 2, Justice League 2 and Flashpoint.