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Gal Gadot: ‘I can do my make-up in four minutes flat’

Published 27/12/2015

Gal Gadot
Gal Gadot

Wonder Woman star Gal Gadot has got her make-up application down to just four minutes.

Gal Gadot prefers to go make-up free when she’s not working.

The 30-year-old actress can be seen as Wonder Woman in the upcoming movie Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Her busy working career, which has also seen her star in the Fast and Furious film franchise, means Gal is rarely out of the make-up chair. So when it comes to her days off, Gal sticks to a fresh-faced look.

“I had to have a lot of extra hair put in for filming Wonder Woman, but she’s an Amazon and they obviously don’t wear heavy make-up. Less is more for me, too,” Gal explained to InStyle magazine. “If it’s my day off and I have no meetings, I won’t wear any make-up at all.”

However, even if she does have to slap on the cosmetics, Gal has got her application routine down to the bare minimum.

“If I do wear some, it literally takes me four minutes to put on,” she continued. “I mix my moisturiser with foundation – apply mascara, some blush and some contour, that’s it. I look forward to taking it off at the end of the day. When they say, ‘Ok, that’s a wrap,’ I’m so happy to wash it all off.”

To maintain a flawless complexion, Gal is a fan of having regular facials. She’s also somebody who is always keen to hear about developments in the beauty industry.

“I’m not into injections like other actresses, no. I’m concerned about my skin though and I need to keep it in good condition,” she said.

“I’m up for trying things like facial acupuncture, and I do enjoy regular facials. They’re necessary because I train and sweat a lot, plus I wear a lot of make-up for hours when I’m working.”

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