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Jennifer Lawrence: Take time with make-up

Published 28/08/2015

Jennifer Lawrence
Jennifer Lawrence

Jennifer Lawrence is honoured to be the face of Dior.

The 25-year-old star doesn’t just impress on the big screen: she’s also the face of Dior’s cosmetics range Addict. In a new series of shots for the brand’s Addict lipstick the actress is seen in a pale pink dress, her blonde hair curled and sporting a slick of fuchsia lippy.

For Jennifer, glamming up shouldn’t be rushed.

“I think it’s important to give a hairstylist and make-up artist time. I’m always doing the nails at the same time. My dad calls [the team] the ‘pit crew’,” she laughed to Us Weekly. “Ultimately, it’s confidence that makes someone sexy and beautiful… When you feel amazing, it really shows.”

And Jennifer certainly oozes sex appeal in the upcoming campaign. She began working with Dior back in 2012, originally starting off modelling their handbags and fashion range. It was a dream come true when the iconic label requested her involvement.

“I grew up seeing movie stars wear Dior clothes, and it was just so glamorous. It’s an honour,” she smiled.

It helps that she’s a big fan of make-up herself and already has a favourite shade of the new lip product she’s endorsing.

“I love mascara. And I swear by the pink Dior Addict lipstick in Smile. It’s quick and easy to apply, in the spirit of, ‘I don’t care, but don’t I look amazing?’” she quipped.

Jennifer isn’t the only big name working with Dior: fellow Oscar-winner Natalie Portman has been the face of fragrance Miss Dior since 2010 and has also modelled an array of beauty products for the brand.

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