Jessica Alba: I'm a Braun babe
Jessica Alba thinks hairless legs give women the freedom to wear what they want.
The Hollywood star fronts campaigns for the consumer brand, and recently wowed at Dubai's Waldorf Astoria when she was there for work commitments.
Wearing a plain white vest top with mesh detailing and a pink midi-skirt, Jessica kept her shoulder-length hair loose, showing off her balayage ends.
“I am proud to support a brand that designs beautiful, functional products for women. The new Silk-épil 9 helps women express themselves in their personal style as it gives them the freedom to wear what they want with confidence," Jessica said at the event.
Also on hand were Jessica's stylists Emily Current and Meritt Elliott. The two fashionistas helm brand Current/Elliott and act as style ambassadors to US company Old Navy.
The design duo think it's important to invest in beauty gadgets that will make sure you are red-carpet ready at a moment's notice.
“We believe women should never have to compromise on their style because they are not beauty ready and it is why we are so excited to be working with Braun. As stylists we have seen first-hand how empowering it is when women no longer have to hide behind those ‘safe’ items of clothing and are able to wear the clothes that make them feel good. We want to encourage women to unleash their wardrobe and wear the outfit that makes them feel fabulous every day," they smiled.
Jessica stuns in the latest campaign, showing off her enviable long legs in a white swimsuit and pastel peach coloured biker jacket. Her long legs are accentuated in a pair of nude strappy heels.
Another close-up beauty shot sees her smiling with a slick of pink lipstick on.
"Whether I'm wearing a dramatic gown for a premiere, a cute minidress out with my girlfriends or just hanging on the beach with my family, using it makes my skin look as good as I feel.
"It helps women express themselves in their personal style as it gives them the freedom to wear what they want with confidence," she said.
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