The 32-year-old was recently announced as the new global brand ambassador for Revlon. She said: "There's a big misinterpretation about the way that people view the term of feminism. It truly feels like there's this cultural change - shift - and I think that it's necessary".
The campaign is all set to launch later this Jan; it will be about empowering and inspiring women along with celebrating diversity in beauty. "Make-up is fun, and it makes you feel attractive - especially when you're a working mum and you're exhausted!" The actress" makeup artist, Sabrina Bedrani, thought the lip colour made a strong (and fitting!) statement, "I started with her eyes and the rest of her face, no lip colour, and then she put the dress on and I said, "I know exactly what this needs, '" she told Refinery 29.
For the onscreen superhero, that means wearing makeup almost every day (except on vacation of course), though she also looks positively stunning without it. From the Revlon lineup, she called out Super Lustrous Lipstick (in red), Mega MultiplierMascara and ColorStay Foundation as go-to's.
"I was approached by different cosmetic brands and Revlon really felt like the flawless fit", Gadot told InStyle exclusively. "Gal captures the beauty, strength, modernity and boldness that Revlon represents", said Fabian Garcia, president and CEO of Revlon.
Gal also shared a couple of photos from the campaign on Instagram. Live Boldly, which will roll out in multiple parts with additional ambassadors throughout January, is an intentional departure from that message. The real-life Wonder Woman is as excited as her fans about this.