Revlon makes Gal Gadot its global brand ambassador

Gal Gadot Is The New Face of Revlon

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The remake was a box office hit, catapulting Gadot to stardom and making her an instant feminist icon-a status that she has embraced wholeheartedly. "It's about, first of all, equality, and it's about freedom of choice and I think that in this world we should all be feminists and whoever is not is a sexist". If you ask "Wonder Woman" star Gal Gadot, the answer is, "definitely".

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. "It truly feels like there's this cultural change - shift - and I think that it's necessary". Speaking during her Revlon Global Ambassador interview earlier this week, Gal said: "Anything that makes you feel more confident more attractive and better about yourself has to do with [feminism]".

As Revlon president and CEO Fabian Garcia shared in the press release, the decision to choose Gadot was based not only on her "beauty, strength, modernity, and boldness", but because she fits with the brand's commitment to championing "strong, independent women".

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Gadot's next move goes back to her modelling roots. "The first time I really started to understand the value and really understand makeup was when I started modeling", she said. She captioned it, "You know I love a bold red lip, right?"

Taking to Instagram just a couple of days after the award ceremony, she wrote: 'So happy to announce that I've joined the Revlon family and am helping launch the LiveBoldly campaign. The real-life Wonder Woman is as excited as her fans about this. The brunette beauty, 32, also believes that anything which makes women feel "confident" should be classed as feminism.

Revlon's past two marketing campaigns - Choose Love and Love Is On - have centered around love.

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