Gal Gadot is Revlon's new Wonder Woman

Gal Gadot is Revlon's new Wonder Woman

Actress, wife, mother, IRL Wonder Woman Gal Gadot can add one more exciting announcement to her blockbuster year: she's the new face of Revlon.

In an interview with Women's Wear Daily, she explained how beauty and the feminism of her personal brand go hand-in-hand, saying, "Anything that makes you feel more confident, more attractive and better about yourself has to do with [feminism]". Revlon is her first big beauty contract. The new multi-media campaign will be brought to life through a series of experiential activations and cultural immersions created to bring women together around powerful conversations, shared experiences and a celebration of diverse beauty.

Gadot's next move goes back to her modelling roots.

For the onscreen superhero, that means wearing makeup almost every day (except on vacation of course), though she also looks positively stunning without it. "We really see her embracing feminine power and what a woman can accomplish with their own special strength". She's a strong advocate for women, recognized for using her voice and platform to encourage the entertainment industry to strive for fairness.

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GAL Gadot has claimed she's too busy to let herself become a "diva", as she doesn't have time to let fame get to her head.

The full Live Boldly campaign is due to be released at the end of January.

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.

"We are definitely shifting the way we communicate as part of our Live Boldly campaign and having a broader representation of women because we are a brand that represents women all around the world", Talley said.