Emma and Olivia’s print ads will run in magazines starting in 2012, when Revlon’s newest line (think great colors and lots of glitter) hits stores. Makeup artist Gucci Westman, the creative mind behind Revlon’s recently revamped color paletes and collections, will style the ads.
Westman expressed her excitement over Revlon’s new faces, saying, “Emma is so classic in a Grace Kelly real movie star way and she is an amazing actress as well. Olivia has the most unbelievably beautiful eyes and she is also cool and intelligent. I cannot wait for everyone to see our new Revlon campaigns.”
Quirky Stone was equally pumped for her latest gig. “Revlon recognizes that every woman is multifaceted and magnificent in their own way and the expression of individuality is as important to Revlon as it is to me,” she said. The brand also holds significant sentimental value for Emma: “I vividly recall my mom wearing Revlon makeup and I remember getting to the age when I was finally able to wear Revlon myself.”
Olivia gushed about the company’s image and they’re chairtitable efforts, which have raised over $65 million for cancer research, saying, “Revlon has never been afraid to push the envelope, which is important to me. I also love that they use their tremendous recognizability around the world to do good as one of the industry’s biggest champions of women’s health. It’s exciting to join a company with a big heart and big ideas!”
The stars will get to show off their acting skills in Revlon television ads, as well as prove they’re more than just a pretty face by fronting the brand’s charity work. Emma and Olivia take the places of former Revlon reps Jessica Biel and Jessica Alba.