Obviously we’re fans of Zooey’s luscious bangs. Seriously, they’re unreal. But so are the peeps at Pantene! Who better to choose as a hair spokesperson than someone who practically invented bangs?
Natalie Portman for Dior beauty
Here Natalie shows off the effects of quite possibly the best mascara ever, Dior Show. But she also acts as the “eternal heroine” for the Miss Dior fragrance campaign, the fashion house’s first perfume. Except back in 1947 it was called New Look.
Keira Knightley for Chanel Coco Mademoiselle
And moving right along with more perfume peeps is Keira, who already kinda embodies the classic and chic Chanel aesthetic. So she’s a perf fit!
Olivia Wilde for Revlon
It isn’t hard to pull off dramatic makeup — or sell it — when you’re this pretty. Olivia’s ads make us want to try a bold blue cat eye.
Emma Stone for Revlon
She isn’t the only current celeb spokesmodel for Revlon, but Emma’s got a whole diff look going on from Olivia. Her focus is on the fresh-faced and super-young end of the spectrum with mousse foundation and color-packed lip stains.
Kristen Stewart for Balenciaga
Balenciaga has been one of Kristen’s red carpet standbys for a while, so no wonder they tapped her to be a spokesmodel for their perfume. We haven’t actually seen any of these ads yet because it launches in the fall. But if the recent Vanity Fair spread is any indication, the pics are sure to be gorg!
Sofia Vergara for Cover Girl
One of our other faves, Taylor Swift, is also a Cover Girl. But we really love Sofia’s uber dramatic commercial to show how the mascara can last through even a soap opera-ish ugly cry.
Emma Watson for Lancome
What better way to accent a cute short cut like Emma’s than with a standout lipstick? Lancome took that idea and ran with it when they decided to add lipstick spokesperson to her ever-growing resume.
Did we skip over any of your fave celeb endorsements? Which one is the absolute prettiest?