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– Magazine & Newspaper Scans > 2016 > Stylist Magazine – November 2016
– Magazine & Newspaper Scans > 2016 > GQ (France) — October 2016
– Magazine & Newspaper Scans > 2016 > Grazia (Mexico) – October 2016
– Magazine & Newspaper Scans > 2016 > Version Femina (France) – September 26-October 2, 2016
– Magazine & Newspaper Scans > 2016 > The Edit – September 8-15, 2016
– Magazine & Newspaper Scans > 2016 > Starpics – September 2016
– Magazine & Newspaper Scans > 2016 > La Cosa Cine (Argentina) – September 2016
– Magazine & Newspaper Scans > 2016 > ELLE (France) – September 30, 2016
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The actress, muse of L’Oréal Professionnel, shares with us her indispensable treatments and make-up. And reveals to us her vegetarian advices.
What time do you wake up in the morning?
6:30am or 7am. I have a clock in my head. I never sleep in late, this is my Swedish side.
Do you go out without make-up on?
Yes, most of the time. I make little effort in everyday life, I prefer to play the Invisible Woman and let my skin breathe. Maybe that’s why I make a big fuss about it on the red carpet, with extreme looks.
Is sport a part of your life?
Every day when I wake up, I go for a run or do at least 20 minutes of elliptical machine. It’s essential for my balance.
What are the beauty products that you can’t live without?
The Pro Fiber shampoo and the Re-Charge monodose by L’Oréal Professionnel that help strengthen my hair over time. The very moisturising Magic Cream by Charlotte Tilbury. The skincare products and cosmetics by that make-up artist are extraordinary and innovative. And the lipstick Lady Danger by Mac, an orange-red that highlights the eyes and is enough when we want to turn heads without putting make-up on other parts of the face.
What perspective did your mother bring to your physical appearance?
That of a mama bear, concerned for my happiness and my health. I always saw her put lots of moisturising cream on. She taught me the importance of staying hydrated, including drinking water.
– Magazine & Newspaper Scans > 2016 > Grazia (Italy) – March 30, 2016
As I promised… I’ve managed to steal some time for talking also with Eva Green! I’ve been really lucky, you must believe me because that night L’Oréal organized a very exclusive party – in which I participated – at the Grand Palais of Paris. The dinner, the location, the atmosphere… How can I describe them to you without being ‘repetitive’ or ‘exaggerate’? Delicious food, real artworks made by Michelin award-winning Chefs, the Salon was set up perfectly creating the ‘magic’ that only L’Oréal is able to create… See for yourself the pictures because they speak for themselves! But… are you curious to know what the beautiful Eva answered to me? I satisfied you immediately!
How important is your hair for your image and your job?
My hair is my job. I love strong looks and I like trying out new make-up… It’s almost a game for me!
What’s your favourite style?
I like to have the hair in one side and If I had to choose a style in particular… well, the important thing is that I can see the face very well and the hair has to have soft waves.
How must be the ideal Hairstylist for you? It makes any difference if it’s male or female?
That’s an interesting question because there’s such many men and women hairstylists! When I was making a film I was used to work with women hairstylists because in my opinion among women there’s an incredible harmony! But it’s different choosing a look for a role rather than for a campaign. I love the hairstylists that are able to dare, man or woman at this point doesn’t make any difference.
Is there a particular hairstyle that you can’t adopt?
Oh wow…! Yes, sure! There’s one! I would like to cut my hair really short or dye it blonde or blue but I think I’m not going to have a future as a model anymore!
What’s your daily beauty routine?
I tell you immediately that I would like to have the chance to not wash my hair… For me it’s a waste of time but in the real life I wash it every two days. I’m really careful to use specific treatments and I try to avoid using the drier too much!
Do you like ‘selfie’?
But if I tell you that I discovered them three days ago, do you believe me? The first time a person asked me to take a selfie, I was almost terrified!
Eva Green feels more like herself when she’s ditched her natural hair colour.
The 34-year-old actress is a natural blonde, but usually sports much darker tresses. That’s been the way for many years, with Eva explaining she feels brunette suits her personality much better, so has stuck with in since first reaching for the dye at 15.
“I wanted to change something. You know, like when you go through your teenage years. I hated school. I was a good student, but I just wanted to breathe in something new,” she told WWD. “I was in awe of a friend of my mum, who had dark hair. She was quite weird, beautiful. I was like, ‘Oh wow, I’ll go to the hairdresser and try that.’ So I went there, I dyed my hair blue-black and came back home. It took me a while to get used to it, and then I actually really liked it. I felt more like myself. It’s weird.”
Eva was talking as part of her role as L’Oréal Professionnel international spokesperson. The brand is releasing a new range called Pro Fiber, which aims to help repair damaged hair.
It’s something the star can get on board with because she’s changed her look a lot for roles, including sporting red tresses and experimenting with fringes.
“Hair defines your character, your state of mind. At the moment I’m in a [Tim] Burton film, and it took weeks and weeks to find the right hairdo. It’s kind of a weird character. Her name is Miss Peregrine, so there is a bit of a birdlike hairdo in her. It helps you to create the character when you find the hairdo. It’s also like a costume,” she said.
The actress was also quizzed on her beauty secrets and was happy to let a couple slip. Unfortunately, there is no quick route to her slim physique and porcelain skin – it’s all about being careful.
“Sun cream, protection, food — what we eat is the most important: lots of green vegetables, raw vegetables, organic. Everything has to be organic,” she said.
Eva Green loves extreme shades when it comes to her hair.
The former Bond girl is known for her striking looks and raven hair. Her natural colour is actually dark blonde which the 35-year-old has always found dull so she likes to experiment – but has had some mishaps along the way.
“I’ve dyed my hair black since I was 15. One of my mum’s friends had very dark hair and blue eyes and I just thought, ‘OK, I have to try it!'” she told British InStyle. “I felt more like myself after I made the colour change. I love extreme shades – I’ve been dark blue, a dark brown and even red at one point. That was a challenging shade because it eventually went green!”
One colour Eva would love to try is bright blonde. But just like Kim Kardashian, who had to give up her platinum locks after only a few weeks earlier this year, the actress thinks it would be too much strain on her tresses.
“I’ve done movies with a blonde wig and I’d love to go blonde. But colourists say it would destroy my hair because of how much I’d have to bleach it,” she explained. “My hair got very damaged because it’s super straight and I always use tongs to give it texture. I’ve just had the new L’Oréal Professionel Pro Fibre Revive in-salon treatment – it makes your hair shiny and healthy.”
Eva likes to be experimental when it comes to her make-up looks too, although it wasn’t always the case.
“I was shy until I was 16 and started at the American School of Paris. It was a chance to be a new me,” she said. “I had new black hair and would match my eyeshadow with my clothes so I’d wear purple or green. It was very theatrical.”
Eva Green is in solidarity to #cutAIDSshort with L’Oréal and Coiffeurs Contre Le SIDA
Hairdressers Against AIDS is a prevention programme launched by L’Oréal Professional Products in partnership with UNESCO. For almost 15 years, Hairdressers Against AIDS have been raising awareness & preventing HIV/AIDS through its network of hairdressers around the world. Going even further this year, the programme contribute to drive donations to support HIV/AIDS research, by capitalizing on its strong and engaged community.
Great progresses have been made to turn back the tide of HIV/AIDS. However education & prevention remain more crucial than ever, and research is ESSENTIAL.
With #cutAIDSshort, you will support Institut Pasteur’s scientists. From the search of a vaccine to the conception of new therapeutic approaches enabling patients to be in complete remission, researchers are mobilized on all fronts.
To learn more, kindly visit : Hairdressers Against AIDS
To make donations: #cutAIDSshort
Let’s #cutAIDSshort together!
Here’s Eva’s new L’Oréal Professionnel advertisement featuring model and actor Jonathan Saxby!
By Tara MacInnis
Woman of mystery Eva Green, who stars in a major hair campaign for L’Oréal, shares her secrets
With her inky cascading over pale shoulders, Eva Green—famous for her role as James Bond’s one true love Vesper Lynd in Casino Royale—is becoming the go-to leading lady for all things brooding. Early next year, she’ll play the title character in macabre master Tim Burton’s Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children; next May she returns as the demon-tormented Vanessa Ives in Penny Dreadful’s third season. And now, L’Oréal Professionnel has tapped the French actress as its spokesperson for a new intensive hair treatment range. “It’s a revolution,” she says, wearing a long black dress, obsidian nail polish and smudgy kohl eyeshadow during the launch at the Le Meurice hotel in Paris. “It takes your hair from f-cked up to beautiful, strong, healthy.” The taxidermy-collecting star fits into Burton’s quirky world quite honestly. Unafraid of ghosts and ghouls, here’s what really causes her fright: “Not being loved…being rejected,” she says, revealing a tender truth beneath the dark facade.
Green’s Gothic Beauty Tips
Go Deep: “As a teenager, I was dark blonde. I was going through a shy phase, and I wanted to change something. My mum’s friend had black hair, and I decided to try it. I feel now that it’s more me.”
Do Blood Red: “I love M.A.C Lady Danger lipstick for all occasions. The matte finish lasts for hours.”
Shun the Sun: “I never go out without an SPF of at least 30. It’s the key to dodging aging.”
Resurrect damaged hair with the latest regenerating treatment
After 15 years of research, L’Oréal Professionnel has finally solved the beauty world’s mane dilemma: how to make a pricey reparative salon treatment last beyond your next wash. Pro Fiber’s molecular mix, dubbed APTYL 100, rebuilds frayed strands and then seals itself inside hair with a protective film. After your initial spa-style pampering using one of three hair-care systems (Revive, Restore or Reconstruct), a for-pros-only dose of the juiced-up activator locks in smoothness for up to four washes. An at-home five-piece range includes a booster that recharges results for another four-wash cycle, with lustre that lasts six weeks—until your next appointment.
– Magazine & Newspaper Scans > 2015 > ELLE (Turkey) – July 2015
– Magazine & Newspaper Scans > 2015 > TOUT Magazine (Russia) – February/March 2015
– Magazine & Newspaper Scans > 2014 > NOVUS Magazine (Dominican Republic) – December 2014
– Magazine & Newspaper Scans > 2015 > Planet V&S 60 (France) – 2015
– Magazine & Newspaper Scans > 2014 > iBoo Magazine (Italy) – November 2014
– Magazine & Newspaper Scans > 2014 > Haftasonu Magazine (Turkey) – March 2014
– Magazine & Newspaper Scans > 2015 > Estetica The Hair Magazine (Czech & Slovak) – March 2015
By Vatsala Chhibber
There’s a dreamlike quality about Eva Green. Her stunning dark looks and impenetrable smoky eyes appear almost unreal, belonging in a whimsical fairy tale, or a Tim Burton set. Her on-screen characters only elevate the intrigue, from James Bond’s wayward lover in Casino Royale (2006) to a creepy clairvoyant on TV’s favourite horror-drama,Penny Dreadful. In Green’s make-believe world she’s always confident, alluring and not without an evil streak. “But I wouldn’t call myself self-confident in real life,” she admits. “It’s always been a fantasy for me to play powerful women — with some cracks in their personality — because I am not like that.” And though she’s found firm footing as Hollywood’s go-to femme fatale, she’s not entirely thrilled about it. “I don’t like being put in a box,” she says. “I’m many things.” Here, she gives us a glimpse of some of those things, as well as her inner demons, her beauty rituals and the big, bad Hollywood beast.
On inhabiting Tim Burton’s universe
“He’s like a child; happy and easygoing with a passion that is contagious. In Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children [out next year], my character is like a dark Mary Poppins. It’s a beautiful story set in the ‘40s and all the other roles are played by children — this was my first time working with children, and that was a bit of a challenge. The movie is slightly bonkers, but in a poetic way.”
On her red-carpet ritual
“The last thing I do before stepping onto the red carpet is put on some perfume. I’ve been very faithful to this brand called Santa Maria Novella. They have a fragrance called Melograno that’s very simple, and very me.”
On being the new spokesperson for L’Oréal Professionnel
“My hair is thin, fragile and tortured every day. My hairdresser always uses L’Oréal Professionnel hair products. I tried their deep moisturising Pro Fiber treatment, which is magical, and their new Wet Domination by Tecni.ART styling range. I also love oils, both for the body and the hair. I use L’Oréal’s Mythic Oil twice a month — leaving it on overnight and shampooing the next morning.”
On surviving Hollywood
“It’s a tough business. As an actor you have to keep your vulnerability for your roles, and at the same time, you have to build an armour around yourself because there are so many… I have to find a polite word… arseholes. You have to have faith in yourself and remain strong. And, if you find that you’ve lost your passion one day, I think you should move on to something else.”
– Magazines & Newspapers > 2015 > Mujer Hoy (Spain) – July 25, 2015
– Magazines & Newspapers > 2015 > Glamour (Spain) – June 2015
Mujer Hoy seems to think that Algeria and Nigeria are the same country… Come on, folks! In this day and age, journalists can do a little research with the help of the Internet before posting n’importe quoi… The fine people from those two diverse and culturally rich countries would appreciate it. And so would be, Eva Green fans.
Eva talks about her shyness, being cast as Isabelle in The Dreamers, how it didn’t work out between her and von Trier and why she didn’t star in The Antichrist, dying her hair as a teen, and L’Oréal.
She’s got dark hair and mesmerizing blue eyes: Eva Green know how to captivate an audience, whether she’s playing a Bond girl, a dark Tim Burton character, or a very gloomy Vanessa Ives on Penny Dreadful. There’s a sense of mystery to her beauty, an essence I try to decode in this candid chat with L’Oréal Professionnel’s new international spokesperson.
1) How important is hair to an overall look?
Everything. I mean, skin of course is important, but a hair do can define who you are and what you look like. For me, as an actor… it’s major. It defines the character. It helps you define the role. In everyday life I’m terrible with my hair. I can’t do anything, so I let it down. It’s very straight, so a side-parting is all. If you go to the hairdresser, it makes you feel confident. Good hair makes you feel confident.
2) How does it feel to represent a brand like L’Oréal Professionnel?
It’s such a cool, iconic brand. Since I was very little I’ve seen L’Oréal Professionnel products at hair salons. It’s quite a weird feeling, but I’m happy that I’m now on board!
3) Could you describe you style in one word?
(I’ve got to say, I’ve never received an answer like that before and it just goes to show how versatile the actress really is.)
4) Why did you choose to go from being blonde to black at a young age?
I wasn’t exactly blonde. I was in the middle and I don’t like being in the middle. I feel like my mom had dark hair, pale skin, and blue eyes, so I thought let’s try that. I didn’t tell my mother. I went to the hairdresser when I was 15 and dyed my hair. It was a strong statement.
5) What is your favorite feature?
Oh god, I don’t know. My hands.
5) Three beauty essentials that you always have in your bag?
Contact lenses, because I’m completely blind, a fragrance (Santa Maria Novella), and red lipstick.
6) Have you ever been to India?
My god, no! It’s my dream to go there. I was in Sri Lanka last year, but I couldn’t make it to India.
7) Is there something you’d like to do when you’re here?
I need 3 months to explore your country. But yeah, I want to go to Rajasthan. There’s so many places… it’s another world: the spices, the colors. It’s a whole other world. It’s magical.
8) What is your favorite red carpet hair do?
I would say the safest for me would be side-parting and hair on one side. It’s always a safe option.
Eva leaves us wanting more! We’re excited to see what she and L’Oréal Professionnel are going to do together.
Miss Malini’s Audio interview with Eva: