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Gal Gadot and Revlon Want You to Live Your Life Boldly

12 January 2018, 08:22 | Winston Chapman

Gal Gadot and Revlon Want You to Live Your Life Boldly

Gal Gadot and Revlon Want You to Live Your Life Boldly

The model/actress/former Israeli soldier/megababe shot to fame, thanks to her starring role as the legendary DC superhero Wonder Woman.

"There's a cultural shift happening, which Revlon celebrates, where feminine power is recognized, and I'm so proud that I get to witness and live this incredible change".

American beauty brand Revlon has announced Gal Gadot, the highest grossing actress of 2017, as its global brand ambassador.

"There's a big misinterpretation about the way that people view the term of feminism", Gal continued (via LATimes). "I have friends - girlfriends - who have careers and they're mothers and they do it all, and they are afraid to say that they're a feminist".

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]".

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"I've been familiar with them since I can remember myself wearing makeup", Gadot said. The idea behind this is to bring power women together to share experiences about life and beauty diversity. She's a strong advocate for women, recognized for using her voice and platform to encourage the entertainment industry to strive for fairness.

Gadot walked the talk when she reportedly refused to return for the Wonder Woman sequel unless one of the filmmakers, who has been accused of sexual misconduct by several women, was fired.

She added: "I try to make sure that [Alma] has good self-esteem and confidence and that she will love herself".

Revlon were drawn to Gadot's feminist and trailblazing attributes. Revlon's new Live Boldly campaign will launch later in the month.

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