Beauty News! Check out Jessica Biel's New Glamorous Revlon Ad!

Thu, November 11, 2010 3:41pm EST by 2 Comments

Check out the actress/spokewoman’s lovely new beauty ad campaign!

Jessica Biel’s new ad campaign for Revlon has been released and it’s a stunner! The ad campaign, shot by Mario Testino, is for the company’s rerelease of their Fire & Ice collection. What do you think of the new ad campaign?

The New York Times Style Magazine reports that the ad is actually a reinterpretation of an iconic Revlon campaign for the original Fire & Ice collection, which featured spokesmodel Dorian Leigh and was shot by legendary photographer Richard Avedon. Considered one of the most memorable beauty ads of all time, the original campaign included the tag line “Are you made for Fire & Ice?” Accompanying the ad are the relaunch of three of Revlon’s “lip-and-tip” pairings from the collection, which range in price from $4.79-$8.99. The collection will be launched just in time for the holiday season.

What do you think? Do you like Jessica’s new glamorous ad campaign?

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jose

Posted at 12:58 AM on November 12, 2010  

JESSICA BIEL IS BEAUTIFUL ITS PERFECT WONDERFUL!

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Melu

Posted at 5:20 PM on November 11, 2010  

LOVE the dress in the original ad but LOVE the red cape from the new ad. Oh if only someone had hindsight to have saved that gorgeous dress from the original ad.

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