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Go Behind-The-Scenes Of Emma Stone’s Balloon Bustin’ Revlon Campaign

Submitted by on January 6, 2014 – 1:18 pmOne Comment
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As one of Hollywood’s most down-to-earth actresses, Emma Stone is definitely not full of hot air. But Stone’s co-stars in her upcoming Revlon commercial certainly are. The Amazing Spider-Man 2 star donned an adorable bubblegum pink frock and chased floating balloons that reflected the finishes of Revlon’s new ColorBurst Lip Crayon Collection.

“Shiny or matte: Just depends on the day!” Emma gushed in the spot directed by John Cameron Mitchell. “It’s a lot of fun. It’s really great and it is really easy to use and I enjoy that.”

Named a Global Brand Ambassador for Revlon in 2011 based on her “unique style, personality, and look that appeals to a broad range of women,” Stone confesses that Revlon is a brand that hits close to home.

“I have been familiar with Revlon for as long as I can remember,” the 25-year-old explained. “I vividly recall my mom wearing Revlon makeup and I remember getting to the age when I was finally able to wear Revlon myself. As a brand, it is a leader and innovator in the world of cosmetic beauty.”

She continued, “To me, nothing is more important than inner beauty and I am so glad to be associated with a company that recognizes, supports and positively impacts women’s issues, such as breast cancer awareness. 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. I’m honored to be part of the Revlon family.”

Go behind-the-scenes of Emma’s airy commercial for Revlon below. Are you into Stone’s balloon beauty?

 

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