They all use the same make-up base from Armani Beauty, which has named the Spanish actress its ambassador.
From chestnut to brunette, going through platinum blonde, María Pedraza may be the actress from La Casa de Papel who has exhibited the most changes of looks, although her fondness for makeup has never gone unnoticed, and boasts of knowing all the tricks. Now we know her secret to show off beautiful and natural skin: an ultra-light and oil-free makeup base that is also loved by celebrities such as Ana de Armas, Cate Blanchett or Meghan Markle. This is how she revealed it while she announced her new project: joining the family of Spanish ambassadors of Armani Beauty, among which Eugenia Silva or Esther Acebo already appear.
The Madrilenian has always been obsessed with showing off flawless skin on and off screen, which is why last year we attended her alliance with Dolce & Gabbana Beauty. As if that were not enough, her face has also previously been associated with Adolfo Domínguez fragrances or Bvlgari jewelry. She now expands that resume by becoming an ambassador for Armani Beauty, a brand from which she chooses a very specific product: the Luminous Silk Foundation, the same one used by Meghan Markle and Ana de Armas.
Her Instagram account has been the place chosen to comment on this Giorgio Armani makeup base -“Luminous Silk is like wearing bare and hydrated skin”, just the platform that helped her to be discovered in the world of cinema, where the Director Esteban Crespo asked her for an audition for his film Amar after seeing her publications. The result? She was given the leading role, and she debuted on the big screen in 2017. Shortly after, La Casa de Papel arrived, and the rest is history. We will soon see her at the premiere of Las Niñas de Cristal, directed precisely by Jota Linares (the director of Amar), where she plays a dancer: the profession she dedicated herself to before embarking on acting.
Chance does not move the life of María Pedraza; and some facts seem so premeditated as just today she leads us to talk about makeup bases. After two years under the mask, France has announced the end of its use indoors, and Spain is considering adopting the same position throughout the month of March. Little by little, the occasions to show off our skin increase and we will be able to use and display makeup at more times of the day.
Source : hola.com