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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


The ship Aris tima, located in the dock of the port of Cambrils, is the scene these days of the shooting of a new film of Amazon Prime Video. This is a science fiction and action movie aimed at a teenage audience. The film is directed by Barcelona-based filmmaker Daniel Benmayor, known for directing Xtremo and Tracers. The cast includes Carlos Scholz (Ian), Lela Loren (Adriana), Óscar Jaenada (Perceptor), María Pedraza (Ester), and Pedro Alonso (Vicente).

The film is about Ian, a rebellious teenager who lives with his father outside of society. They manage to survive small scams by generating illusions about others. A powerful organization led by Adriana and a mysterious Perceptor try to capture him as they confront each other. On his escape, Ian discovers that his life so far has been a lie, which pushes him to find his true origins. Not just to know who he is, but what they want from him. Every decision he makes increases his mental powers, making him an even more dangerous target. Ian will be responsible for deciding which side to ally with to take part in the war.

In Cambrils, only images were recorded inside the ship. About 80 people took part in this filming. Awareness is scheduled to be released on the Amazon platform in 2023.

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The actress is sincere and tells us about everything she is passionate about in front of and behind the cameras, about her favorite hairstyles for this Christmas and how she takes care of and styles her hair with the ‘Steampod 3.0’ by L’Oréal Professionel.

Natural, unfiltered, demanding, funny, impulsive… María Pedraza (1996, Madrid) began her professional life as a dancer and today she is one of the young promises of Spanish cinema that has crossed borders. With several new releases to come and a promising career ahead of her, she has just been named the face of the ‘Steampod 3.0’ styler by L’Oréal Professionnel.

That she has been chosen as an ambassador for a hair straightener is not surprising because the actress’s long hair is, together with her impressive eyes, one of her hallmarks. A benchmark for thousands of girls around the world (only on Instagram he has more than 12 million followers), he tells us how he takes care of his chameleon hair, the keys to keeping it healthy, strong and bright even for a lover of look changes like her.

In the 90s, models were discovered on the street. In your case, they did it through Instagram, don’t you find this evolution curious?
The truth is that if. I was a dancer and, suddenly, one day I had a casting for my first film. When they had already caught me I found out that they had seen me on Instagram. But of course, in the beginning what I was doing was classical dance, I hadn’t acted or anything like that either. I remember that when I got to the audition I told them: “Excuse me, I’m a dancer” (laughs). But it seems they liked me and after three tests, they finally selected me.

We are experiencing a unique phenomenon – to which you belong – with a whole generation of actors who are succeeding worldwide thanks, in part, to digital platforms and social networks, what does it mean to be part of this quarry?
In my case, I think what is most impressive is how fast everything goes. I swear to you that there are moments in my life that I am not aware of all the good things that happen to me. I truly believe that the brain is not capable of assimilating so much information. What I am clear about is the type of actress I want to be and what I want to convey. I am super grateful that our work can be seen all over the world thanks to the platforms, because for us that has been a super stage for the actors and for the people who dedicate ourselves to this.

And now that you have been able to interpret in different formats, are you from cinema or series?
I am more of cinema, I admit it. Although –logically– I love the series. But the feeling of making a feature film is that I love it. I started with cinema and I would love to continue like this. But it is appreciated that we are in a time when all kinds of formats are consumed. I think the projects are completely different in terms of time and storyline. Maybe that’s why I like a feature film better, it goes at a different pace.

You are one of the most followed people in our country in RR.SS. Do you take it seriously when publishing content – knowing how much you can influence people your age – or are you not aware of it?
I always try to show my personal side but I don’t think about it much. It’s funny because, as you say, a social network exposes you a lot and the more exposure you have, the greater the ability to influence and even inspire. In my case, I like to convey to people the most natural or real content possible.

Life with filters or natural?
Today for today, natural. I have used filters and I have touched a lot the light, the color… But I prefer to see things as they are. Many times, when we take a photo, we already know what filter we are going to put on it and that cannot be. As we are seeing, it can be quite dangerous.

You have studied classical dance, could we say that you are a very disciplined woman?
In general, I am very crazy, but it is true that I also have a very self-demanding part, which works for me and against me at the same time. There are times when, demanding less from you, things come out, flow and you enjoy them more. I’m trying to find that balance between being self-demanding and being a little more free and tolerant of myself. But yes, as you say, it has helped me a lot to have studied dance for interpretation, it also requires a lot of discipline and above all, concentration and passion.

An actress you admire…
I really like Carmen Machi. She is very fresh and inspires me a lot. Everything she does on an interpretive level is different and I find it very interesting and complex. It is amazing to see how she finds the middle point –and perfection– in each performance.

You always say that you like to change your look but this is not usually the best to keep it healthy… How do you take care of your hair?
I try to do intense hydration treatments with some frequency both at home with good masks and in the hairdresser with specific protocols, because I have it quite dry. In summer I leave my hair natural but when I want a more polished finish, either wavy or straight, I use ‘Steampod 3.0’ because it is the only one that protects my hair fiber, eliminates the frizz effect, the result lasts a long time and, in addition, power choosing the temperature seems a plus to me.

Have you had any major hair disaster?
Yes, it was horrible, I had a bleaching from zero to one hundred that destroyed my hair, it took a long time to recover it… I still regret it.

What is the change that you have made for work that you liked the most?
The most recent has been for the Toy Boy series, which is now premiering on Netflix, for which I had to wear extensions and I love how they fit me, it has been a great discovery. I’m at a time in my life that I look best with super long hair.

This styler was really born for the professional sector and now we can all use it at home, since when do you have it?
Yes, at first I only used it when I went to the hairdresser but thanks to the help and advice of Iván Gómez, who has been a great friend of mine for many years, I learned certain gestures to use it at home. They are only advantages! It has a spectacular and super professional finish, fast and easy.

And finally… Are you an ELLE girl?
Well, the truth is that I think so, but I let you say it (laughs).

Source : elle.com