ANTI-AGING

Cara Delevingne, 25, is the Face of Dior’s New Anti-Aging Line

At least there won’t be any need for airbrushing in this campaign.


Cara Delevingne has long been associated with daring when it comes to beauty: The model and actress first rose to fame because of her bushy eyebrows, and even now that she’s more than established, in the past year, she’s shaved her head, painted it silver, dyed her hair pink, and suddenly become a brunette. But her latest move is surprising even for Delevingne: Despite the fact that she just turned 25 this summer, she’s now the face of Dior’s new anti-aging skincare line, Capture Youth.

Delevingne is perhaps bit younger than Dior’s target audience, but unlike Dior’s past anti-aging lines, which targeted 40-50-year-olds, Capture Youth is intended to appeal to those who haven’t yet given thought to wrinkle-preventing regimes, aiming to delay any signs of aging even before they appear. (Though the line’s choice of model certainly makes it seem like the brand is fine with appealing to those interested in putting a halt to wrinkles at least half a decade before they might appear, too.)

Bella Hadid, who just turned 21, is also a Dior beauty ambassador, though her work with the brand has been much more in the realm of mascara than Delevingne’s foray into Florentine iris, which pumps up the productivity glyoxalase, aka the skin’s antioxidant defense system. Unlike Hadid, Delevingne has yet to post about her affiliation with the brand on social media, which might just be for the best: the 28-year-old actress Lucy Hale, for one, was roasted when she recommended starting your anti-aging regimen early.

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Natural beauty Halle Berry has tried every hairstyle in the book–from her signature pixie, to long, flowing waves–and they all work for her.

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As the face of anti-aging skincare brand SK-iii, it’s no surprise that Cate Blanchett has flawless skin. Case in point: the actress’ radiant complexion at the 88th Annual Academy Awards.

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Brunette beauty Sandra Bullock has been in the public eye for decades, and always loves an understated, glamorous look on the red carpet.

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South African beauty Charlize Theron stunned at the 89th Annual Academy Awards wearing her hair in an elegant up do with light golden smoky eye and a satin pink lip.

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Actress Julia Roberts has been named the World’s Most Beautiful Woman five different times for a reason.

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Jennifer Aniston has a go-to look: golden hair, sun-kissed skin, eyeliner, and a glossy lip. And it works for her.

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Actress Gabrielle Union always wows on the red carpet, with her bright smile and glowing complexion.

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Actress Kate Winslet poses at the EE British Academy Film Awards wearing her hair in tousled curls with creamy, porcelain skin and a satin red lip.

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Actress Amy Adams made her cinematic debut in the ’90s, and is still a red carpet favorite today.

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Reese Witherspoon always knows how to keep her look timely and fresh, as she proved here at the 2017 Vanity Fair Oscar Party.

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For Eva Mendes, her luscious brown waves and luminous, sun-kissed skin have always been a red carpet staple.

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Angelina Jolie may no longer try daring hairstyles like a buzzcut, but she has maintained her classic beauty flawlessly.

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Still, Delevingne certainly has the experience for the job: She’s been a brand ambassador of Rimmel, and is not only as close to 20 as she is to 30, but is fresh from writing her first-ever young adult novel, making her certainly tapped in with the youth. And there’s another definite plus for the pairing: Whereas one of Rimmel’s ads featuring Delevingne was banned in the U.K. for dramatically exaggerating the effects of its mascara, there definitely won’t be any need for airbrushing for Dior when it comes to Delevingne’s nonexistent wrinkles.

Cara Delevingne’s Most Adventurous Hairstyles, from Long Blonde Waves to a Short Pink Pixie

Attending the Roberto Cavalli party during Paris Fashion Week in 2010, Cara Delevingne wore her long blonde hair in a sleek, straight style.

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Arriving at the opening of the Uniqlo London Flagship store in 2011, Delevingne left her face bare, and accentuated those famous brows.

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Delevingne’s bold red lip and tousled hair gave off edgy rocker vibes at the Burberry boutique opening in Paris in 2011.

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With a sleek ballerina bun and dewey skin, Delevingne was the epitome of an English rose at the Serpentine Gallery Summer Party in London in 2012.

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Delevingne wore her hair in relaxed waves and kept her makeup equally effortless at the Glamour Women of the Year Awards in 2013.

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Delevingne wore a rocker chic look with a dark grey smoky eye and sleek side french braid at the Costume Institute Gala’s PUNK: Chaos to Couture exhibition in 2013.

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The supermodel stunned at the 66th Annual Cannes Film Festival in 2013 with her wavy hair, a bold red lip and a smoky eye.

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Wearing her hair in sleek, polished curls paired with a red satin lip, Delevingne looked pretty and elegant at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2014.

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The supermodel wore a frosted, silver eye and tousled natural waves at the 67th Annual Cannes Film Festival in 2014.

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Delevingne wore her blonde hair in a glamorous, Hollywood-appropriate curls at the Costume Institute Gala at the Metropolitan Museum in 2014.

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Wearing a playful, braided high ponytail with a purple smoky eye, Delevingne looked out of this world at the world premiere of Pan in London in 2015.

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The natural beauty wore beachy waves and nude pink lip at the Paper Towns Q&A in Los Angeles in 2015.

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At the Paper Towns New York premiere in 2015, Delevingne wore her hair in romantic, loose wave.

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At the 2016 MTV Movie Awards, Delevingne wore a plum lip and left her hair in natural waves.

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Delevingne’s shorter hairstyle at the Suicide Squad premiere in London in 2016 felt like a refreshing change for the model turned actress.

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Natural tousled blonde waves with chic sunglasses was the look at theChanel show during Paris Fashion Week 2017.

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Embellishing her recently shaved head with frosted silver paint and diamond sequins, Delevingne attends the 2017 Costume Institute Gala.

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Paring her exaggerated taupe smokey eye with a dark maroon lip, Delevingne attends the 2017 MTV Movie and TV Awards.

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At the Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Planets film premiere, Delevingne embellishes her platinum pixie with a sleek cat eye and satin red lip.

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Now adding pink highlights to her pixie cut, Cara Delevingne attends the Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets New Mexico film premiere.

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