The face of Revlon talks about pink lipstick, blonde hair and pale skin

By peoplestylewatch
Updated November 17, 2011 09:00 PM

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Emma Stone, who consistently charms fashion critics with her cheeky-glam red carpet choices, says finding her own look took some trial and error.

“There was a time where I could not stand the pale,” the newly-minted face of Revlon admits to Stylelist of growing up fair-skinned. “It’s built into my DNA to think tan is incredible.” Taking matters into her own hands, she spent years trying to spackle together a convincing glow: “It was like a splotchy, streaky mess of a situation.”

Now, at 23 years old, Stone has mastered the basics. “Probably the top three things would be: moisturize, sleep and work on the eyebrows,” she tells BellaSugar. “Those are the three things I try to focus on in my daily life!”

And with newfound access to beauty bounty, her list of favorite things continues to grow. “They let you try out all of these products,” she gushes of working with Revlon. “Grow Luscious [mascara] was the first one that I was kind of like, okay this one is not leaving me.” Other must-haves include a spectrum of punchy pink lip colors — a beauty trend with which she is often credited for reviving. “I never know the shade name so it would be hard to tell you my favorite, but I love fuchsias and really, really bright pinks,” she shares.

However, her all-time favorite beauty moment had to be showing up at the 2011 Golden Globes with an expertly-applied tan, platinum blonde locks and palpable confidence. “I didn’t even look like myself; I looked like an alien. I looked like a different person,” she muses before adding, “That’s really a nice feeling!”

Justine Harman