Julianna Margulies Named the Newest Face of L'Oréal Paris

09/24/2010 at 03:00 PM ET

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It looks like Eva Longoria Parker, Penélope Cruz and Beyoncé will need to make a little room, as award-winning actress Julianna Margulies joins their ranks as the newest face of L’Oréal Paris. “I remember the first time I heard [“Because You’re Worth It”]. I was young, and I said to myself, ‘When I have money, I will buy beautiful products and feel I’m worth it,'” The Good Wife actress tells WWD. And years later that dream has come true in grander reality than she envisioned, with her own deal representing the brand’s RevitaLift skincare line. As for the feature that got Julianna the coveted gig? “I always have considered my skin [my best beauty asset] because I got lucky: I have small pores,” the 44-year-old actress says. “I am also very pale so I have stayed out of the sun most of my life.” Julianna’s ads will debut next year in a print and television campaign. Tell Us: What do you think of L’Oréal Paris’s latest celebrity addition? –Katherine Kluznik Rentmeester

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Sherly on

As a very dark skinned black woman
its offensive that yet another white
skinned woman has been chosen
to represent beauty in this country.
What does that say to all the
ethnic minorty girls out there?

That they dont have the right kind
of look to be considered pretty.
Is that a healthy mindset for them??

Personally I recommend
OIL OF OLAY- SENSITVE SKIN WASH CLOTHS
and BODY SHOP beauty products.

Nikki on

@Sherly Did you miss the rest of the article which mentioned Eva Longoria Parker, Penélope Cruz and Beyoncé as being the other faces of L’Oreal? They are from different ethnic groups or do they not qualify? I happen to have 6 different ethnic groups in my immediate lineage and I’m pale but I’m sure you’d say that I wouldn’t qualify either.

Jess on

Very cool. Congrats to her. She’s certainly beautiful. She’s one that no matter what her makeup or hair is or even if it’s just a casual paparazzi picture, I always think when I look at her, she’s so pretty, before I even notice what she has on.

Ellie on

@sherly…and it’s people like you who just have to go and ruin everything but just blathering away in ignorance. you obviously can’t read anything aside from the title of the article or you would have, obviously, realized that 3 other women were named as already being faces of L’oreal. Beyonce is black, Eva Longoria Parker is a mix of Spanish, Asian and African, and Penelope Cruz is obviously Spanish. Three non-white women who are “representing beauty to all the ethnic minorities”. do us all a favor and just stfu.

Tammy on

Awesome choice, love her. can’t wait for the ad’s to come out.

Jon on

I think L’Oreal Paris’s new addition is great, best of luck to her! Also, congrats to Emily Deschanel on getting married!

skye on

@sherly – read the article first before making any comments moron!!!!!!

dsk on

@skye lol!! thank you – remember people – BEFORE you jump on the race discrimination wagon, make sure you have the facts.

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