Eva Green Gets Up Close and Personal on Beauty, Hobbies and What It's Like to Work with Tim Burton
It's hard not to fall in love with Eva Green—even when she's just a voice on the phone.
"I'm in Ireland at the moment," she purred sounding every inch the femme fatale she often plays on the silver screen. "We just started about a week ago and then I'm going to go straight over to a Tim Burton film." The busy actress also managed to find time to pose in the 2015 Campari calendar wearing a fantasy wardrobe that included Vivienne Westwood, Diane von Furstenberg, Christian Louboutin, and Versace.
Somewhere between the glamorous photo shoots and prepping for her various roles, Green managed to find time to talk to us about where she likes to wander in Paris, how she keeps her skin glowing, and what her new role in the latest Tim Burton movie entails.
You're one of our favorite brunettes! What’s your secret to keeping your hair healthy and shiny? It's always so beautiful.
My scalp is actually becoming quite sensitive. I just discovered that brand Moogoo, it's for very sensitive scalp. It's kind of organic, very simple. It's nice.
And what about your skin? You’re always glowing. How do you wash your face?
It's nice to change [products]. I've discovered recently discovered SkinCeuticals. It's made miracles on my face, I have to say. They have some great antioxidant products and [the results] are immediate. It's a very amazing brand.
Your trademark is the smoky eye. You always hit the red carpet with it. Are there any new makeup trends that you are excited to try?
I don’t know if I'll be brave enough to go with very plain makeup on the red carpet because it’s kind of an anomaly for me. I like smoky eyes, but also the lips done because in real life I'm very boring and don’t usually have any makeup, so, for me, it’s the best opportunity to wear makeup! I love makeup on the red carpet.
"It's quite overwhelming, in a nice way." —#EvaGreen on her favorite place in Paris: @MuseeLouvre
before but she's done an absolutely amazing job because she's a real artist. Every set-up was very different, very beautiful. Like a painting. It was fun. I didn't feel like there was pressure from the clients. They love Campari. And, for me, it’s such a classic brand, I was absolutely honored to be a part of it.
Each set-up in the calendar—each month—tells such a story.
Yeah. And every character is different. There's a boyish style, femme fatale, then more romantic, and fabulous.
Every side of Eva.