Angelina Jolie is making headlines over the past few months for various reasons. The Oscar-winning actress has become the face of Mon Guerlain, one of the oldest perfume brands in France, and she seems to have a special reason for signing the deal.
Interestingly, in the past, Angelina Jolie has never aligned herself with any beauty products. So what made her sign the deal with Guerlain? In an exclusive interview with Hello Magazine, the actress revealed that it was her mother's favorite brand-eventually becoming a childhood fascination for her. She also described the artistry details and other efforts that the brand puts in to make their product so unique.
Post an ugly divorce spat with Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie is back to work for the promotion of her new film "First They Killed My Father." The film is set in Cambodia and talks about the genocide and other atrocities that took place in the country. "I felt honored every day for the opportunity to tell the story of Loung Ung and the Cambodian experience during the years of the Khmer Rouge," she said. Meanwhile, E Online published a report on how Brad Pitt secretly flew to Cambodia to spend time with his kids-raising speculation of a reconciliation.
For Angelina Jolie, there is another reason for rejoice. Her son Maddox, who was adopted from Cambodia, was also a part of the production team. She stated that she is happy to give him a hands-on education for Maddox to learn about his birth country. The interview was indeed an emotional material as the mother-of-six spoke about how "the sound of Zahara's laugh" give her the ultimate happiness.
When quipped about her signature makeup, she quickly chose the eye concealer to cover dark circles. Being a strong woman, Angelina Jolie revealed that she has no fear of aging and she vows for a healthy life. Of course, the last decade has been a tough journey for the actress facing a series of health issues and diverting her attention in raising her kids.© 2019 Mstars News, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.