Kirsten Dunst is the very first L'Oréal Professionnel global spokesperson. In the US, Kirsten Dunst will embody the upcoming strategic launches of Beach Waves and Absolut Repair Lipidium available in salons in 2014.
Anne-Laure Lecerf, International Managing Director of L'Oréal Professionnel says, "Kirsten Dunst is a timeless beauty and is a modern woman, closely connected to fashion…She has the perfect attributes to embody the new values of L'Oréal Professionnel."Dunst’s passion for fashion and trends means that she is constantly playing with her style. When taking on new movie roles, Dunst is always keen to work with professional stylists to radically change her hair color, from reddish tones to bright blonds, from a smooth sophisticated look to a wilder, unruly style, to best prepare for the part. “I feel very close to L’Oréal Professionnel. The brand is strongly connected to fashion and I admire its commitment to innovation, constantly creating new professional services and products to achieve the most on-trend styles. L’Oréal Professionnel empowers hairdressers to transform and reveal the beauty in each woman all over the world. It makes me very proud to be a part of this stunning project.” says the actress.
2014 will mark the release of Hossein Amini's thriller, The Two Faces of January, in which Dunst co-stars opposite Viggo Mortensen and Oscar Isaac. In January 2014, Kirsten Dunst will start filming Jeff Nichols' science fiction film, Midnight Special, in which she will play a lead role next to Joel Edgerton and Michael Shannon.
Dunst is best known for her roles in Marie Antoinette, Spiderman, and Interview with the Vampire. Additionally, she was awarded Best Actress at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival for her role in Lars von Trier’s Melancholia. This year Dunst co-stars opposite
Viggo Mortensen and Oscar Isaac in Hossein Amini’s thriller, The Two Faces of January and will be filming Jeff Nichols’ science fiction film, Midnight Special, in which she will play a lead role next to Joel Edgerton and Michael Shannon.