20 January 2012

ARTISTRY casts Australian screen actress, Teresa Palmer, as Global Face

We are delighted to announce our partnership with Australian screen actress, Teresa Palmer, as the new Global Face of ARTISTRY skincare and color, effective December 2011. Teresa will work exclusively with the ARTISTRY brand through 2014.

She is best known for her work in the box office hit, “I Am Number Four” with Alex Pettyfer, and has appeared in the “Sorcerer’s Apprentice” alongside Nicolas Cage, “Bedtime Stories” with Adam Sandler, and “Take Me Home Tonight” with Topher Grace.  Her most recent film, “Wish You Were Here,” will premiere at the Sundance Film Festival this month. She will also star in “AWOL” with Liam Hemsworth this year and “Warm Bodies” with Nicholas Hoult, which is slated for release in August 2012.

“I’m delighted to work with a brand like ARTISTRY that provides independence to so many women around the world, and does so with amazing products that help us look good and feel good about ourselves,” said Teresa Palmer.

 The decision to align with a celebrity face marks the emergence of ARTISTRY as a global competitor in the prestige beauty space with a revamped aesthetic, signature packaging and new product collections emphasizing innovation and performance, designed to meet the unique skin care needs of different ethnicities around the world.

Teresa Palmer will make her global debut in Japan, Korea, Southeast Asia, Europe, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa as the face of ARTISTRY’s fall 2012 color collection, Escape to Paradise.

For now, here’s a glimpse of Teresa from our latest photo shoot. We hope you think she’s as stunning as we do!

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