I've always loved Zooey Deschanel's distinctive, slightly quirky beauty. Incredible eyes, striking pale skin against dark hair, plus the unique cadence of her speech: I'd swap beauty places with her in a snap, and not. swap. back. And I'm not the only one. After all, Rimmel London chose her to represent their makeup line with her celebrity face. So why aren't they using it?
Would you know who this Rimmel London face belongs to if her name weren't on the ads? (I didn't, even for the mascara one.)