Rachel Weisz Joins L'Oréal as the Brand's Newest Face

10/12/2010 at 12:20 PM ET

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Hot on the heels of Julianna Margulies’s appointment as a face of L’Oréal Paris, the cosmetic giant has now announced British beauty Rachel Weisz as the latest Hollywood star to ink a global deal–but in a disappointing turn for American fans, won’t include the U.S. “I am honored to be the new ambassador of L’Oréal Paris, which values both beauty and diversity,” the 40-year-old actress says in WWD of fronting the brand’s skincare and makeup products. Weisz joins L’Oréal’s A-list stable of spokespeople including Diane Kruger, Andie MacDowell and Beyoncé. And while many of us will need to join the jet-set to see Rachel’s print and television spots, others around the world can mark their calendars to keep an eye out for her skincare campaigns when they start rolling out in November. The award-winning actress will front makeup ads for the beauty firm beginning next spring. Tell us: What do you think of Weisz as the newest face of L’Oréal?

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