Behind the Scenes of Scarlett Johansson's New D&G Beauty Ads

10/14/2011 at 12:00 PM ET

Scarlet Johansson for D&G Beauty
Courtesy Dolce&Gabbana

Scarlett Johansson is once again proving she’s a pro at creating a dramatic beauty moment! The star, who serves as the face of Dolce & Gabbanna beauty, is stunning in just-released behind-the-scenes images for the new DG Passion Duo lipsticks and Creamy Foundation.

In the glamorous shots, taken last summer in London during a fun-filled photo shoot, the bombshell poses seductively with bright-red lips and flawless skin, wearing a D&G robe and a sexy dress.

Johansson was first announced as the face of the makeup brand in 2009; at the time she was photographed in a series of shots meant to evoke Marilyn Monroe’s iconic beauty.

“Scarlett is a wonderful woman who, thanks to the fact that she is an actress, is able to play every time a different type of woman, or better, different aspects of the character of a woman: sometimes ‘girl next door,’ some others a ‘seducer,'” Stefano Gabbana told PEOPLE this summer.  Added Domenico Dolce, “It’s exactly this thing that we like most in her. She’s like a chameleon, she knows how to play with her image.”

Scarlet Johansson for D&G BeautyCourtesy Dolce&Gabbana

–Kim Peiffer


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