Jennifer Lawrence's Latest Dior Ads: Are You Loving 'Em?

09/04/2013 at 05:32 PM ET

jennifer lawrence diorCourtesy Dior

Jennifer Lawrence’s new Dior ads premiered today, and the gorgeous actress is looking a little less coy and a lot more natural than she did in her debut campaign for the French fashion house. She ditched her glamorous veil, went with minimalist, so-natural makeup, and pulled her lighter-shade-of-brown hair into a flowy,loose, windswept knot.

jennifer lawrence diorCourtesy Dior

jennifer lawrence diorCourtesy Dior

We’re undecided over here re: whether or not we can get behind her more natural look, or if we actually prefer her previous, more couture ads.
So help us out and weigh in: What do you think of JLaw’s latest ad campaign for Dior?

–Storm Heitman

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dds on

I love these. So much better than the previous ads. She looks beautiful. And her eyes. Wow. They are mesmerizing.

Pam on

Natural is always better!

lisa on

Gorgeous! She is a natural chick. The previous ads were not her at all.

ghie on

less is more beautiful!!!wow she looks amazing!!!

Jennifer Lawrence's New Toned Down Dior Ads Are Beautiful on

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Guest on

If you can pull off natural, it’s always better!!!

Ashley on

At least these ones actually look like her and not like Rooney Mara.

guest on

I like these much better. She is a stunning woman. Why hide it behind all that makeup. Although this is fashion and sometimes you gotta get a little crazy with the makeup and hair. But these are by far much better.


Jennifer Lawrence looks absolutely stunning in these ads. Companies should take note of how beautiful natural can be. Please stop distributing ads that convey impossible expectations of women with no pores and no flaws because the photos are a misleading product of Photoshop and lead to a poor self-image and low confidence among females. Moreover, for People magazine to state that they are unsure if she looks better in couture ads is an insult in implying that someone’s face looks better when completely masked in makeup.

Dogman69 on

The one with her leg up and bent looks like she is letting one rip! Nice!

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