Lupita Nyong'o, Penelope Cruz, Lily Collins and Kate Winslet form beauty supergroup for Lancôme

The leading ladies star in the brand's new campaign.


Lupita Nyong'o, Penelope Cruz, Lily Collins and Kate Winslet have formed the ultimate beauty supergroup for cosmetics giant Lancôme. Proving that beauty is timeless, the four actresses have 'revealed' their ages for the brand's new #LoveYourAge campaign, all looking as radiant as ever in the close-up shots.

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The actresses revealed their ages for the new campaign

Lancôme have been teasing beauty addicts over the last few days with images of the stars from the campaign on their Instagram account, but this is the first time that they have revealed the final shot, with a montage starring their dazzling brand ambassadors.

"Beauty is not about hiding your age, it’s about embracing it. Do you #LoveYourAge?" read the caption, with the fashionistas' ages emblazoned in their respective frames.

It's not the first time the four stars have come together for Lancôme – earlier this month they dazzled at a party to celebrate 80 years of the beauty brand, joined by other stars including Isabella Rosselini and Julia Roberts.

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Isabella Rosselini, Lupita Nyong'o, Julia Roberts, Penelope Cruz and Kate Winslet

The leading ladies were all clad in black, aside from Lupita Nyong'o, who dazzled in a silver sequinned gown. They later took to the stage to discuss their involvement with the brand, before heading off to mingle with guests.

While Lily, Kate and Penelope have been ambassadors for Lancome for years, Lupita is still relatively new having joined the beauty giant just last year, becoming the first African woman to be the face of the brand.

"I am truly honoured to join the Maison Lancôme, a brand with such a prestigious history that I have always loved," she said in a statement at the time. "I am particularly proud to represent its unique vision for women and the idea that beauty should not be dictated, but should instead be an expression of a woman's freedom to be herself."

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