Emma Stone And Olivia Wilde Named Revlon Global Brand Ambassadors

08/17/2011 10:51 am ET | Updated Oct 11, 2012

Emma Stone and Olivia Wilde are the new faces of Revlon. Photos: Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images | Vittorio Zunino Celotto/Getty Images

Emma Stone and Olivia Wilde have been heating up the red carpet as summer's leading ladies, and now their set to face off as Revlon's new global brand ambassadors.

The color cosmetics company
has tapped the Hollywood hotties to front new and existing Revlon products, as well as star in campaigns launching early 2012 with looks created by Gucci Westman, makeup artist and global artistic director.

"These remarkably talented actresses personify the Revlon woman – glamorous, confident and bold. Together, they will help us build meaningful connections with new consumers and strengthen our relationship with existing fans of our brand,"; said Alan T. Ennis, Revlon president and chief executive officer, in a statement.

They join a gorgeous roster including beauties Halle Berry, Jessica Biel and Elle Macpherson.

"The Help" starlet Stone is "honored to be a part of the Revlon family" and reflects on the brand being a part of her life as a child.

She adds, "I vividly recall my mom wearing Revlon makeup and I remember getting to the age when I was finally able to wear Revlon myself. As a brand, it is a leader and innovator in the world of cosmetic beauty."

The company's commitment to raising awareness about women's issues stirs up "Cowboys & Aliens" actress Wilde. "It's exciting to join a company with a big heart and big ideas!"

The Hollywood hotties have pledged to join Revlon in it's philanthropic efforts, as the brand has raised more than $65 million for cancer research over the past 10 years.

Are you ecstatic that Stone and Wilde are Revlon's new faces? Which makeup products are you looking forward to seeing them wear?

Tell us your thoughts in the comments section and click here to see what Stone donned last night at the premiere of her new film.

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