Shailene Woodley and her make-up artist Gloria Noto posed for The Hollywood Reporter and talked natural beauty products and more!
“One of my best friends was like, ‘You’re going to love her because she uses very light makeup and she’s the best,’ ” recalls Woodley. Says Noto: “We connected right away — we instantly started talking about tinctures and herbal remedies. It was cool.”
The rising star surprised fans when she arrived at the Elle soiree with a much shorter do. The pixie, which was cut on set for her role as a cancer patient in The Fault in Our Stars, drew all eyes to Woodley’s visage and her clean, sophisticated makeup. “It’s all about her face right now,” says makeup artist , who met Woodley, 21, in 2011 during The Descendants promotional tour and bonded over their love of organic beauty.