Actress Zoe Kravitz spreads her effortlessly cool and stylish vibes in a four-cover spread for InStyle’s beauty issue. The starlet is the epitome of hair and beauty goals as she flaunts her now-signature pixie that we have been ogling over since first debuted it in platinum. For the cover spread, the beauty slays her dark choppy look by Nikki Nelms with soft spikes and curls while rocking a a mix of sultry beauty beats by Nina Park.
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Photographed by Anthony Maule, the YSL Beauty ambassador captivates in a series of avant garde-meet-Hollywood glam looks from designers lik Dior, Saint Laurent, Chanel, The Row, Valentino and Maison Margiela. Inside, the 29-year-old gets candid with her godmother actress Marisa Tomei about inner beauty, bad tattoos, female friendship and so much more.
On inner beauty:
“Beauty is so much what’s on the inside, as Hallmark-y as that may sound,” she shares.”I didn’t always feel beautiful on the inside or on the outside. I had to go through phases where I had to try to find it. I’m just trying to listen to my body, spirit, and heart and notice when I don’t feel good. And when that happens, I shift my energy or my perspective.”
“I think the fact that they’re permanent is such a wonderfully intense thing,” she says. “It’s a deep way to adorn yourself, and I think they’re beautiful aesthetically. Even if you get a bad tattoo, it’s like … that’s where you were at that time. I think decoration is lovely, and you obviously are going to get tattoos in places you feel comfortable with or places you want to highlight, even if it’s just for yourself or your partner. There’s something that feels so wonderfully ancient about it as well, which I like.”
On female friendship:
“I’ve met so many wonderful women, specifically my castmates on Big Little Lies,” she says. “They’ve really become a support system for me, and I hope I’ve done the same for them. It’s so amazing to have women in your life like that who are a part of the industry and who you’ve grown up watching and admiring … and now they’re giving you advice and encouraging you to continue and develop your projects, your dreams, and yourself.”
Click through for all the images from the multi-cover spread.