Welcome to Diana Silvers Fan, the latest online resource dedicated to the talented actress Diana Silvers. Diana has been in films like "Booksmart", "Glass", "Ma", "Ava" and "Birds of Paradise". She has also been in TV Shows like "Into the Dark" and Netflix's "Space Force". This site is online to show our support to the actress Diana Silvers, as well as giving her fans a chance to get the latest news and images.
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Diana Silvers on Hollywood, Joni Mitchell, and Working with Steve Carrell

Diana Silvers is maybe one of the coolest people you’ll ever meet. But I don’t know if she knows it. She’s incredibly laid back yet engaging, whip smart, and can wax poetic about Joan Didion for hours. She’s an actress, model, photographer who you’ve seen in Booksmart, Birds of Paradise, Ma, and Space Force, and recently on the cover of Harper’s Bazaar labeled as Hollywood’s New Darling. In this episode, Diana shares her acting process and how an unexpected life turn brought her to one of her first roles. We also talk Space Force Season 2, some of our favorite shows on TV, growing up in LA, and more.

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Veronique - Feb 17, 2022
Articles & Interviews
Elle Canada: Diana Silvers and Ella Balinska on How Beauty Comes From Within

Two of the newest brand ambassadors for Clé de Peau talk about their skincare routines, favourite products and internal beauty.

In a world where beauty can be defined by how much makeup you do or don’t wear, it’s refreshing to hear about how the makeup world has started to be redefined amongst industry professionals and the actresses who have spent their careers in many makeup chairs. One of the brand’s trailblazing this discussion is Clé de Peau, the Japanese beauty brand that is now fronted by Dakota Fanning, Ella Balinska and Diana Silvers. Not only does the brand produce incredible products, but they have devoted some of their brand to focusing on female empowerment and opportunities for them. We sat down with Balinska and Silvers to chat about their daytime and nighttime beauty routines, their go-to products and the best tips they’ve received from makeup artists throughout their careers.
What does it mean to you to be an ambassador of Clé de Peau? Since the brand is one of the first ambassadorships for both of you, what drew you to this collaboration?

Ella Balinska: I for one was absolutely thrilled when I was asked to be an ambassador. It is obviously a huge honour to be part of an amazing brand that not only creates incredible skincare, but also their core values, their philanthropic endeavors, especially girls education and opportunities in STEM— that speaks so loudly to me. To be able to do that with the homies, Diana and Dakota, is really special. Not only that, but the [Clé de Peau] team are all really great, too. It feels like a lovely family.

Diana Silvers: When I got the call, I was so honoured and excited that I got to be a part of [the brand] and the more I learned about [Clé de Peau], and the more I was talking and working with the team [I noticed it] is mostly women, which is so cool. Like Ella was saying it’s not even about external beauty but it’s inner beauty and beauty through empowering others, specifically women. It’s love and it’s power and the bigger picture of it all—it’s not just about skincare, it’s deeper than that. That’s why I feel so at home with the brand too.

How does Clé de Peau fit your vision of beauty?

EB: One of their core values is all about radiance. It’s all about embracing who you are and how you know, Clé de Peau can really help [with that] and how you walk around the world and affect other people. I think that anything rooted in that positivity not only is an amazing reflection on being part of an amazing brand but it makes you want to live your life that way too. It’s amazing. There’s nothing more fulfilling knowing that a brand that is rooted in such rich radiance and empowerment.

DS: The Clé de Peau team are leading by example. They are practising what they preach in real time and that is so inspiring and it makes me want to do the exact same thing in my personal life, and how I interact with the people around me. Like we were just talking earlier about what our biggest fear is, and I was like, I’d never want to leave a situation, making someone feel bad about themselves. I always want to leave a situation where everyone feels good after and like every time I talk to the Clé de Peau family, when I talk to Ella, when I talk to Dakota, I always feel good after and I feel like it really is like women supporting women in its purest, truest form. We’re empowering others and hopefully will inspire other people to do the same in their personal lives—on the smaller scale with their friends and family to a larger scale with their communities.
What’s your daytime and nighttime beauty routine like?

EB: I love doing a routine—I’m a huge routine person! In the morning, I start off with washing my face with the Softening Cleansing Foam, and then I love toning before I do anything. Afterwards I’ll use The Serum, because it’s a miracle formula. Then, of course, La Crème—I love having a bit more of a dewy finish. Whenever I do my makeup, I love using the Radiant Fluid Foundation. The thing I find with the cream and the natural foundation is that they blend really well together—the synergy between the products is incredible. I also find that it lasts throughout the whole day, especially because I’m super active and I do a lot of physical activity. I’ll be able to do a workout and somehow find myself at dinner and I haven’t touched my face yet.

At the end of the day, I always wash my face using the cleansing foam. Then I love using the Intensive Fortifying Cream—I really like waking up feeling quite hydrated because when I sleep my skin gets quite dry. It’s really great to wake up and still have that moisture going on without it feeling oily.

DS: My daytime and nighttime routine is pretty similar. In the morning, I don’t wash my face with anything, just with water. My skin is really sensitive so I have to be very gentle and Clé de Peau makes something for my soft little baby skin. I’ll put The Serum on, which is like a miracle product and then I’ll use the Hydro-Softening Lotion to lock in all of the moisture, so I look dewy and fresh all day long. I always wear SPF every morning of my life—oh my neck, the décolletage.

At night, I wash my face to get all of the debris and the pollution from our wonderful Los Angeles off my face. I’ll use the Clarifying Cleansing Foam and it’s really gentle—it smells fresh and nice. Then I will again use the serum because it keeps everything moist. My favourite thing at night is the famous La Crème— it is like heaven in a jar. I wake up every morning feeling so good and like I’m alive.

Both of your careers have picked up in the last decade, and you’ve certainly had the chance to work with some of the top beauty professionals in the world. Diana, you’ve worked in the modelling and film industry, and Ella, you’ve been on many film sets. What are the best tips you’ve learned from them?

EB: There’s some really interesting things that we learn on set. Especially with camera tips and tricks, because being on set with all those lights. You know you learn some amazing things about how to keep your skin hydrated. [I use] the Hydro-Softening Lotion, mix it with a nice alkaline water, and spray it on my face. That keeps long lasting hydration throughout the day without having to use blotting powder. It doesn’t make you shiny, it just keeps you fresh [which] is incredible.

DS: Unfortunately for me, everything I’ve done I had to look not cute. [If I have] makeup on me I get told, maybe you shouldn’t be so hydrated. And I’m like, come on, guys. Let me glow on camera, please. Hopefully I’ll have more tips and tricks if I do a project where I have to wear funky fun makeup, or there’s more action going on with my face.

When do you feel the most beautiful?

EB: Safe is the key word. When you feel like you can just be totally around yourself with people that you trust and that you love, and they love you. On top of that as well, I think on a professional level, for any of my characters that I play, it’s those moments on set where the only thing I can call it is like the twilight zone, where it’s sort of like you’re not trying to please anybody else. You’re just open and present and listening in the moment. Completely living a truth for a character.

DS: When I’m with my people, like my friends and my family. It’s such a cliche, but I really do feel the most safe and the most comfortable— we’re all laughing and smiling and you’re with people that make you feel really good. It’s so easy to feel beautiful in those moments.

Source: ellecanada.com

Veronique - Feb 1, 2022
Articles & Interviews , Gallery , Photoshoots
Harper’s Bazaar article

Diana Silvers on beauty, self-care and achieving radiance

The actress shares her self-care practices and how true beauty lies in generosity

Diana Silvers’ star is rising. You might be familiar with her modelling work, where her lithe 5’10 frame and ethereal facial features have seen Silvers walk for some of fashion’s biggest designers and appear on the covers of international publications. More recently, Silvers has turned her attention to the pursuit of acting and, at the age of 24 she’s landed roles in successful films such as Booksmart and Ma. In her latest endeavour as a new ambassador for Clé de Peau Beauté, alongside fellow Hollywood stars Dakota Fanning and Ella Balinska, Silvers spoke to Bazaar about what beauty means to her and how we can achieve true radiance.
When it comes to my make-up, less is more…

“I’m a minimalist so my make-up bag is so small. I don’t really wear too much but, when I do, the Clé de Peau Beauté Radiant Fluid Foundation is literally the greatest thing that has ever been made in make-up, I think. I wear it in shade 20 because I’m fair, but a little bit olive. Then I’m also obsessed with the brand’s Cream Blush. It’s a multi-use product you can put on your lips, throw on your cheeks and your eyelids, so this is like my three-in-one glory product. It’s what I wear pretty much every day. It’s so simple but a little bit goes a long way.”
The three beauty rules I live by…

“Always take your make-up off before you go to bed, which for a while I feel like I didn’t do. There are those nights where it’s three in the morning and you had like five parties to go to, or it’s Emmys week and you are so tired, but you know if you go to bed in that make-up you’re going to feel really bad the next morning. Also, I stand by the first and last thing you should drink in a day is water, it’s like the ultimate beauty hack. And SPF. That’s three important things everyone should carry on doing.”

My favourite make-up product is…

“A lipstick. I love a nude but I actually just love all lip colours, I think they’re so much fun and can really change the way you feel about yourself in a day, and can really tie an outfit together. Right now I’m actually wearing this one called Peach Stone, which mixes really well with my natural colour. I definitely go for colours that are more berry and brown, but it also depends on the time of the year – like the season, or how pale or tanned I am. That’s what’s so fun about lipstick: you can always explore different colours and have fun.”

I believe that radiance is…

“People’s laughs, generosity and kindness are all radiant qualities. People being generous with their time, generous with their empathy and, of course, there is being generous in the sense of philanthropy and giving back. All my friends, my family, and the people I love, it’s how they make me feel too – when the people around you empower one another and we all lift each other up.”
Giving back is important to me because…

“I’m going to quote Tobey Maguire’s Spider Man right now, when they say, ‘With great power comes great responsibility’. I feel like when we’re given this wonderful platform, we have to use it for good. I think about programmes that I did growing up, like after-school programmes, or summer camps, and all the opportunities that I was privileged enough to have to explore different things. It only makes sense to give back so that other people can also have those opportunities. I think it’s really important to give back to the community because it starts with us – it starts with the individual. It’s all part of lifting each other up and empowering each other to be able to help someone else, lend a hand or donate money or volunteer. It’s how you spread opportunity and how we make a better world for the next generation.”

I get into character through my…

“Hair, make-up and costume. This is very base level but my roommate and I, for example, have very different approaches to the way we dress and do our make-up and hair because we’re different people. Everyone has a different method and skincare routine and way that they get ready in the morning, from the perfume they wear to the make-up they use. My favourite part of getting into character is meeting with the hair and make-up department and figuring out how this character sees herself. How do they get dressed? How do they put their make-up on in the morning? All of that is very meticulous and thought about because very rarely are they going to be just like me, and I don’t want to be just me on camera.”

When my skin is unhappy I…

“Drink lots of water. It’s really important, and what you eat always shows up on your skin. If I’m on my period and I’m craving a lot of sugar or salt – and then it shows up in my skin – I’m like, ‘OK, reset your body, drink a bunch of water, eat a vegetable.’ I also love a good mask, Clé De Peau Beauté has amazing eye masks that cover the top half of my face and I feel like all of my stress shows up there because I emote a lot in my face.”
My favourite way to unwind…

“I love baths. I love an Epsom salt bubble bath where I do a face mask and have a candle going, and I’m watching Parks and Recreation or I’m listening to music. That to me is the ultimate self-care. And then getting a good night’s sleep. Sleep is really important.”

I find beauty in…

“Kindness, honestly. I think the most beautiful thing a person can be is kind. My mum is the most beautiful person in the world to me because she’s so kind and she always leaves you feeling good. To leave an interaction feeling good about yourself because of how the other person talks to you, that’s the most beautiful thing in the whole world.”

Source: Harpersbazaar.com

Veronique - Jan 23, 2022
Articles & Interviews

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