interviews: Ana opens up about her beauty routine, her future projects and how to face the pandemic…

Good afternoon guys! The sweet Ana recently did interviews following her announcement for Estée Lauder, and her more than interesting future projects. We have selected several important passages, which might interest you.

Ana first spoke beauty representation and her routine during her meeting with ELLE UK‘s team:

‘I remember using my grandmother’s face creams – she always looked so elegant and beautiful. She was from Spain, and moved to Cuba to a country that was really hot and humid but she was still always so well put together. Even when she would go grocery shopping, the image I have of my grandma is her looking so pretty and clearly doing it for herself and no one else. That was my first impression of what a beautiful woman is.’

What does beauty mean to you?

‘What I find the most attractive is when I feel like someone’s being genuine. You can tell when someone is being authentic or just imitating someone else. I see women that wear a more natural beauty look like almost no make-up, while others go really bold and wear beautiful lashes, colours, liners and glitter’.

She did the same during her interview with BYRDIE:

‘I usually just take a shower, wash my face… I have this little beauty fridge, this mini fridge, and it’s cold in the morning and I [put my] eye creams [in there] and it makes me wake up right away. I heard once that—I think it was Grace Jones or something—she used to put her face in a bowl of ice water every morning. I try—can’t do that. It gives me a headache. But I do have my mini fridge and my eye cream and my roller and everything and that’s cold enough for me to wake up. You put your serums and sunscreen and then a moisturizer and you know… it’s perfect. A little mascara, and you’re good to go.

She also talked about the impact of the pandemic on her life and her next projects:

‘It’s been a very intense year for everybody and I thought that it was important to figure out a way in which I could create the space to take time for myself to think, meditate, feel good and healthy, so I built a meditation room. I exercise pretty much every day and I’ve learnt to enjoy my time in the bathroom doing my beauty routine, my ritual! You need that time to put on your creams, wash your face…’

So how have you been handling this past year during the pandemic? How has it been on your mental health and well-being?

[Takes a deep breath] ‘Well, I guess, like everyone else, [I’m] trying to figure things out every day, slowly, making sure that despite everything, you still stay connected with the people you love, with family, with your friends, with everyone that keeps you sane. Even though I don’t love it, being on the phone and video calls have made a big, big difference. Thanks to that, now I do appreciate it. And [I’m] trying to stay healthy, keep moving, trying to work out and eat healthy; take time for myself and figure out—now that I have the time to—to find the things that I love to do for myself.’

‘I try to keep myself moving and I still [go] to the gym and try to run a little bit and take some boxing classes—things like that. And also some meditation. And then now, of course, I’m preparing for a new film that’s an action film, so I’m really working on training and doing stunts and learning all the choreographies and practicing all the things, so that is a very good excuse to get into shape for real. [laughs] It makes me feel like I’m back in my normal state and it helps mentally too… you get it all out like it’s a way out for all the emotions, and then you’re exhausted and you crash.’ [laughs]

You recently cut your hair into a super short bob…

‘Yes! I’m about to start shooting this movie with the Russo brothers and working with Ryan Gosling and Chris Evans again and it’s a really active role. We started discussing what we wanted my character to look like and how that would work with all the action and we found all these pictures of really short hair. Action films don’t really work with wearing wigs so I was like, “I’m going for it, let’s cut it for real”.’

So, last thing, what are some things that bring you instant happiness?

‘Oh my gosh… talking to my friends, seeing them in person mostly, but now, talking to them. Dancing. A glass of wine. Going to beach, the ocean… those things.’

Two very enriching interviews, allowing us to learn a little more about our beautiful Ana and perhaps follow her advice to survive this pandemic mentally.

Estée Global Ambassador

Hello everyone! I am very happy to announce that Ana de Armas officially becomes the ambassador of the cosmetics brand Estée Lauder (based in New York City). We discover a first photograph in average quality as well as a Behind the Scenes of the day of the shooting of the campaign.


COVER SHOOT | The Sunday Times Style

Good afternoon guys! The sweet Ana de Armas is a cover girl once again for the cover of The Sunday Times Style magazine, January edition. heck the magazine scans and photoshoot in the gallery.


Pandemic Struggles

Hi everyone!!! First of all, I wish you a happy new year and hope everything will be better this year… The website is not updated daily, due to the pandemic situation, but make sure that as soon as Ana will be able to work as before, Ana de Armas News will be updated everyday. Love u, Deb.

Walking her dog in Los Angeles

Good afternoon guys! Ana de Armas was seen walking her dog Elvis on the streets of Los Angeles, accompanied by her boyfriend, during the World Quarantine Period. All 2020 candids have also been posted. Found them in the gallery.

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CANDIDS > 2020 > Aoril 23 – Walking her dog in Los Angeles

COVER GIRL: Vogue Spain

Good afternoon guys! The sweet Ana de Armas is a cover girl this time for the cover of Vogue Spain magazine, April edition. Discover a translation of the main lines, but also the magazine scans, as well as the advertising campaign for El Corte Inglés.

Reinvent the concept of Bond girl, step into the shoes of Marylin Monroe or face fashion campaigns, in the eyes of the public, like the most ambitious future missions of Ana de Armas. But behind the smokescreen and an imposing landing in Hollywood, there is an actress who is ready to mark her time.

Serrano ham, with tomato and bread please‘. ‘I went to bed at 5 a.m., straight from the plane, and I just woke up. They wanted to bring me breakfast, but that’s what my body wants‘, she confesses, rubbing her hands.

Ana is in Spain during the interview to lend her face to the new Spanish advertising campaign El Corte Inglés. ‘It’s very funny because ten years ago, El Corte Inglès was my favourite hobby, I spent hours there zoning, even if I didn’t buy anything. It’s very surreal to be its muse today‘.

As she assumes, her only home in recent months has been a suitcase and her dog Elvis, a Maltese dog who has been accompanying her wherever she can for eight years. ‘During a trip I made to London, I had to leave him in Cuba in quarantine. When I got back, I lost my luggage and found myself in a strange city, without any of the two things that remind me a bit of having a house. It took me four days to get it back but when it arrived I had already decided that I had to rethink my life.’ ‘At first, I was quite excited to live in a corner of the world every week, I’m not going to lie to you: but I have to change that.

Far from the red carpets or the private flights that she now mixes up in her routine, until she was 14 years old, she went barefoot to school and her biggest concern was to get the role of Emma Bunton when she met her friends to imitate the Spice Girls. ‘They were one of the few things that came to Cuba from the popular culture that germinated in the West. Although I started to understand the lyrics only two years ago,‘ she jokes. This lack of resources fueled an obsession with inventing characters and memorizing soap operas that found hope for the future when, at the age of 14, her parents told her about the National Theater School.

I took the little I had and came with this money to Madrid, but I did not properly calculate what my savings were worth here,‘ she laughs. ‘A few charity sofas were my salvation.‘ Another and more effective rescue was El Internado, on-screen between 2007 and 2010, thanks to which her face became so recognizable that it made audiences fall in love with Ana, which gave her a place on the Spanish screen, but also led many to believe that they were in possession of carefully scrutinizing her changes in physical appearance or her love life (she was married to actor Marc Clotet between 2011 and 2013). ‘At first, it was funny to feel important, because your ego gets used to this kind of attention, but then I understood that it was a mirage. […] When I had made the decision to escape to New York for a few months, my agent called me to accept a role in the tv show Hispania. They sold it to me as the job of my life and I went back to Madrid to do it, but I was very disappointed‘.

Chatting with this woman with the olive green eyes and uncompromising frankness is a refreshing antidote to the paraphernalia that generally envelops any actor who has entered Olympus in Hollywood. After several changes of date, time and city for this interview, it was she who insisted on an appointment to chat without timers and without a red line concerning the subjects. ‘I had a hard time getting out of the Latina stereotype with character as much as possible, but the cinema is full of clichés and you can’t let your guard down.‘ This does not mean that she does not play Cuban, as is the case in No Time to Die: ‘It’s the fantasy of the James Bond world. But thanks to the scenario of Cary Fukunaga and the dialogues of Phoebe Waller-Bridge, my character is not there to complete the story of Bond‘, she reasoned at the risk that the concept of the Bond girl would become obsolete in the 21st century.

Now, I want to read a book, finish furnishing the house I bought recently in Cuba, to escape two weeks in a lost place. I don’t have a single day off on the calendar for the next few months and I’m afraid it will burn me and make me tired. In fact, while I’m talking to you, I’m going to book a getaway soon‘. In the midst of auctions to reach the top of Hollywood, even the most ferocious warrior has to put on his sword to remember that his biggest fight is himself.

Written by MARIO XIMÉNEZ – Translated by ANA DE ARMAS NEWS


COVER GIRL: The Hollywood Reporter

The beautiful Ana de Armas is on the cover of The Hollywood Reporter magazine with her stylist Karla Welsh and Zoey Deutch and her stylist Elizabeth Stewart, for this stylish edition. The actress and her stylist respond to an interview with fashion questions and their favourite looks during their years of collaboration. Check the magazine scans and photoshoot in the gallery.


‘No Time To Die’ Release Date Moved to November

Good afternoon guys! News from the film ‘No Time to Die‘ in which Ana plays a young CIA agent named Paloma. Rumours initially said movie could be released a month earlier due to fears around Coronavirus.

Everyone in production is really concerned about the impact of the virus. The more it spreads, the more people will be inclined to self-isolate which will really damage the film’s box office takings.

Finally, the movie will be released in November. Meanwhile, discover photos from the Total Film magazine of March in the gallery.


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Good afternoon guys and welcome to Ana de Armas News, your new source concerning the Cuban actress Ana Celia de Armas Caso. Find all the news of the talented actress through different media: photos, videos, interviews ect. Find now in the gallery the latest photos of the sublime Cuban, gallery which is filled every day to make it as complete as possible. Thank you so much to Amande and Amelie. Have a nice day, Deb.