"He always prefers a natural me - he's like, 'Come on, take the makeup off!'" says Kidman, a global ambassador for Neutrogena, of Urban.
It's her slightly goofy demeanour, as much as her mix of sophistication and self-deprecation that means Stone stands alone.
"I think I remind everybody of themselves. Because I'm not perfect, and I think a lot of people are portrayed as perfect, unreachable and untouchable".
Matt Smith and Claire Foy
Playing a young Queen Elizabeth in Netflix's The Crown helped Foy, with "being a lady". As Prince Phillip, Smith found fun in wearing "Aertex '50s T-shirts".
"I want to always be true to myself. I also want to be the kind of person who is capable of compassion and gentleness".
"Beauty is not long hair, skinny legs, tanned skin or perfect teeth... Beauty is the marks the life leaves on us".
Ventimiglia has matured along with his fans, stirring their hearts as Mandy Moore's soulmate, and young dad Jack Pearson on Ten's This Is Us.
She was brilliantly undone as a surprise December bride and has a reputation for being naturally gorgeous. As for how Hollywood sees her, "My look is more 'toothpaste model' as opposed to artsy", she once said. "Which sucks because I can play those roles." And then some.
"I'm never happier and more alive than when I'm on-set. I love it, it consumes me and I feel more confident".
The Hacksaw Ridge star is deeply rooted in spiritual practice and "being my happiest self," she told Byrdie.com.au. "And that's about doing enough self-development work to be at a place where I'm only sourcing happiness from an internal place."
"I think women are better than men. They are stronger and more evolved."
"I thought for so long that there was something wrong with my brain," the Fifty Shades of Grey star told Vogue. "Now I realise it just works in a different way".
Slowly but surely, Tessa James is making her way back into the spotlight. She refuses to let the gruelling experience of Hodgkin's lymphoma upend her life, but as the 25-year-old tells WHO, it did change her perspective on beauty.
Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds
From smashing it on the red carpet to having fun with daughters James, 2, and 6-month-old Ines, Hollywood's ultimate power couple have redefined glamorous romance.
Zayn Malik and Gigi Hadid
"We connected like really quickly," the model said in February. "We have kind of the same sense of humour and started sharing videos".
Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi
"Portia and I constantly say to each other, 'We are so lucky'," Ellen DeGeneres, who wed Portia in 2008, told WHO last year.
Justin Theroux and Jennifer Aniston
Their secret 2015 wedding set the tone for the couple's married life - luxe, rich with friends and deeply on the down low. "Marriage makes the small things much smaller and the big things small," Theroux told Rhapsody magazine for United Airlines. "You have an ally. It's good to have someone have your back."
Chris Hemsworth and Elsa Pataky
The picture-perfect pair live in NSW's Byron Bay with daughter, India and twin sons Tristan and Sasha and life is rich thanks to his wife, says the Thor star: "Watching her be a mother made me fall even more in love with her. She certainly keeps me sane".
Guy and Jules Sebastian
The creative couple lead a clutch of Australians making a difference through the Sebastian Foundation. "Once we had our own family, we realised just how lucky and blessed we were to have healthy children to nurture and send out into the world," Jules told WHO. "We wanted to show people there were others who cared and valued them."
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