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The Outset is a minimalist skincare brand that provides exceptional products for everyone, doing away with unnecessary ingredients and harmful stereotypes. With an approach to skincare that is mindful and minimalist, Scarlett says she wants The Outset to be "universal, approachable, and as reliable as your favorite white tee — a classic staple"
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On November the 08th Scarlett and Kate had a new event for there skin care line The Outset in New York this time to launch the new Face Oil product. Again like last time a a ton of the beauty community were invite to it and got to try out all the items on show and hear Scarlett talk about it and have photo/video time with her and Kate. Photos from the event are up in the gallery now for you all.

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Deadline – EXCLUSIVE: In her first major foray into television, Scarlett Johansson is set to star in and executive produce Just Cause, a thriller limited series based on John Katzenbach’s 1992 novel. In a very competitive situation, the project, from writer Christy Hall (I’m Not OK With This, Daddio), Johansson’s These Pictures banner and Warner Bros. TV, has landed at Amazon Studios with a straight-to-series order for Prime Video.

In the TV adaptation, the book’s male protagonist, Miami newspaper editorial writer Matt Cowart, is undergoing a gender swap, with Johansson playing the series’ female lead Madison “Madi” Cowart, a struggling reporter for a Florida newspaper sent to cover the final days of an inmate on death row.

Johannson, a two-time Oscar nominee and a Tony winner, has a personal connection to the title. At age 10, she appeared in Warner Bros.’ 1995 feature adaptation of Katzenbach’s book in only her second film role. She played the daughter of the main character, who was revamped as Harvard law professor Paul Armstrong and was played by Sean Connery. (You can watch a scene between the two of them below)

In the TV adaptation, the book’s male protagonist, Miami newspaper editorial writer Matt Cowart, is undergoing a gender swap, with Johansson playing the series’ female lead Madison “Madi” Cowart, a struggling reporter for a Florida newspaper sent to cover the final days of an inmate on death row.

Johannson, a two-time Oscar nominee and a Tony winner, has a personal connection to the title. At age 10, she appeared in Warner Bros.’ 1995 feature adaptation of Katzenbach’s book in only her second film role. She played the daughter of the main character, who was revamped as Harvard law professor Paul Armstrong and was played by Sean Connery. (You can watch a scene between the two of them below)

Hall executive produces the Just Cause limited series alongside Johansson, Jonathan Lia and Keenan Flynn of These Pictures. Zara Duffy, Head of Television for These Pictures, is overseeing for the company. Warner Bros. TV is the studio.

The cast of the 1995 Just Cause film, directed by Arne Glimcher, also starred Laurence Fishburne, Kate Capshaw, Ruby Dee and Ed Harris.

These Pictures is currently in production on the Greg Berlanti-directed Apple film Project Artemis, in which Johansson also stars opposite Channing Tatum.

Johansson, who ended her tenure in the MCU with her final outing as Black Widow in the standalone Marvel film, reprised her voice role as Ash in the Sing sequel. She can be seen in Wes Anderson’s next film Asteroid City. In TV, Johansson is known for her six hosting stints on Saturday Night Live and additional appearances as Ivanka Trump. Her only other TV series credit is a recurring voiceover role on Robot Chicken from 2006-08. Johansson is repped by CAA and attorney Kevin Yorn at Yorn Levine.

Hall, a LA-based playwright and screenwriter, co-developed and executive produced the Netflix/21 Laps 2020 series I’m Not OK With This, an adaptation of Charles Foreman’s graphic novel.

She is next making her directorial debut with Daddio, which she adapted from her play of the same name. Dakota Johnson and Sean Penn star in the movie, which starts production this week. Hall also wrote the English language remake of Joachim Trier’s film Thelma, for FilmNation and Craig Gillespie, and also adapted Hold Back the Stars for Dan Cohen at 21 Laps and Lionsgate and Stephen King’s The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon for Vertigo and Village Roadshow. In TV, Hall recently served as consulting producer on Apple’s Servant and the upcoming Untitled Damien Chazelle. Hall is repped by CAA, Grandview, and attorney Miles Metcoff at Yorn Levine.

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At long last and only 2 months till the end of the year Scarlett made a official event yay and probably her only one this year as she is now going to film but next year we should be getting a lot more from her. On November 02nd Scarlett was at David Yurman Hosts Event With Scarlett Johansson In Support Of Lower Eastside Girls Club at his flag ship shop in New York. The event as the same says was to support the Lower Eastside Girls Club and raise money for them and it looks like it was a success for them. The photos from the event have been in the gallery for a long time but this is the first point I have had to make a post about it. My life is a little crazy right now but with December coming up I will have more time off so things I hope will get back to normal. Till then you can view the HQ photos of Scarlett both arriving and inside the event.

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Shape – The actress recently launched her own skin-care line — and now, she’s revealing the emotional relationship she has to the way her own skin has changed throughout the years.

Scarlett Johansson knows from her own experience that adult acne isn’t merely annoying — it can really affect a person’s self-image.

When the Black Widow star was getting her foothold in Hollywood, she was dealing with breakouts and all the insecurities that come with them. It’s a struggle she still remembers today.

“I still look back at photos of me on the red carpet in my twenties, and I’m like, ‘I remember that pimple,'” Johansson tells People. “It was terrible. I would cover my acne before I even got in the makeup chair [while filming movies] just so that I didn’t feel so exposed. It really does affect how you feel about yourself and you just want to scrub it away.”

Johansson admits that she has tried “every kind of acne peel and mask and resurfacing polish” — but that approach backfired. Eventually, the actress decided that what her skin needed was a pared-down routine made of simple products.

And so she’s created the type of products that her skin craves. The Outset, a line co-created by Johansson and beauty veteran Kate Foster, is composed of a tiny range of “consciously clean” products formulated without harsh actives or common allergens. The line is meant to simplify your skin-care routine into an everyday three-step solution.”I feel confident about our products — they’re just so reliable,” says Johansson in the People interview. “The transparency of what’s in the line and what it’s doing sets it apart. We call it the white tee shirt of skincare because it pairs well with other stuff.”

Johansson is aware that she’s not the first celebrity to launch a skin-care line — and that the general public may be skeptical about the quality of The Outset’s products. But Johansson’s line is all about a minimalistic approach, which sets it apart, according to the actress.

Like so many people, when Johansson feels great in her own skin, the rest falls into place seamlessly. And now, as the world begins to recover from the effects of Covid, she’s taking full advantage of that.

“We’ve all been in COVID for such a long time, and then like now reemerging. I’ve started wearing lipstick again, which is so exciting,” Johansson tells People. “If my skin looks good, I feel like all I need is lipstick and I’m good to go.”

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Scarlett last week made a guest appearance on Dax Shepard’s Podcast Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard for it’s 500th episode. It is a one hour talk were she talks about her life, career, the outset, her own skin issues and how that made the outset and lots more. You can hear the full interview below and stills are in the gallery.

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newbeauty – Scarlett Johansson has been named the highest-paid actress in the world multiple times and has found herself listed as one of Time’s Most Influential People, and now she’s making a new name for herself as the co-founder of skin-care brand The Outset. Yes, another celebrity skin-care line, but something about this one is refreshingly more accessible, approachable and affordable, making it a clear stand out. Johansson had the benefit of partnering with co-founder Kate Foster Lengyel who has in-depth knowledge and experience in the industry. Together the pair created a skin-care line that’s as laid back as the award-winning actress was as we sat discussing what we were watching on Netflix ahead of the interview.

While sitting around a large, chic table in her office, which she says was originally in her home, we dove into the heart of the brand. It seemed nothing was off limits with her. The newest launch from the brand is the Exfoliating Caffeine Micro Polish ($34). Johansson says it feels like getting a facial in under a minute. The idea of the skin-care line not being “glamorous” but rather targeted for those who want to get in and out of the bathroom while still maintaining healthy, beautiful skin felt fresh. They lovingly referred to it as “the white tee of skin care,” easy and universally flattering.

Do your friends love The Outset?
Scarlett: “Yes, of course. All my friends have tried it. I made it for them anyway. I was saying to Kate, it’s really interesting, but my friends that have a male partner they’re all like, ‘My husband’s skin is amazing.’ I was like, ‘We’re saving relationships and having tons of sex now.’ That has been really surprising. We have a lot of male fans, 30 percent of our customers from our online store are male. We had intended to make this for everybody, and it’s actually fitting, so that’s been really cool. Everybody loves it. Half of my friends and family live overseas. So now it’s the challenge of when are we getting over there? Because I just have to ship it out to them secretly, but you know, that’s hopefully our next step. How do I get out to my UK friends and family?”

Kate: “We’ve been ‘actually-ed’ a lot. You know, where they’re like, ‘actually, it’s amazing.’ When you have friends, and you say, ‘Oh, I’m going to do this.’ They’re like, ‘Oh, God, I hope I like it because I have to see this person and say it’s great.’ I have friends who tried the line, and they’re like, ‘It’s actually amazing.’ It’s been a really gratifying experience for people to discover the products in the middle of a very saturated market and a crowded space and then be like, ‘Wow.’”

Scarlett: “It’s interesting because it’s a crowded space, but people are still looking for products. I have a set of girlfriends, and they’re all very into fashion and beauty, and they’re artists, and they’re creative. They have their own different brands and stuff they love, but they’re still looking for like a great cleanser or eye cream. Yes, it is a very saturated market, but there are people that are looking for their hero product.”

Kate: “And that was our aim to deliver. De-stressing the whole experience, I think, is kind of one of the key benefits.”

Earlier, you mentioned that you’re not trying to make skin look like a ‘glazed doughnut.‘ Now we’re discussing the saturation of the market. There are all these other celebrity skin-care brands. What sets The Outset apart?
Scarlett: “Going into it, we knew it’s a very crowded space, so that was something that we were hyper-aware of. I think, in a way, it was almost like an opportunity for us because the line is so pared back. It’s not about ‘Oh, can you attain my look?’ This is just about healthy skin.”

Kate: “You’re a pretty straight shooter. It’s no gimmicks, no BS, just great products, great quality, great skin.”

Scarlett: “I was like, ‘I know this whole shiny skin thing is in, but I’m too old.’ I’m at an age that if I do that, I’ll look like I got a laser peel or a procedure, and people will just be like, ‘Why so shiny?’”

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refinery29 – When I met Scarlett Johansson at The Outset HQ in Manhattan’s Flatiron district, she exuded cool boss vibes, power-walking from a conference room to a rustic leather couch in the entryway. She sported a freshly-chopped haircut styled with a subtle wave, which she tells me is a byproduct of wearing sunglasses on her head while her hair dried — the epitome of effortless.
Leaning into the leather-backed cushion, Johansson and I chat about The Outset, the skincare startup Johansson co-created with beauty veteran Kate Foster Lengyel. Ahead, we get into why she started brand, everything she uses on her skin, and my personal favorite topic: accessories (including the story behind her Irish finger tattoo.)

Refinery29: The obvious question: You’ve been a working actor, and also a producer, for so long — what made you want to move from the film industry into beauty?
Scarlett Johansson: I’ve always been interested in skincare. When I talk to friends, they’re like, ‘Of course you’re doing skincare.’ Because I had problem skin, it’s something I’ve been conscious of forever. When I was in my late 20s and after having my daughter, everything kind of narrowed, and I started thinking about how I wanted to spend my time because I have less of it. I thought, what would be fulfilling to me? The idea of having a startup and learning a new industry seemed like an exciting prospect.

R29: How was your skin problematic?
SJ: When I was adolescent, there were a couple of brands that I was using; Clinique was a big deal. When I started getting acne, I tried Proactiv and those skin-care systems with so many actives stripping my skin. It wasn’t until I started using a gentle routine — like, micellar water and gentle moisturizer — that my skin rebalanced and it was the best version of itself.

R29: What does your skin-care routine look like today?
SJ: I use the Gentle Micellar Water anytime I wash my face. I used to use a drugstore brand, like Cetaphil, but I found that those cleaners were made with so many [ingredients] — so this was our answer to the daily cleanser. It’s fragrance-free, made for sensitive skin. Then I use our Prep Serum and Daily Moisturizer. That’s my whole prep for everyday. I wanted to take the same amount of time as my husband.

R29: Your husband [Colin Jost] uses The Outset products, too?
SJ: We do the same steps. He uses the same products, plus the eye cream. I only use the eye cream at night. And I put on my cuticles. I was like, if we’re going to make an eye cream, I want it to be more of an ‘everywhere’ cream.

R29: Do you supplement your skincare routine with other things, injectables or facials?
SJ: I have a little boy, he’s one. After I gave birth, my hair was shedding and my skin got all patchy and dry. My girlfriend told me to start taking liquid collagen and it has made the biggest difference in my skin and hair. I got a hippie-dippy one from Amazon, but it has really worked.

R29: I love this blunt lob, too! How do you style it? What do you use to create this soft wave?
SJ: Nothing [laughs]. I just recently cut it all off — so that’s what I did for it — and I don’t really do anything. I sometimes put sunglasses on my head as it dries and I get a wave.

R29: What about makeup? What are your go-tos?
SJ: I curl my eyelashes. I use the Shiseido mascara. A little concealer and a highlighter, both from NYX Professional Makeup, and I’m out the door.

R29: You call The Outset, the ‘white t-shirt of skincare’ — how would you describe your personal style?
SJ: I feel feminine because I’m breastfeeding. Recently, I’ve been into wearing things that are feminine and flowy. I’m a jeans girl, too. When you don’t have to wear an elasticated waistband anymore, you’re like, whoo-hoo. I’m functional, too. I grew up in the city so my clothes are reflective of that. I wear footwear that I can walk 40 city blocks in.

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The Outset has just release there first new product Micro Polish, This is there first new item since launch back in February. And with the new product comes a ton of new promotional work like a new photoshoot, commercial, lots of press interviews and events so keep looking back for them.

EXFOLIATING CAFFEINE MICRO POLISH
Your 1 minute deep cleansing facial. Like a cup of coffee for the skin, this energizing facial scrub gently resurfaces to reveal a smoother, healthier and clearer complexion in just one use.

Natural mineral scrubbers gently removes dead skin cells, excess oil and impurities without irritation
Minimizes the look of pores and improves skin clarity
Skin looks more radiant and renewed

HYALUROSET™ COMPLEX
our signature botanical alternative to hyaluronic acid that nourishes, plumps and smooths

FINE PERLITE
natural volcanic minerals that are naturally spherical in shape to provide gentle physical exfoliation without abrading the skin

WHITE TEA
made from the leaves of Camellia Sinensis and helps to protect the skin from oxidative stress

CAFFEINE
helps to energize and revitalize the skin

CHAMOMILE
soothes and softens the skin

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harpersbazaar When Scarlett Johansson launched The Outset earlier this year, the announcement was met with a range of reactions—from elatement to eye rolls. Sure, the Black Widow star has incredible skin, but does the world need yet another celeb skincare line? For those of us who gave the line a shot (this writer included), the answer turned out to be a resounding yes.

Now, Johansson and cofounder Kate Foster are back with the brand’s latest offering, the Exfoliating Caffeine Micro Polish. “Everybody was asking for a skin polish,” Johansson tells BAZAAR.com. And it’s a product that’s near and dear to the actress, as regular exfoliation is the key that unlocked a clear complexion after years of skin issues. “In my whole journey of skincare, part of my routine was using a light exfoliant every day. So that is what ended up clearing all this crazy skin stuff that was going on,” she says.

It’s a physical exfoliant, composed of a natural volcanic mineral, but it’s designed to be gentle enough for sensitive skin (like all The Outset products). “It’s nut-free. You don’t have those microplastics, but it’s still a perfect sphere so it doesn’t tear your skin,” Johansson explains.

Also new to the mix are three refill packs for their hero SKUs—the Gentle Micellar Antioxidant Cleanser, Firming Vegan Collagen Prep Serum, and Nourishing Squalane Daily Moisturizer. The serum, according to Johansson, has been the brand’s runaway success. “It packs a huge punch—tightening and brightening and plumping. It’s a miracle serum,” she says.

The refills are a natural addition to a line focused on simplicity—a theme that might sound familiar if you’ve been following other celebrity lines, such as Hailey Bieber’s Rhode or Ciara’s OAM. But don’t expect to see Johansson walk out with Bieber-esque glazed donut skin anytime soon. “With all of the products in the line, your skin feels healthy and hydrated and bouncy. But it’s not that glassy,” she says, adding, “As you get older, you don’t really want to look shiny. I don’t want to look like I just had a laser treatment.”

The Outset’s launch may have been less splashy than, say, Rhode’s, but the founders say the brand’s success speaks for itself. “There’s a lot of skepticism out there around celebrity skin care,” says Foster. “But then when you see those positive reviews, and then you see the customers coming back to purchase their daily skin care again and again, that’s a huge source of validation.”

Johansson and Foster have also been outspoken about keeping the ingredients “consciously clean,” that is, nut-free, gluten-free, safe for sensitive skin, et cetera. But formulating that way has had its setbacks

“I think it was the Daily Cream—it was the first product that we were like, ‘Oh, we got this.’ It was working for all of us,” recalls Johansson. “And then months later, I don’t know what happened. But we’re doing the regulatory thing with our claims, and it came back like, there’s like a point-zero-whatever trace of coconut, or some kind of nut. It was the least problematic, and then it became the most problematic.”

In other words, it was back to the drawing board for the moisturizer. (Fear not: It’s now nut-free.) And that lip product they originally announced back in March? Scrapped for now. “We went down the avenue with a lip treatment, because for me, it was like a huge source of contention finding the right product,” says Johansson. “Ultimately we didn’t end up launching it because it just wasn’t it wasn’t perfect. I wanted it to be the one product you can use year-round, because I’m still searching for it.” But stay tuned, because Johansson hasn’t given up: “I’ll drive everybody crazy with the lip product.”

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As I said in the post below Scarlett was a guest on the talk show The Kelly Clarkson Show on 22nd and her interview she did aired yesterday. I was able to get my hands on the first interview for the site and make screen caps and full videos as well for you all to watch it. Scarlett talked about her son Cosmo and how he got his name, The outset what when into making it and the new product, Kate Perry and if I Kissed A Girl was about her or not but Scarlett did not no, Dress for Success who Scarlett is the global Ambassador for and we heard from Star who used it to get back on her feet and who Scarlett invite to come and see what she does and played a game of Catch A Rift Of This and Scarlett lost but we did get to hear her sing so that was a cool thing. it was nice to see her in person on these again and having fun.

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On the same day as the The Outset Reset Event Scarlett as well made a stop to The Kelly Clarkson Show for a in person interview to promote The Outset and what is to come with it, her working with Dress For Success and plays some games by the looks of it. The good news is with have HQ episode stills from it but the bad news is the interview has no release date to watch at this time but I would think it will be soon as the new product come’s out on Monday. But till then you can view the episode stills in the gallery.

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Scarlett has been MIA for a bit of time but she is back in promo mood again with The Outset releasing a new product and to celebrate that they did a big event in LA for it called The Outset Reset Event and a ton of the beauty community were invite to it and got to have photos with Scarlett. A ton of photos from the event have come out and some new TikTok videos Scarlett you can watch below.

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