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Radiant skin, perfect smile, spectacular hair; Halston Sage ‘s natural beauty is definitely an ode to perfection. The Daughter of the Bride actress confessed to us that she has used the Clarins cleanser for many years and today, she is in love with the new Double Serum Light Texture from the same brand. Formulated with 21 powerful plant extracts, the anti-aging serum regenerates, brightens the skin and diminishes expression lines, without leaving the skin greasy. Halston was born in Los Angeles and as a child, she knew that she loved to make people laugh, so she decided to study acting, to focus specifically on comedy films. She has appeared in films like Paper Towns, How to Rock and this year she will debut as an executive producer in the film The List.
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L’Beauté – June 2023

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In a time where action-packed thrillers, fantasy books turned films and dramas are breaking records at the box office, there’s a clear genre gap missing where there didn’t used to be – the good, old fashioned romantic comedy. For actress Halston Sage, who grew up admiring the work of Julia Roberts and Reese Witherspoon, she’s hoping to help fill that gap in her latest film, Daughter of The Bride. Sage portrays Kate, who attempts to set up her single mother Diane (played by Marcia Gay Harden), and to her surprise, they quickly fall in love and the two work together to plan the wedding of her mother’s dreams. A mix of My Best Friend’s Wedding and a bit of Bridesmaids, it’s hilarious, romantic and emotional – everything you would want in a modern-day romcom. And in the film, Sage proves that her acting chops could easily stand up there with the heroines of the very films that have inspired her throughout her career.
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Light that enters a prism refracts to become a rainbow, its beams bent and manipulated into something that stuns. There are people who are not used to that kind of light, who see brightness as something foreign and strange. There are others who would rather the light not enter their life at all, afraid of what it might reveal. Then, there are those who invite the light in – who, despite themselves and whatever fears they may harbor, are bursting at the seams with it – and the inevitable glow that follows testifies to the strength of their character.

“Risk taking is a part of life,” actress Halston Sage says, her words as incandescent as she is. “If you never take risks, you will never know what you are capable of doing. I am a big believer in making choices in life that are true to your values and your heart. If you know that the risk you are taking is for a cause that is true to what you believe in, then even if you fail, you will not have any regrets – you can only learn from the experience.”

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29 Flaunt Magazine – Issue 155 – August 2017

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It was only six years ago when Halston Sage made her television debut. In that short time, she’s crafted a career that Hollywood dream-chasers could only aspire to. She’s landed major roles with accomplished actors and filmmakers like Seth Rogan in Neighbors, Adam Sandler in Grown Ups 2, Sofia Coppola’s The Bling Ring, and alongside Cara Delevingne in Paper Towns. Halston is famous for playing the blonde beauty, either the embodiment of virtue or audaciously cruel. The spectrum of characters in which she is casted shows her marvelous range. She brings dimension to archetypical characters with complexity and has a remarkable way of getting you to connect, whether you want to or not. From her formative days as a teen star, to more sophisticated performances in film, there is no denying that her artistry is striking.

Although relatively new to the scene, Hollywood was always within reach. Halston grew up in Los Angeles, a rare breed whose upbringing was set against a sunny backdrop of palm trees, salty air and brilliant skies. She didn’t jump into acting at an early age like many Angelenos do, but she was always a performer—finding creative outlets in her school newspaper and high school plays. Halston is an award-winning equestrian whose affection for animals is inspiring. With a personality that’s as sunny as the weather, there’s no denying her exceptional charm.

Coming from an assembly of Nickelodeon alum who’s been able to forge a career, Halston has done so seamlessly, without the overtly rebellious scandal. She has done things her way, in her own time and it shows. Halston Sage is a star without a script.

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24 The Laterals (2017)

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In the horror comedy Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse, out October 30, Halston Sage plays Kendall, a popular girl with a heart of gold who is described as having “clearly won the genetic lottery.” It’s a glib assessment that Sage, 22, has had to fight since she came to attention in 2014’s hit comedy Neighbors, in no small part due to an onscreen snog with costar Rose Byrne. The scene earned Sage an MTV Movie Award nomination for Best Kiss. “I’m proud of that!” Sage, who grew up in Los Angeles, says with a disarmingly nerdy chortle. “Getting to kiss Rose was a privilege. I still have a crush on her.”
Sage has been working to add substance to her bombshell roles—a struggle she has in common with Lacey Pemberton, the character she plays in the recent young-adult drama Paper Towns. Lacey, the not-so-clueless BFF of Cara Delevingne’s Margo, can’t seem to shed her ditzy reputation, despite the fact that she’s bound for the Ivy League. Sage’s surprisingly layered performance will no doubt lead to meatier roles for the actress, but for now she is donning the scream-queen crown, starring alongside Jack Black in an upcoming film adaptation of the YA Goosebumps horror books. “I’m ready to walk the streets like in Pretty Woman or get locked up in the loony bin Girl, Interrupted-style,” she insists. “I just have to be patient.”