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11 Behind the Scenes Shots of Israel’s Gal Gadot, Recently Cast as Wonder Woman

December 6, 2013 12:01 am 26 comments

Israel's Gal Gadot in a photo-shoot for Vine Vera earlier this year.

Israel's Gal Gadot, recently cast as Wonder Woman, in a photo-shoot for Vine Vera earlier this year. Photo: Screenshot.

Israel's Gal Gadot, recently cast as Wonder Woman, in a photo-shoot for Vine Vera earlier this year. Photo: Screenshot.

Israel's Gal Gadot, recently cast as Wonder Woman, in a photo-shoot for Vine Vera earlier this year. Photo: Screenshot.

Israel's Gal Gadot, recently cast as Wonder Woman, in a photo-shoot for Vine Vera earlier this year. Photo: Screenshot.

Israel's Gal Gadot, recently cast as Wonder Woman, in a photo-shoot for Vine Vera earlier this year. Photo: Screenshot.

Israel's Gal Gadot, recently cast as Wonder Woman, in a photo-shoot for Vine Vera earlier this year. Photo: Screenshot.

Israel's Gal Gadot, recently cast as Wonder Woman, in a photo-shoot for Vine Vera earlier this year. Photo: Screenshot.

Israel's Gal Gadot, recently cast as Wonder Woman, in a photo-shoot for Vine Vera earlier this year. Photo: Screenshot.

Israel's Gal Gadot, recently cast as Wonder Woman, in a photo-shoot for Vine Vera earlier this year. Photo: Screenshot.

Israel's Gal Gadot, recently cast as Wonder Woman, in a photo-shoot for Vine Vera earlier this year. Photo: Screenshot.

26 Comments

  • Lynn Vantreight

    I was given a sample of the Merlot Collection-Resveratrol Moisture Day Cream at a wine tasting event and I must say my face drank this stuff up when I applied! It feels so soft, rich and smooth, just like a good MERLOT!

  • Just tried the moisture day cream sample and loved it! Really want to try the eye cream for puffiness and dark circles. My eyes could really use some help!

  • The first time I tryed the samples, I was amazed about how fast I noticed the results . And only a dab was applied on my wrist and hands. It left my skin so soft since my hands are constantly in bleach and dishwater. The promoter Martin from Ross Park Mall in Pittsburgh, also let my sample the body scrub which is great for all skin disorders. Loved it and the reseveratrol moisture day cream. You may look at the price and say wow , but on the other hand , your taking a great investment in yourself and your worth it.

  • My wife uses this product and loves it, Vine Vera will make a great gift.

  • Tried the samples and love them. Would love to win 500$ worth of products!

  • Gal Gadot—beautiful young lady
    Just got the Vine Vera product for “eyes”–hope it works

  • Started using Vine Vera products two months ago and I can see a significant change in my complexion. I’m over 50 and have been recently told by several people that I have a beautiful complexion. Thank you Vine Vera. Ms. Gadot is beautiful and well represents the Vine Vera line.

  • Michael Wagner

    Beautiful photos.

  • I love the peeling gel, 60 second facelift & pinot noir mask. My hands were very rough, wrinkled & dry from housework & chemicals.

    I feel the 60 second facelift has an even better effect after the peeling gel. My open pores became smaller!

    Pinot Noir Mask drew out the toxins in water droplets, & left my hands smooth!

  • No big shock here. She is gorgeous and Israeli women, who proudly and capably augment men in the Israeli military and have been doing so for decades, are all wonder women, as far as I am concerned. Go Gal!

    Mazal Tov!

    Bram
    Montreal, Canada

  • Mrs Martine Tree

    I bought 2 of your products last January and have run out. I leave in the UK. I there a shop that stock up your products maybe in London? Or can I buy it online? Thank you for a reply Mrs M. Tree

  • Charlene Tucay

    I love Vine Vera products. I’m slowly building my collection and I love Gal Had it she is gorgeous!

  • I finally found a product to get rid of those UGLY black circles under my eyes. Fantastic product! Thanks again.

  • I tried a sample of the Merlot Collection Day Cream. I love this product. I will be seeking out more samples.

  • What can I say….I’m speechless!

  • Just purchased for my birthday, Vine Vera for my hands and I am love with this product. Ido was the best sales person. I will ask for the facial products for the upcoming Holidays! Thanks for having the best product out there and a beautiful spokes model too!

  • She is gorgeous! She’ll play Wonder Woman well.

  • I am new to vinevera, I am excited after just one use my skin feels great.

    Love Gal Gadot in the Fast and Furious, she will make a Great Wonder Woman.

  • Gal Gadot is a beautiful woman. Wishing her much success.

  • Gal gadot is so gorgous and have such amazing skin. She’ll make an awesome Wonder Woman.

  • http://seeshoplove.blogspot.com/2013/06/vine-vera-resveratrol-skincare.html

    Wonderwoman uses wine to make her face young – COOL.
    “resveratrol is an antioxidant found in red wine and the outer layer of grapes that has been an anti-aging secret for centuries. The use of resveratrol is believed “to help slow the aging process and retain a timeless youthful appearance,” according to Vine Vera.”

    has to be a secret for Gal Gadot pretty damn cool to have a Jewish wonder woman

  • Gal Gadot will you marry me and I can be your superman? I will make you smile and sing Jewish songs all day and wear Vine Vera.

  • Gal Gadot is a talented and beautiful actress. She is a perfect match for representing vine vera. This line of beauty products makes you feel not just beautiful on the outside, but on the inside as well. I’ve used variations of lines before, but just after a month of using this product line, I feel truly confident in its ability to give my skin the elements of care it needs.

  • Love the products

  • What a natural beauty. Great choice for Wonder Woman.

  • I love Gal Gadot – classy great choice to be wonder woman. Great for the Jews – and of course great for Vine Vera which is a cool company also.

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