The beautiful Nina Dobrev graces the cover of September’s Ocean Drive magazine. The 23-year-old actress wore her hair down with some added blonde highlights at the ends.
The cover features her wearing a sheer blouse over a black bra and mismatched plaids on her skirt and heels. The stunning, ankle-strapped heels match a huge ruby-red ring on Nina’s hand.
According to the Daily Glow, she also wears sultry makeup with her eyebrows in a lighter shade than her locks. Her eyes are dramatically outlined with thick black eyeliner, and upper lids were played up with matte, gun-metal gray eyeshadow. Black mascara was used on Dobrev’s outer eyelashes to give them extra fullness Her lips were lined with a nude, matte pink lipstick.
Here is a sneak peek of what The Vampire Diaries and upcoming Perks of Being a Wallflower actress had to say in the upcoming issue:
On working with the Perks cast: “We came from such different places. Emma (Watson) had just finished a Harry Potter movie. Ezra (Miller) had wrapped We Need to Talk about Kevin, which he has received incredible acclaim for. And I was fresh from The Vampire Diaries. We all got together for this one passion project, on location. We’re all around the same age, and none of us can drive—we went everywhere together in the Crown Plaza hotel van. That was our mode of transportation. We spent so much time together and would get together off the clock, after hours. Remember when you came and found us all sitting together in the lobby, playing music and singing at 4am?”
On her dream roles: “I want to do a little bit of everything. My dream role is to do a James Bond film, or if they did another Lara Craft, or even a prequel Lara Croft, I’d want to do that, to get it out of my system. Do you know the play August: Osage County? They’re making it into a movie, and Julia Roberts and Meryl Streep are playing the moms. My dream role would be the daughter. I think they’re shooting it while I’m doing The Vampire Diaries, but that’s the kind of thing I love. I want to play strong characters and real people.”