Julianna Margulies

Julianna Margulies has been named the new face of L'Oréal's RevitaLift. Photo: Jill Johnson/jpistudios.com

Julianna Margulies is stepping out of her "Good Wife" navy blue pantsuits for a more glamorous gig.

The 44-year-old just signed alongside veteran spokesmodel Andie MacDowell as the new face of L'Oréal's anti-aging line RevitaLift, reports WWD. The line boasts retinol and marine nutrients that claim to firm skin and reduce the appearance of wrinkles, though Margulies says L'Oréal has shown more interest in her than just the surface of her skin.

"From what I gather, they seem truly more excited about my feelings about being a woman and what that means to me and how I take are of myself, which is telling about a beauty company," Margulies told WWD. "They are not just worried about how women look, but how they feel. The 'You're Worth It' tag line really is true.'"

The Emmy Award-winning actress says that regular 13-hour workdays force her to keep a concise beauty routine, with longtime staple products being the conditioning Kérastase line for hair and Preference hair color -- which she says she has used faithfully since 1996. Revitalift Complete SPF 30 Day Lotion is what the New York native reaches for daily.

When Margulies has the opportunity to pamper herself during downtime, she enjoys Tracie Martyn facials and full-body massages at Soho Sanctuary, both located in Manhattan. Martyn's facials are known to go for about $400 a treatment, while Soho Sanctuary massages range in price from $125 to $210.

Now a face for a leading beauty brand, Margulies has already begun fielding questions about cosmetic surgery. The actress claims she has never had Botox or filler injections. "I always considered my skin my best beauty asset because I got lucky: I have small pores. I am also very pale so I have stayed out of the sun most of my life," says Margulies.

However, the new spokesmodel says she wouldn't entirely rule out going under the knife if she feels one day that she wants to turn back the hands of time.

"I would never say never. The beauty of being a woman is you are allowed to change your mind. I value that my face moves. I am an actress. I have earned my laugh lines. That is part of my age and beauty. I think everyone has their own path in aging, but you have to find what works for you," said Margulies.

Fans of "The Good Wife" need not be nervous; Margulies isn't going anywhere, and she even has a big scene coming up in a future episode:

"There is going to be a big black-tie gala, and you can see she is coming into her own as a woman not emotionally attached, who is finding her own feet in the world. She's wearing eyeliner, red lips and curled hair. She also has on a red Roland Mouret dress!"

We imagine the talented actress will feel right at home amidst all the elegance.

In other celebrity beauty news, check out how "The Bachelorette" star Ali Fedotowsky maintains her great skin, healthy body, and positive self-image despite the harsh glare of the public spotlight.