The 80th edition of the Venice Film Festival is almost over, but the red carpet of the tenth and penultimate evening did not fail to provide its dose of beauty inspiration.
It was the godmother who opened the dance for must-have hairstyles, Caterina Murino, arrived in the spotlight with a beautiful high ponytail, very high indeed, available in a rigorous extra smooth version. A true passe-partout, elegant and practical at the same time, ideal for the day and for the most glamorous occasions, such as on the red carpet of Hors-Saison set the trend. She also chose the tail, although in a low and soft version Antonella Fiordelisi, followed closely by Laura Mizere.
On the make-up side, there were peaks of seduction given by intense and smoky smokey eyes. Laws Maria Grazia Cucinotta, faithful to his bold look, but also Caterina Murino, and then Donatella Finocchiaro, in a sparkling version. The amount of fan-effect eyelashes? Without beam Jessica Chastain, that bewitches on the red carpet of memory with his bronze eyelids en pendant with the dress, and Levant, scratchy and seductive with the combination of extra dark eyeleash and flaming manicure.
The highly anticipated Jessica Chastain arrives on the red carpet showing off her unmistakable and very bright copper hair, slightly animated by soft waves. A perfect hair look to frame her magnetic gaze, given by eyelids dressed in bronze shades en pendant with the dress. A touch of light on her lips.
The actress lights up the scene with her smile dressed in a beautiful red that stands out on her moon skin warmed by dustings of pink blush. To frame everything, a pixie cut with a wavy texture.
The actress opts for the simplicity of loose hair, free to fall softly on the shoulders, focusing on the gaze, emphasized by shimmer-effect anthracite-toned eyelids. Her lips are glossy.
The large ice irises are in the foreground, enhanced by a glitter-effect eyeshadow that adds light. The complexion is fresh, radiant, luminous. The actress also has loose hair, which slides down her back.
Maria Grazia Cucinotta
The actress confirms her standard make-up, a combo of anthracite shades and black pencil that intensifies the look. On her lips a touch of matte lipstick and to complete her look with soft, sinuous, well-textured hair.
Levante seduces with her long, loose hair, with natural movement, and her large eyes highlighted by fan-effect eyelashes. The scratchy touch? A flaming manicure.
Hair styled backwards with gel coats and beard left free to grow. The charm of Giorgio Marchesi.
High, or rather very high, is the ponytail shown off by the godmother of Venezia 80. Very tight and closed by a lock rolled on itself, the beautiful ponytail reveals the actress’s face, making the play of anthracite shades that dress the eyelids the protagonist. The complexion is luminous, glowy.
Alba Rohrwacher confirms her predilection for ultra soft, almost nude make-up. Framing her moony complexion, warmed only on the cheeks by touches of pink blush, is hair with natural movement, a summer effect.
Alba Parietti’s summer-effect beauty look that she brings to the red carpet Hors-Saison her golden lob with a wavy texture, the setting for an intense and magnetic look. She combined her fan-effect eyelashes with shades stolen from the pink and purple palette. A touch of mauve on her lips.
Ridge, sorry Ronn, and his unmistakable thick hair.
Très chic is the soft updo, with free tufts, falling along the face, by Eva Henger. The make-up focuses a lot on the look, emphasized by plays of shades.
The chic praise of red: with wavy hair with bangs that open in the center and lips that light up a smile.
No hairstyle for Emanuela Folliero, but a medium cut that falls softly on the shoulders and frames her intense smokey eyes.
A bold shag cut with a beach effect frames the graphic eye make-up of the Spanish actress who opts for a line of well-defined black eyeliner and thick eyelashes to embellish everything.
Miss Italy 2022, Lavinia Abate took to the red carpet, freeing her wavy hair by decorating it with a jewel accessory. The make-up is delicate, with warm tones that highlight her dark irises.
Soft, flowing hair, a radiant smile and a look underlined by a stroke of black pencil that intensifies everything.
Antonella Fiordelisi opts for one of the most versatile hairstyles ever, the ponytail, available in a low and smooth version. On the make-up side, the look is accessed with anthracite shades and rims edged in black for greater intensity.
Low and essential ponytail also for the actress who uncovers her face and a look highlighted by extra dark mascara.
A bun with ends left free and tufts falling along the face frame Sophie Codegoni’s intense and extra-luminous make-up. While points of light illuminate the eyelids, fan-effect eyelashes add drama to the whole. The complexion is radiant and warmed by pink blush.
Very similar hair look for Sara Croce who however opts for a taller version.
Melania Dalla Costa
The timeless elegance of the chignon, here in a refined low version.
Burgundy lips in the foreground and a medium fluffy cut, which gains volume thanks to soft waves.
Light blue irises in the foreground for Dasha Dereviankina, highlighted by a stroke of black pencil that borders the eye and smoky shades to give intensity. Everything is framed by hair left loose, soft, free to slide along the shoulders.
Below is a recap of the beauty looks worn by the stars on the previous evenings of #Venezia80, red carpet after red carpet:
The actress brings the delicacy of a naturally radiant complexion to the red carpet, Elisabetta Gregoraci seduces with bold make-up, Valentina Bellè and Noémi Besedes aim for a sleek effect for their updos, following the latest trends. All the beauty of the ninth evening
The siren look of the model, the romantic updo of Violante Placido, the tail with an elegantly retro twist by Caterina Murino and then again peaks of seduction with XL eyelashes and colorful graphics. The eighth evening in beauty
The most awaited evening of the 2023 Venice Film Festival has arrived: it’s on stage Priscilla by Sofia Coppola. For the occasion on the red carpet we witness a “challenge” between natural make-up Vs. impactful ones, structured hairstyles Vs. le cool effortlessly. Bella Thorne is team wow, Kasia Smutniak relaxed. The other celebs?
Fifth day and the tones were rather restrained at the Venice Film Festival. If the make-up was mostly nude, the hairstyles ranged from messy buns to a few attempts to go out of line with boyish wet looks. But the most obvious choice, sometimes, is the one that makes a star shine, as in the case of the actress from The Last Kiss with a tandem of black-edged eyes and glossy pink lipstick with an adolescent look
Evening mullets, towering messy updos and discreet, nude and barely noticeable make-up, to accompany, and not obscure, key hairstyles. At Venezia 23, on its third day, there was no shortage of beauty looks with special effects
(S)everything runs smoothly on the red carpet of the second evening of the Venice Film Festival: after all, let’s talk about the film Ferrari by Michael Mann, for which fascinating foreign stars such as Patrick Dempsey and Adam Driver take to the stage. Loose and aplomb hair wins over crops, even if some try to definitely turn up the volume
The 80th Venice Film Festival has opened its doors and we are ready to capture, through the stars’ hairstyles and make-up, the trends of the coming season. On the inaugural red carpet you essentially go straight, followed by signature wet looks, while natural make-up alternates with lashings of bold touches. But someone made a false step, who?
Source: Vanity Fair
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