The curtain falls on the 80th edition of the Venice Film Festival, which ends with a powerful trail of beauty and glamor given by the final red carpet. It is the landlady, the godmother of Venice 80, who brings a certain amount of romance into the spotlight Caterina Murino who, having abandoned the rigor of the very high ponytail of the previous evening, decides to close the dance by showing off a wavy, almost princely half-updo, in perfect Kate Middleton style.
On the subject of waves, how can we not mention the sinuous ones, with an elegantly old Hollywood look, by Claudia Gerini. The perfect style to frame her magnetic gaze, enhanced by extra dark lashes and shimmer shades. TO Micaela RamazzottiInstead, the task of bringing to the red carpet all the seduction and audacity of a pixie cut with rounded, almost domed lines. To make everything even more bold, the beautiful smokey eyes, which intensifies the look.
Between intriguing smoky eyelids and dreamy shiny finishes – see, among others, Nicole Wallace and his eye rimmed in black with stardust – this final evening saw numerous red lips triumph. A worthy conclusion to a Kissing Festival.
The actress focuses everything on the intensity of her gaze, given by intriguing smoky shades that give depth. Her lips light up with a bright strawberry tone, while a very bold golden pixie cut with visible dark roots and rounded lines frames the whole thing.
To the rigor of the high and smooth ponytail of the previous evening, the godmother of Venezia 80 responds with a very romantic semi-updo in perfect Kate Middleton style. With sinuous and perfectly sculpted waves, it is the right and fairy-tale conclusion to the roundup of hair looks. On the make-up side, she seduces with beautiful smokey eyes.
Very sinuous waves frame the actress’s magnetic gaze, highlighted by an extra dark mascara that lengthens and thickens the eyelashes, and a shimmer eyeshadow. The complexion is radiant, warmed by pink blush.
The actress repeats the flaming lips of the previous evening, as well as the wrinkled effect texture of her very short cut. The complexion is glowy, warmed on the cheeks by touches of pink blush.
Dressed in red, Alba Parietti repeats the rosy shades of the previous evening, complete with black pencil to underline the look. To frame the whole of her, her golden lob, enlivened by soft and sinuous waves.
Veronica Maya brings to the red carpet all the charm of extra smoothness which frames a look highlighted by anthracite shades. The complexion is glowy, warmed by pink blush.
Nicole Wallace brings to the stage the elegance of the ballerina bun, an inevitable must-have for next autumn-winter, and a bold look, with a black line that bewitches and stardust to give light.
To her ultra-soft makeup, which focuses on extra-separated eyelashes and very light champagne shades, the actress paired a shaggy-effect bob with asymmetric bangs, with an almost wrinkled texture.
Its medium cut, softened by soft waves, frames a face sculpted by dustings of peach blush. On her eyelids a black line that emphasizes her gaze.
Jane Campion and her unmistakable white hair.
A high and sculptural crop frames her deep gaze, highlighted by eyelids dressed in anthracite shades.
Glossy lips in the foreground and a look emphasized by plays of brown shades. But what is undoubtedly striking is her scenographic and sculptural hairstyle, crystallized with modeling gels and pastes.
Margarita Rosa de Francisco
How chic Margarita Rosa de Francisco is with her cascade of sinuous curls framing her pale irises and her radiant face.
Matte-effect red lips and soft eye make-up, given by a stroke of black pencil to underline the look. She completes everything with a medium even cut, with bangs that touch the eyebrows.
Semi-updo of curls and flaming lips in the foreground that stand out against radiant skin.
Strategic hairstyle, faux bob effect, for Chiara Tagliaferri. To embellish everything, the maxi fringe and side tufts that fall sinuously along the face. What stands out are her strawberry-colored lips.
Below is a recap of the beauty looks shown off by the stars in the previous evenings of #Venezia80, red carpet after red carpet:
The actress lights up the evening with her fiery red lips, Jessica Chastain seduces with fan-effect eyelashes and bronze eyeshadow, Caterina Murino collects her lengths in a high, or rather very high, ponytail that conquers. All the beauty on the red carpet of the tenth evening
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 mermaid look of the model, the romantic updo of Violante Placido, the elegantly retro flicking tail of Caterina Murino and then even peaks of seduction with XL eyelashes and colored 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 tone was rather subdued at the Venice Film Festival. If the make-ups were mostly nude, the hairstyles ranged from messy buns to a few attempts to go outside the lines with a boyish wet look. But the most obvious choice, sometimes, is the one that makes a star shine, as in the case of the actress of The Last Kiss with the tandem black-lined look and shiny 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, we’re talking about the film Ferrari by Michael Mann, for which fascinating foreign stars such as Patrick Dempsey and Adam Driver take to the track. 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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