Audrey Hepburn and Marilyn Monroe
Recently we told you about Francis O’sullivan, the London model and part-time makeup artist, which repeats the iconic images of grace Kelly, Dorothy Dandridge, Audrey Hepburn and other Actresses from Hollywood movies. For those who are looking for inspiration, we’ve gathered some of our favorite beauty looks from the screen: from Liza Minnelli in the film “Cabaret” (Cabaret) to Julia Roberts in Pretty woman (Pretty Woman).
“Gentlemen prefer blondes” (Gentlemen Prefer Blondes), 1953
Musical Comedy of 1953, based on the novel by Anita Loos, talks about the singers Lorelei Lee and Dorothy Shaw performed by Marilyn Monroe and Jane Russell, who went on tour in Paris.
It is thanks to this film, we learned that a girls best friend is diamonds, and seen the looks of a perfect Hollywood makeup porcelain skin, feathery eyelashes, plump red lips and “cat” arrows.
“Cabaret” (Cabaret) 1972
Liza Minnelli not only in this film relied on bright make-up — look at the dramatic blush and the lips of Joel grey!
When was the performance, I also auditioned, but to no avail. However, I knew that the film would not miss! In the end, I adopted early fossa. To meet with producer SAI Foyer I came in character, dressed as Sally Bowles, as I imagined it in coats and scarves. Before that, I went to my dad and asked to talk about the glamour of the 30-ies. Wanted to portray Marlene Dietrich, I thought to disguise themselves as blonde. And he said to me, “No, wait!” Brought the book and showed photos of famous brunettes of the time: TEDA Bara, Louise Glam and Louise Brooks. I was inspired by them.
I ordered false eyelashes, because those that were sold, were not huge. Got a haircut, stuck lashes, she applied make-up and went to Bob and asked him: “What do you think about that?”. He exclaimed, “What did you do? That’s great!” So I found my way
— said in an interview with the star.
“The fifth element” (The Fifth Element) 1997
My favorite beauty bow — the image of the alien leeloo from “the Fifth element”. Her hair, eyebrows and makeup — she is unforgettable, said in an interview, Milla Jovovich.
Hundreds of girls, inspired by this picture were re-painted their hair orange tint and eyeliner with a black pencil.
“Cleopatra” (Cleopatra), 1963
Eye makeup like Elizabeth Taylor in “Cleopatra” with jet-black long arrow is not the first decade is considered a real classic make-up. Online you can find hundreds of step-by-step instructions on how to repeat, without exaggeration, legendary.
However, few people know that she also somehow recorded training videos. It star with a unique purple color of the eyes makes a perfect Smokey in seconds. Sleight of hand and no fraud!
“Barbarella” (Barbarella), 1968
Since the release of cult film Roger Vadim’s “Barbarella,” which glorified Jane Fonda, half a century later, however, the playful hands, crazy bouffant and futuristic images of 60’s from Paco Rabanne is still relevant.
Who not only copied this iconic look! Reference picture can be found in the collection of Dior autumn-winter 2014, as well as in the collections of Jeremy Scott, spring-summer 2016 and Rodarte fall winter 2008. Kate moss, Doutzen Croesus, Kim Kardashian, Paris Hilton and many other stars try on this image.
“Breakfast at Tiffany’s” (Breakfast at Tiffany’s), 1961
Known makeup artist Wally Westmore, who worked with Audrey Hepburn on the set of paintings, invented a technique which allowed to make the face of the actress is more vivid: he laid Foundation, which was a lighter shade of her natural skin tone. The fact is that without this trick, the camera “caught” only eyes Hepburn, which face on the screen looked flat.
Other components of the brand image of the performer of the role of Holly Golightly you know. Do the classic black arrows, densely progressivem eyelashes (Audrey famously used a pin to separate the lashes from each other), apply nudewww lipstick, progressivem eyebrows and comb our hair in side parting so that the strand was located on the diagonal (such imitation bangs). Voila!
“Contempt” (Le mépris) 1963
The main sex symbol of all time Brigitte Bardot, she unwittingly created the image that became iconic for the world of fashion and beauty. Tangled hair (as opposed to styled hair to hair curls of Marilyn Monroe and grace Kelly), sloppy make-up, smoky eyes and bold arrows — this is the first time we saw the actress in the film “And God created woman”, and then in the film “Contempt”.
“Marriage Italian style” (Matrimonio all’italiana), 1964
Fresh cheeks, skillfully powdered nose and a well-tinted eyes — not the most important thing in art to be attractive. Beauty depends on another — kindness, mind, and imagination, without which a bold woman will not be
— said Sophia Loren.
Hardly anyone dares to name a star not spectacular. High cheekbones, full lips, almond eyes, Auburn curls in conjunction with thrilling twists, which would envy itself Venus de Milo — the actress was impossible to look away.
One of her best looks I think the role of a young courtesan of Felomena in the movie “Marriage Italian style”, which 20 years waiting for his beloved Domenico, but never became his wife.
“Day beauty” (Belle De Jour), 1967
Raised from the roots of the hair, peach lips, black arrow, pale pink nail Polish — all components of the image of the bourgeois housewife from the 1967 film Severina Cerisy,it seems, never goes out of fashion.
I was born in a family where all the women were beautiful, but I didn’t pay much attention to it. We are not taught to think about how we look. It wasn’t something I was proud of, rather what I was given. I’m not obsessed with her appearance, but cinema is a visual medium where looking good is necessary,— said in an interview with Catherine Deneuve.
“The family of Tenenbaum” (The Royal Tenenbaums), 2001
The heroine Margot Tenenbaum, played by Gwyneth Paltrow, became an idol for young people and zero Muse for designers. Then a copied image from Wes Anderson: fixed the clip in her hair, slightly carelessly failed with a black eye pencil on the contour and straightened hair.
“The adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the desert” (The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert), 1994
The film telling about the adventures of three drag Queens, received an Oscar and two BAFTA awards. Separately, critics noted eccentric makeup of the main characters. Modern drag Queen (drag is an acronym dress as a girl) love it!
“Pretty woman” (Pretty Woman) 1990
The image of a girl of easy virtue with Vivien voluminous curls revolutionized. And how after the film soared sale velvety crimson lip stick L’absolu Rouge from Lancome… It’s a beauty tool in popularity could compete with the red dress that the heroine Julia chose for my date with Richard Gere.
Star wars (Star Wars), 1977
When in 1977 George Lucas, the Creator of the Saga, worked on the film, he used the imagery of women soldiers of the Mexican revolution (known as soldadera) that joined the popular uprising of the early twentieth century:
I was attracted to the way women revolutionaries from the South-West of the times of Pancho Villa. A model for the creation of hairstyles of Princess Leia hairstyle was Clara de La Roche, participant in the Mexican revolution.
Hairstyle with a fancy name “bagel Two” after the film became a cult classic. To repeat it, by the way, is not difficult, just the amount of swirls still better to reduce. Make a Central parting, and then two tails on the sides. Loop each of the two strands of hair and make curls at the sides. Fix the hair with hairpins and lacquer — and may the force be with you!
“Desperately looking for Susan” (Desperately Seeking Susan) 1985
After starring in the movie “Desperately seeking Susan”, which is called the encyclopedia of fashion of the 80s, Madonna has become for many a role model. Carelessly laid streaked hair with shaggy, catchy makeup — looked like a real rebel at the time.
“Beetlejuice” (Beetlejuice), 1988
Winona Ryder became world famous after the release of the film directed by Tim Burton’s “Beetlejuice”. She played melancholic and dreamy girl, who along with his father and stepmother moved to mystic haunted mansion (and see their only girl).
In the frame looked like Winona is suitable: with black as pitch hair, dark shadows and pale skin. A kind of prototype, Wensday Addams from “the Addams Family” (The Addams Family).
“Taxi driver” (Taxi Driver) 1976
Often the creation of a new collection of designers inspired popular movies or TV series. The film “Taxi driver” with jodie foster in the role of underage prostitutes is no exception. So, in 2011 its spring collection of Marc Jacobs has been devoted to this picture.
Of all the hundreds of movies that you ever seen how many beauty looks can you remember or should I call legendary? Maybe the image of Alicia Silverstone from the film “Clueless” (Clueless) or an image of grace Kelly, the detective in “rear Window” (Rear Window)? Write your variants in comments!
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