Celebrity makeup and hair pros know a lot of things that we barely know about creating gorgeous looks. Instead, we are stumped about what look we should try every time we have somewhere to be – whether it is a casual or formal event. But now we have some beauty secrets to spill from the very pros. Read on and find out how the celebrities did it.
The Fake-Flirty Bob
Marcus Francis, the popular celeb hairstylist, says that the faux bob that Kerry Washington is rather easy to create. Would you believe it? Well here are your directions, you can decide then. First you prep the hair by spritzing it with thickening spray (Phyto Phytovolume Actif Volumizing Spray). Then blow-dry it and use your own hands to gather strands of hair together. Follow this by pulling your hair in a ponytail and keep it low. After you secure it with a band, do not pull at its tail. Once you have made a loop, pin it to the nape of your neck, and you are done! You can have gorgeous hair just like this lovely lady here. Next time you are getting out for brunch with the girls you know exactly what look to go for.
Freida Pinto opted to go for the ’30s beauty look and how gorgeous she looked. She even had her hair parted aside. This was created by the famous hairstylist – Stéphane Lancien. Wondering how she did it, here go the instructions. The celebrated hairstylist used a curling iron. She curled a few tiny sections of her hair on each side. There are no exact measurements so trust your instinct. Post this, brush your hair a little to soften your curls. After that, gather your hair into a low ponytail and make sure that it is off-center. Wrap this ponytail around the base a few times and make a bun. So that the hair does not fall out, secure it with a few hairpins. So, next time you are throwing a retro-themed party then you know which look to go for.
Bright Bright Lips
Lauren Andersen, a celebrity makeup artist applied Dior lipstick for Emmy Rossum in the Rose Harpers shade. And we can all agree how stunning her looks were on the red carpet. Of course, she is also a very beautiful woman. However, Andersen applied it with a brush so that it was precise. Post this, on the middle of her lips she made a dot with a brighter pink. This changed everything. Didn’t it?
Prince’s Iconic Shoes Get an Exciting Exhibit of Their Own
When you are an icon like Prince, even your shoes alone are worthy of getting an exhibit of their own — it turns out. The late superstar broke style rules and created a signature of his own that continues to inspire fashion designers to this day. Aside from the musician’s numerous hits, his personal style was equally as inspiring. Now, fans can get a closer look at his fashion legacy through a new exhibit at Paisley Park.
An Exhibit at Prince’s Former Home
People will be able to explore the star’s collection of signature heels in Paisley Park in Chanhassen, Minnesota, which is the former home and studio of the singer. The place has since been turned into a museum dedicated to Prince and his legacy. The exhibit will feature more than 300 pairs of shoes, many of which are entirely custom-made for his music videos and live performances.
The Beautiful Collection: Prince’s Custom Shoes is set to open on July 9, and you can already get your tickets. The greatest challenge for the Paisley Park team was to actually select the shoe assortment, given that they had hundreds of pairs to choose from and not enough space to showcase them all.
Mitch Maquire, head preservationist and curator of the Paisley Park exhibit, says that Prince kept all of his clothes and shoes in storage, and the team had to restore many of his signature outfits for the exhibit.
Always Pushing the Boundaries of Fashion
One of the reasons Prince was so widely loved by music and fashion fans alike is his unapologetic authenticity. He used fashion, particularly heels, to showcase his unique style and challenge the status quo. His perseverance in pushing the boundaries both of fashion and of social acceptance is what solidified his rank as one of the greatest creators of all time. Some of the iconic pieces to see in the exhibit are his cloud-printed boots which he wore in the “Raspberry Beret” music video.