Au naturel: Stars go for subtle sheen at Venice Film Festival
Looks like Hollywood divas going all out at red carpet events is a thing of the past because if the 2016 Venice Film Festival is anything to go by, then going au naturel is the chicest beauty trend of the moment.fashion and trends Updated: Sep 11, 2016 18:31 IST
Looks like Hollywood divas going all out at red carpet events is a thing of the past because if the 2016 Venice Film Festival is anything to go by, then going au naturel is the chicest beauty trend of the moment.
Countless stars turned up for the paparazzi rocking the same fresh, low-key yet flawless makeup look at the festival that wrapped up on Saturday.
It began with Emma Stone, who opted for a dreamy and luminous look for the screening of her new film La La Land. The Oscar-nominated actor dazzled thanks to a slightly dewy base prepped up with highlighter and creamy textured blush, perfectly offset by a light coral lip gloss.
A shimmer of silver shadow at the inner corners of the eyes drew the attention to her long lashes and echoed the twinkly star-shaped jewelry she accessorized with.
The following day, Swedish star Alicia Vikander stepped out for the premiere of The Light Between Oceans, sporting an even more pared-down look.
A matte base, a set of discreet eyelashes, a hint of nude lipstick were all it took for the actress to achieve a pretty, polished and laid-back look, counterbalanced by a simple and somewhat severe chignon.
Amy Adams followed suit at the premiere of Nocturnal Animals, opting for a soft autumnal look based around earthy neutrals. A light brown smoky eye and a taupe lip gloss perfectly complemented her matte foundation and tumbling, relaxed waves.
Dakota Fanning chose a shimmery look to reference her mermaid-esque sequin dress, using highlighter liberally around her eye sockets and cheekbones for a youthful glow.
She kept the rest of the look minimalistic, adding a touch of glamour with her slick, high ponytail that kept her face clear.
On Tuesday British model and actor Suki Waterhouse suggested the trend for looking naturally pretty was going nowhere fast when she turned up for a photo call for her movie The Bad Batch sporting matte foundation and a strong creamy pink blush, teamed with a smudge of eyeliner and a pale pink lip. Discreet earrings and tousled hair completed the effect.
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