3 posts tagged "Lea Seydoux"
While many a celeb has snapped a selfie sans makeup for Instagram, few have posed for a magazine cover minus all the smoke and mirrors. That’s exactly what French actress Léa Seydoux did for the September issue of Jalouse. Lensed by Juergen Teller, Seydoux looks slightly pissed off (and possibly recovering from the previous night’s bender…shades of Cara Delevingne’s Love cover), but despite the undereye bags and bedhead, she’s still undeniably gorgeous. [FashionSpot.com]
Got a minute? Check out fifteen different nail looks in sixty seconds, captured by film director Marcus K. Jones for MarieClaire.com.
No need for a Starbucks run—soon you’ll be able to get a jolt of caffeine via an odorless and invisible spritz, dubbed Sprayable Energy by former Harvard student Ben Yu. The formula (comprised of caffeine, water, and an amino acid derivative) is designed to gradually sink into your system—providing a steadier buzz. [Allure.com]
Tattoo artist, and face of her namesake cosmetics line, Kat Von D is popular…really popular. Her brand’s Facebook page has over 4.6 million fans and 2.2 million post likes—topping Stylophane’s list of beauty retailers. That’s a lot of thumbs up. [WWD]
As French actress and Prada Candy fragrance face Léa Seydoux took her seat front-row at Miu Miu earlier this month, she revealed a huge hair moment: the Mission Impossible star had shorn off her chest-grazing blonde locks, revealing a new, flaxen pixie cut in their stead. But that was then, and this is now. Seydoux dropped another beauty bomb last night at the Paris premiere of Les Adieux à la Reine, the new Marie Antoinette flick, following in the footsteps of models like Patricia van der Vliet and Heidi Mount and embracing Fall’s severe brunette dye job. It goes without saying that her new ‘do is a lot of look. But is it a good one? Weigh in below.
We got our first glimpse of Léa Seydoux when the French actress nabbed a starring role in the Prada Candy fragrance campaign. Full disclosure: We watched her do the Apache dance in that commercial about 100 times. Those lips! That fringe! Her adorable gap teeth! We knew then that there was a certain je ne sais quoi about Seydoux that was mesmerizing—which is presumably what compelled Woody Allen to cast her in this summer’s Midnight in Paris. With a part in a new big-budget blockbuster, Seydoux is on her way to Hollywood superstardom, but that doesn’t mean she’s lost her innate sense of effortless French chic. At the U.K. premiere of Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol last night in London, Seydoux paired a brick red lip with sculpted cheeks, natural brows, and one of the prettiest, softest side braids we’ve seen in a good long while—wispy, face-framing layers included. Thoughts on her easy red-carpet look?