Barbara Palvin redefined what it means to look sharp on the Venice Film Festival on Wednesday. Whereas strolling the pink carpet with Dylan Sprouse on the “White Noise” opening ceremony, Palvin held her head excessive to indicate off the stunning updo achieved by her hairstylist, Owen Gould. Like a wearable murals, the mannequin’s hair was slicked again into an elaborate bun composed of angular wisps and sharp curls that simply might have been mistaken for an summary sculpture.
Gould set Palvin’s hair, which was held along with expertly positioned bobby pins, with a shimmering hairspray that made her serpentine bun glisten below the flash of the cameras. Regardless of what gravity needed to say, Palvin’s hair stayed completely in place throughout each pose, head flip, and even kiss with Sprouse on the pink carpet. With fastidiously molded locks of hair looping and curling in each route, Palvin’s make-up artist, Charlotte Prevel, knew precisely complement the dramatic look. Holding her make-up easy, Palvin wore light-pink eyeshadow, refined blush, a shiny carnation-pink lip, and thick, pointed eyeliner so sharp we might solely dream of re-creating such precision.
Palvin’s outfit for the night was a black sequin Armani Privé robe from the model’s spring/summer time 2019 assortment. She styled the floor-length gown with a black clutch and heeled sandals. Sprouse walked alongside Palvin in a two-button go well with layered over a white button-up shirt and a black bowtie.
See the mannequin’s beautiful updo and equally elaborate make-up on the Venice Movie Competition pink carpet forward.