What do Bond girl Léa Seydoux and the late Hollywood icon Jean Seberg have in common? Well, of course, there is the acting talent. Without that, Seberg would not have become one of the cult figures in French film in the 50s. And Léa Seydoux would probably not have modernized and changed the image of the Bond girls with her self-confident and tough portrayal of Madeleine Swann.
But the two actresses have one more thing in common - on the head. Because Léa Seydoux surprised the press tour for the new 007 strip with a new short trend hairstyle that is very reminiscent of Seberg's classic pixie cut.
So far, we have known 36-year-old Seydoux mainly with long hair or with hairstyles that ended around shoulder length. The new short hairstyle is a pretty radical type change - but with which the actress really did everything right.
The pixie cut suits the native French incredibly well and ensures that her beautiful and sensual facial features are optimally presented. This is ensured primarily by the longer fringes on the neck and ears. Thanks to them, the short hairstyle doesn't look a bit harsh or even edgy, but rather playful and romantic. Léa Seydoux's short bangs also look extremely good and direct the focus to her sparkling eyes.
But that was by no means all of the advantages of the short trend hairstyle: As Léa Seydoux proves on the press tour for the James Bond film "No Time to Die", the short hair can be combined in a variety of ways. The trendy hairstyle goes just as well with a minimalist outfit, consisting of a turtleneck sweater and blazer, as it does with an elegant evening dress. For this, the actress styles the short hairstyle simply once slightly tousled with a great structure, the other time in a noble and shiny sleek look.
... but also looks great with elegant red carpet robes