The Academy Awards could easily copy something from this spectacle: at the Cannes Film Festival, stars like Andie Macdowell and Helen Mirren were wonderfully natural - and set a new hair trend.
After the forced Corona break - one might think - the Hollywood elite is now celebrating its glamorous comeback at the 74th Cannes Film Festival. And so it is, just much more natural than expected! Because already in the first days in France, the A-class actresses presented their wonderfully natural gray hair - as if it had never been otherwise. Gone are the days when thousands of dollars were invested in stylists who skillfully masked the first streaks of age. Now means: Look, my hair! In Cannes, people are now talking about the "Silver Ladies". Here are our highlights:
Jodie Foster and her wife Alexandra have always been wonderful couples. In Cannes, we got to see her in her hair partner look. While the front section of Alexandra Hedison's hair shines gray, Jodie Foster's hair is naturally framed by gray strands. Great side effect: Foster's eyes shine even more intensely than usual.
When it comes to Andie Macdowell, the first thing that comes to mind is the natural and deeply dark curls, the trademark of the actress. The length and curls have remained for Cannes, only in the hair color has nature drawn fine white highlights. A completely new look that Macdowell presented in Cannes - and that went down very well with the audience. "I didn't dye my hair - and when my approach came through, my daughter told me I looked 'wild and dangerous'. I kind of liked the idea," said Macdowell.
Helen Mirren has always been proud of her gray. The paparazzi were almost speechless about how intense their hair looks in combination with a yellow evening dress. Because the hair was not laid in elegant waves, but rather casually tucked into a "top knot". In combination with Mirren and Macdowell, Iris Berben looked almost "pale".