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How 'Don't Worry Darling' Reimagines Retro Cool '50s Beauty

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About Image may contain Human Person Harry Styles Clothing Apparel Suit Coat Overcoat Face and Florence Pugh Don’t worry dear , from the movie’s off-screen plot to the praise and criticism Mixed reviews – but one thing no one can take away from this movie is its stunning visuals. This psychological thriller isn’t just about making it look like it was pulled straight from a vintage Slim Aarons photo.

is set at 632 s – seems to be in Palm Springs or some other idyllic California area like that –

Don’t worry dear tells the story of a housewife Alice (Florence Pugh) living with her husband Jack (Harry Styles) in a utopian community known as the Victory Project. Mid-Century Modern Set Design and Fashionable Period Costumes by Arianne Phillips )) vividly brings the world to life. But what really stands out about the retro aesthetic is the one crafted by makeup artist Heba Thorisdottir and hairstylist Jaime Leigh. The couple’s credit director, Olivia Wilde, gave them the freedom to see their vision completely and thoroughly.

Image may contain Human Person Harry Styles Clothing Apparel Suit Coat Overcoat Face and Florence PughImage may contain Human Person Harry Styles Clothing Apparel Suit Coat Overcoat Face and Florence Pugh

    Image may contain Human Person Harry Styles Clothing Apparel Suit Coat Overcoat Face and Florence Pugh

    Photo: Courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures

    Image may contain Human Person Harry Styles Clothing Apparel Suit Coat Overcoat Face and Florence Pugh

    Of course, that means many victorious women are channeling the brightest stars of the day. Margaret (Kiki Lane) nods to Betty Page with her lash-like micro bangs, while Violet (Sydney Chandler) embodies Twiggy and Doe with her slim pixie cut and doe lashes. Gaming beauty by Mia Farrow. Meanwhile, Bunny (Olivia Wilde) takes on Bette Davis and Rita Hayworth, with sharp eyebrows, rosy lips, and flame-red pin curls. “We wanted beautiful period-specific waves and structure, but also wanted to make sure the wig still had enough movement and bounce,” says Leigh of Wilde’s custom hood, made in collaboration with wig maker Robert Pickens of Wigmaker Associates. They worked together to achieve the perfect red hue – in Gilda riff on Hayworth) — made in four different fiery shades.

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