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How Olivia Wilde Got '90s Inspiration for 'Don't Worry Darling' Premiere

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Olivia Wilde is Don’t New York Premiere of the almighty Anthony Vaccarello darling Don’t worry, darling . Before donning a black Saint Laurent dress, the director got ready with the help of her long-time gorgeous team; makeup artist Mélanie Inglessis and hairstylist Mara Roszak conveying the vibe of Vaccarello (aka rock star) through their respective mediums. In Inglessis’ realm, that means enveloping the eye with a hazy charcoal liner and a warm pink lip. And what about Rosack? Sexy, life texture.

Photo: Courtesy of Mara Roszak
Image: Courtesy of Mara Rozak

“The Anthony Vaccarello girls always have a little edge, that grunge feel,” said Roszak, who set a casual lift with Velcro rollers at the top of Wilde’s long (natural) length. “Nothing is too much – Kate Moss” 45 something like . “

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Roszak prepped Wilde’s length with her own ROZ Santa Lucia Styling Oil, then applied a little volumizing mousse and blow-dried – making sure to blow the front of the actor’s hair forward, for extra charm. After that, Rozac curled Wilde’s hair in all directions for a very messy look. “I wanted a confusing curly pattern,” the stylist laughed.

“Olivia is such a beauty and her sexy hair really suits her,” Roszak added. We Can’t Help But Agree – Even After the Fortune

Don’t Worry Darling News , this moment is wonderful.



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