How to “recycle” the bob helmet according to Florence Pugh, queen of the Paris front rows
The star of "Don't worry darling" and "Lady Macbeth" sports two new bob-cut renditions at Valentino events during Paris Fashion Week.
In the exclusive parterres of Paris Fashion Week, American actress Florence Pugh stands out with two simple but very modern reinterpretations of the most popular medium bob-cut.
Florence Pugh at the fashion shows with the 1960s bob
The controversy with director Olivia Wilde who directed her in the film "Don't worry darling" is now behind her, the 26-year-old American actress is relaxing with Paris Fashion Week. And she doesn't miss the chance to sit in the parterre of Valentino's fashion show.
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Wearing a printed mini dress and bell cape, the petite star (5'6" tall) soars in the photocall with a new ultra-simple but decidedly up-to-date hairstyle.
The ultra-short, smooth bob, with the topknot parted to the forehead, is styled by hairstylist Peter Lux, who writes on Instagram, "A touch of 60s-style glam inspiration."
The sculpted wet look for the after party
But there is no shortage of party occasions in Paris, and after the fashion show, the star of "Midsommar" and "Lady Macbeth" returned to the hotel for a change of outfit - and look - ahead of the after party also by Valentino.
With the transparent two-piece gown embroidered with golden sequined arabesques, the star opts for a new hairstyle that is quick and very effective. But above all, very current.
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Hair in honey-blond hue with brown regrowth is sculpted with gel. The high wave topknot on the forehead and temples are defined in the comb effect. While the ends of the locks veer slightly upward and act as a luminous frame for the face, made up by Hung Vanngo with bronze glitter pigments and lipstick in desert pink shades.