While everyone was amicably discussing Paulina Andreeva's appearance at the closing ceremony of Kinotavr (traditionally holding the hand with Fyodor Bondarchuk), we admired another girl in white. Actress Katerina Spitz didn't even need a "blacksmith" to become one of the most photographed girls of the day.
For 8 days of "Kinotavr" Spitz changed several images - from "fatal beauty" (see the photo report from the opening ceremony of the film festival) to "her girl", but for the finale she saved one of the most interesting - the image of the eternally young Greek goddess Aphrodite. Sea, foam and sea breeze in Sochi was included by default.
Luxurious in its simplicity, the Oleg Pankin Couture dress with an open top, a draped bodice and a loose train (which Katerina skillfully played in front of photographic lenses) in the Greek style was complemented by an elegant Mercury necklace, a deliberately "casual" hairstyle and delicate pink makeup (as we have now found out, the image the makeup artists really got the name "Aphrodite").
How Katerina's hairstyle was created:
The romantic voluminous hairstyle with curly hair was designed by WellProfessionals stylist Elena Titova.
Styling, which involves the use of not only a hair dryer, but also tongs or irons, should start with applying a protective spray that minimizes the harmful effects of high temperatures on the hair structure. In Katerina's case, the stylist used Thermal Image EIMI from WellProfessionals. A protective spray was applied to damp hair, after which it was blow-dried.
It's a great idea to use dry volumizing shampoos. Such products do not have the disadvantages inherent in foams, varnishes and sprays - they do not make the hair wet and do not require additional drying. The stylist applied Dry Me EIMI dry shampoo from WellProfessionals to the root zone - giving the hair volume and texture. Then, with the help of a hair straightener, “broken” curls were formed along the entire length of the hair. Elasticity and shine are achieved by using Just Brilliant EIMI from WellProfessionals. Then the result was fixed with Dynamic Fix varnish from WellProfessionals.
Thermal Image EIMI Protective Spray from WellProfessionals
Makeup "Aphrodite" by Katerina Spitz:
The makeup artist from the Max Factor team Marina Arkhipova was responsible for the make-up of the actress that day.
Max Factor Miracle Touch was used as a foundation for glowing skin. This tonal base of a creamy (almost like a mousse) consistency continues to win fans: it evens out skin tone well, masks minor imperfections, does not fall into pores, does not "eat up" by the skin after a few hours. In addition, this product does not give a matte mask on the face, but the effect of illuminated live skin. And to enhance this effect, the cheekbones, bridge of the nose and the area above the upper lip were additionally worked out with the lightest shade from the Smokey Eye DramKit palette.
In addition, after the foundation, the makeup artist made a slight correction with Max Factor Creme Puff and added pink blush to the cheekbones (from the same line of products).
Eye makeup is done in brownish-pink colors. The lash line is finished with a brown Max Factor Kohl Pencil and lightly shaded. The outer corner of the eyes is worked out with shadows of the same color as the pencil. The fold of the eyelid is traced with pink blush, and a cold pinkish-purple satin is applied to the movable eyelid.
Max Factor 2000 Calorie Curl Addict mascara is responsible for the density of Katherine's eyelashes.
The lips are covered with a peach lipstick with a moist Color Elixir effect.
The actress's eyebrows are combed up with Max Factor Brow Styler transparent gel.
Max Factor Miracle Touch Foundation
Photo: Starface.ru, Andrey Kalmykov, archives of press services
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