How to Take Gilded Glamour from the Red Carpet to Real Life
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Before every MET Gala, “>> Insert subject of the year << What is it?” became a popular search term for weeks until the first Monday in May. What does Andrew Bolton mean? (You’ll have to wait for the exhibition.) How will the stars explain the theme? (For me, Kim Kardashian and Katy Perry have always been camp and I live for it.) This year’s theme, Gilded Glamor, brought all the glitz and circumstance to the red carpet. Sparkling jewels sprinkled on face and body, hair dye and gold all over are just a few of them beauty trends seen in the big night of fashion.
However, in this rise of elegance and excess, there is one sobering thought – it is still a pandemic. And no glitz and glamor can surpass that. However, if ever lived the adage of Brazilian author Paulo Coelho, “No matter how you feel, wake up, dress up, show up,“It’s snowing. When you look good you feel better. And who doesn’t want to feel good? This industry has been predicting the post-pandemic era of the Roaring 20s and while we’re still on it. in which — like the CDC — fashion is continuing to evolve.
The gilded glitz is all about prosperity, excess, more, more, more – but for many of us, our reality is that we are living in poor times. more, rife with inflation and instability. How can people add a little extra to their lives through hair and makeup without impacting their wallets? ELLE talked to celebrity hairstylists and makeup artists who created the incredible red carpet looks you saw last night. Keep reading for their input on gilded glamor pieces and ways for you to recreate your red carpet look in real life.