Entertainment Curly hair: Nicole Kidman revives your trend hairstyle from the 90s

18:40  29 september  2021
18:40  29 september  2021 Source:   instyle.de

This lipstick trend of Nicole Kidman harmonizes perfectly with shimmering make-up

 This lipstick trend of Nicole Kidman harmonizes perfectly with shimmering make-up Nicole Kidman is one of the most famous actresses Hollywoods and already celebrated numerous successes: 2001 she won a Golden Globe, 2003 the Oscar. The Australian actress can take it with everything and embodies mostly cool in its films, but extremely charismatic roles. So also in the new series "Nine Perfect Strangers" , which has been available since August 20 on Amazon Prime Video. Kidman convinces as a wellness healer Masha with special charisma, blond hair and white robes.

You always want to have exactly what you do not have! Sounds pretty philosophical, but basically is quite simple: Who has naturally made of smooth hair , would rather want curls . And whoever has lure, wants to have smooth hair.

Haare mit Locken: Nicole Kidman trägt erneut die 90s Trend-Frisur Getty Images © Getty Images Hair with curls: Nicole Kidman is wearing the 90s Trend Hairstyle Getty Images

This hairy hook probably also knows Nicole Kidman . Because what the few know: the actress and producer has inherently curly hair. With the Trend Hairstyle she became famous in the 90s with films such as "Days of Thunder" and "Eyes Wide Shut".

Nevertheless, today the 54-year-old mostly showed with smooth hair, which presented them openly on events and the red carpet and sometimes openly.

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hair with curls: Nicole Kidman is again wearing her trend hairstyle from the 90s

Now Nicole Kidman seems to have rediscovered the love of their natural hair structure. Because after their curls already experienced a revival last year in the hypotherman series "The undoing", she wore the trend hairstyle of the 90s now also to the opening gala of the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures - and was thus the undisputed star on the Red Carpet. But look best ...

Responsible for the voluminous trend hairstyle of the Hollywood star is Hairstylist Kylee Heath. On Instagram she posted a picture of how she gave the curls of Nicole Kidman the finishing touch. If you believe the links and tags in the picture, Heath used for the Stardriur products of Oribe. Another image of Nicole Kidman's trend hairstyle gained the hairstylist with the amusing caption "Curls Night Out" based on "Girls Night Out".

that the curly hair looks so ingenious, of course, is primarily on the great structure and the healthy shine of the hair. But because the rest of the hairstyling is quite simple and minimalist (Nicole Kidman only carries a simple center criterion), the curls come to validity.

and: The red dress me floral pattern of rodarte as well as the red lipstick bring the slightly reddish undertone in Nicole Kidmans hair super to ray.

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Aaron Sorkin's Lucille Ball/Desi Arnaz biopic shows very rare glimpses of Kidman's portrayal.That’s not to say her presence is totally devoid from Prime Video’s first look at their latest awards contender. Being The Ricardos does use her vocal stylings as Lucille Ball to lay down the legacy of the I Love Lucy star and entertainment legend. But as far as the visuals go, you’ll have to be handy with a pause button to see her face in action. Come to think of it, there’s only a handful of shots of Javier Bardem as Desi Arnaz as well. So what are fans left with? An unsurprisingly compelling voice over that’s setting us up for the main course.

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