Let’s Take A Closer Look At Florence Pugh’s Makeup Look At Venice Film Festival

That rosy lip was the real MVP of the premiere

The tea surrounding the Don’t Worry Darling premiere at Venice Film Festival was good. But do you know what was even better? Florence Pugh’s makeup look.

Juicy goss aside, Florence Pugh certainly made a statement on the red carpet, showing up in a sheer Valentino gown. The dress had a dramatic sleeve and train combo, dotted in shimmering confetti all over, the dress had a simple corset-like bodice underneath. The look was topped off with a pair of killer feather heels, oh, and the most gorgeous makeup you ever did see.

Ready to recreate the look for ourselves, we’re breaking down the look and similar products we simple folk can use to bring some of that Pugh spice to our lives.

The Base 

First and foremost we need to talk about the base.The MVP of the entire look, Florence’s makeup artist used Valentino Beauty Foundation in the shade MN4. This exact foundation is very tricky to get your hands on here in Ireland, so some dupes include Armani Luminous Silk and NARS Natural Radiant Longwear Foundation. The trick here is finding a foundation with a velvet finish and adding dept and light in the right places with other products.

Then, Florence’s complexion was finished off with the Go-Clutch Refillable Compact Powder in the shade Bronzer 00 in her hairline, on her cheekbones and across her eyelids to add some shape. A natural light pink blush was swept over the cheeks and nose for a rosy complexion.

Eyes and Brows

For the brows, unfortunately Miss Flo seems to be blessed with good genetics, which leaves us sparse brow gals in the dust. But, we can add a little shape to them with Valentino’s Brow Trio Eyebrow liner in brown, as Florence’s artist did. Or, if you fancy something a little more affordable, Anastasia Beverly Hill’s brow pen also does an excellent job. To get your brows similar to Florence’s, we recommend you add some shape to the top, creating an arch, and take the brows downward, adding length to the ends.

Florence went for a ‘vintage’ shape for her eyes. Using a black eyeliner pencil Florence’s artist gave her a wing which was smudged and blended out using a brush to create a ‘barely there’ look. The eyelashes were simple but still, brought the drama. It’s likely one or two individual eyelashes were applied to the end of each lash line to elongate the eyes, and Florence’s natural lashes were dosed in a good heap of mascara.


The part of Florence’s look that has everyone talking. Florence is the new face of Valentino, and so naturally her look was topped off with ‘Rosso Valentino Refillable Lipstick in the shade ‘108A’. It was the most perfect rosy colour bringing the entire look together effortlessly. We’ve got a couple of dupes below if you’re looking for the perfect natural pink to work with any look.The-Duchess-2-Lid-Off-Packshot





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