Kate Winslet reflects on her best beauty moments over the years, from the Titanic to Mare of Easttown
welcome to Captions only, a look back at the best beauty moments of our favorite celebrity legends. Below, Kate Winslet shows us her best transformations from the red carpet and movie magic, from the firefighter red curls that started her career to every wig (and brow wig) she’s worn since. Here are the stories behind the glam.
“I didn’t think the movie was going to be that big,” actress Kate Winslet shares on Zoom of the movie that launched her career (Titanic, maybe you watched it about 20,000 times?). “There was nothing that could have prepared us.” In the almost 25 years since, the actress has done pretty much everything and undergone a few iconic beauty transformations along the way.
We chatted about it while she sat in a cozy corner of her home on the south coast of England, as well as her new partnership with L’Oréal Paris. Her first campaign is for the Superior Preference Hair Color line, which looks happy after all the time we’ve been talking about hair dye.
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“Rose has never been described as having red hair, and I remember the first conversation with [director] Jim Cameron on his hair color. He asked, “How would you feel if we did something really daring with her hair?” He wanted it to be red, but an intense and unusual red, and I was very excited about it. I hadn’t thought how hard it would be to go back to my natural hair color after the shoot. It took almost two years.
The hair for this scene was particularly complicated as we had a pearl necklace woven into my hair. My hair is not naturally wavy so it had to be curled every day and was impossible to maintain as there was water all around us. We were shooting in a series of tanks, so the water was still in the air, and that would create a problem for everyone’s hair. “
“My go-to vibe for the red carpet is simple and clean. Jillian Dempsey did her makeup and Renato Campora took care of my hair. was nerve-racking, and I kept thinking, “Oh, my God, now I have to go to the Oscars like this.” Jill did an incredible job covering it up though. “
Eternal Sun of the Spotless Spirit, 2012
“Each of them is a wig. The movie was shot out of order, so sometimes my hair was red in the morning, then after lunch I would quickly turn blue. I liked them all. Having blue hair m ‘made me feel, well, it made me feel completely rebellious. Clementine even says,’ I apply my personality in a paste. ‘ It’s so true.
I now own all the wigs and my kids try them on sometimes. The reason they look so real is that they all have a natural root. And the vibrant color was the yarn dye, not the hair dye. “
“I do a lot of barre and yoga, so my arms are quite strong and muscular, and my trapeze can actually be quite overworked. I chose a strapless dress for this red carpet, so if I had pulled my hair up, It would have exposed this little area that I’m embarrassed about. So Renato let go of my hair, which was a welcome change because I hadn’t done it for a long time. “
Easttown mare, 2021
“For this role, we wanted to change me, but not in an obvious way. It’s amazing what you can do when you change the person’s hair and clothes to match what you’re used to seeing. This shiny hair is a wig — plus, we added some makeup to put a little black on my face. Also if you look closely at the forehead you can see it’s a different shape. I’m not touching at all. my eyebrows. They’re naturally arched. For ‘Mare, “we added in those tiny eyebrow spots. This woman developed them for me when I was doing The reader. It’s like little eyelashes that you stick on your eyebrow, and they blend in completely and disappear. “
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