Emma Stone Steals the Red Carpet at the Venice Film Festival with Her Super Glam Outfit

Wow! She is looking stunning. Yes, Emma Stone rightly deserves these words when she sported her super glam outfit for the Red Carpet at the Venice Film Festival on August 27. She has successfully stolen the hearts of many in the opening ceremony of the prestigious Venice Film Festival. That day has also been the day of the premiere of her upcoming film Birdman.

The stunning beauty of 25 years has perfectly chosen the best outfit for the event. She has sported a Valentino full length gown that is in emerald tulle. The gown comes with a criss-cross back and a plunging neckline. The knotted tie is beautifully designed at the waist so that it accentuates her teeny and curvy figure and offers the actress appealing looks.

71st Venice Film Festival - Opening Ceremony

Rachel Goodwin is the woman behind the celeb’s make-up. She has told the Us Weekly, “I played with all cool tones, using rich plums on her eyes, soft pink on her cheeks and a see through magenta stain on her lips.” Rachel also told that she has amped up Emma’s eyes with ColorStay ShadowLinks from Revlon. She has used the ColorStay ShadowLinks in Eggplant and Petal and Eggplant. She has drawn the finishing touch with ColorBurst Laquer Balm from Revlon, and the ColorBurst Laquer Balm is in Whimiscial.

Another point to note in Emma’s style for the event is her shorter hairstyles. The actress of the Amazing Spider-Man actress has sported new hairstyle that is shorter. When Emma has arrived Venice her hair was longer say by some inches. It was then a shoulder length bob. But for that event Emma has done chopped off her auburn locks. She has tried out the skills of Mara Roszak, who is a reputed celeb stylist, for this new hair-do.

Emma you are really super hot and you look stunning. Have a nice time ahead, and we wish to see more of such images where we will find you in super stylish outfits.

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