Since the release of American Bluff, Amy Adams is slowly but surely imposing itself as a must-see icon of the Hollywood planet. Today, the pretty redhead confides on his beauty tips and we take his advice to the letter!
Amy Adams has worked as an actress for many years, but she has been in the shadows since the release of David O.Russell’s American Bluff. Amy Adams has always been a popular actress, but today, we are talking about her. Named for the Oscars, she could be seen dancing with Pharrell Williams during his performance of “Happy” during the ceremony. Amy Adams is now comfortably settled in Hollywood and we love her. Always very elegant, the actress takes care of each of her appearances and seldom makes fashion faux-pas. We envy her red mane like her clear eyes and her porcelain complexion always seems perfectly made up. Amy Adams recently gave an interview to Vogue magazine. During the latter, the muse Lacoste confided about his little beauty rituals. “I’m addicted to La Mer products. I’ve tried other cosmetics and I always come back because these little wonders really care for my skin, I love the texture, I’ve also tried a lot of Play products, Laura Mercier or Khiels I love to have fun with make-up When I use a cosmetic for a certain moment, I then feel the natural need to change it Finally, except when it concerns a classic like “Badgal” mascara of Benefit that really works on me “says the actress.
Amy Adams would also be captivated by the world of perfume. According to her, each fragrance has a meaning and choosing her perfume would not be an easy choice for her. “For me, the scent must coordinate with the identity of the person.There are perfumes that I love but I could never identify with.I have already made this mistake and I wondered ‘Who wanted I like to look? “A fragrance can easily define who you are, because when I play a movie role, I associate a perfume with a character,” she adds to Vogue. In any case, Amy Adams has joined the very select club of our Hollywood fashionistas fetish. We should soon find the 39-year-old actress in the movies Lullaby (Andrew Levitas) and Big Eyes (Tim Burton) on the big screen. Youpi!