Actress Helen Mirren, celebrated for her Oscar-winning talent, dazzled everyone at the Cannes Film Festival’s opening night. At 77, Mirren once again showcased her flair for style, surprising everyone by dyeing her hair blue for the premiere of “Jeanne du Barry.”
Mirren, known for embracing her natural grey hair, chose to match her hair color with her outfit for the event. She wore a stunning gown designed by Daniel Del Core.
To complement the movie’s historic French theme, she styled her hair in a Marie Antoinette-style pouf. Her look was completed with a silver choker and a fan bearing the message “#WorthIt,” reflecting her role as a L’Oreal ambassador.
The actress’ glamorous appearance was so enchanting that many felt she looked like a character from a fairytale. Lee Harris, Mirren’s stylist, shared a photo of her look online, praising her ability to make a memorable entrance.
Mirren has a history of bold fashion choices at Cannes. In 2019, she turned heads with pinkish hair. Last year, she opted for long white hair extensions and striking eyeliner for the “Mother And Son” screening. She paired this with a silver beaded gown, dancing with actor Andie MacDowell.
Mirren told Vogue in 2021 that transitioning to grey hair was smooth for her. As a natural blonde, her hair would lighten in the sun, making the grey appear as a natural progression.
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