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Bond girl beauty

Bond girl beauty

The hype surrounding Spectre is immense and while James Bond undoubtedly looks dapper in his suits, it's the Bond girls who steal the show. We take you through some of the ladies who've been lighting up the screen alongside the suave spy and how to recreate their kickass beauty looks.

Eva Green as Vesper Lynd in Casino Royale

Eva was a true seductress when she graced screens in the 2006 flick. There was nothing subtle about her smoky eyes and red lips, both of which screamed sex appeal and meant 007 couldn't help but fall in love with her. To get the look, forget any "rules" about not teaming strong eye make-up with red lips and go as vampy as your heart desires. Team with a sleek chignon and LBD for added chic.

Gemma Arterton as Strawberry Fields in Quantum of Solace

A true English rose, Gemma favoured a classic beauty look in the 2008 instalment. It was almost a little Audrey Hepburn, with an emphasis on liquid eyeliner and coiffed up-dos. To get this look, you need to work on perfecting the feline flick. Always use a liquid pen and make sure you keep your hand steady, starting thin on the inside of the lid and gradually flicking out. Keep lips nude and add peachy blush for a touch of innocence.

Naomie Harris as Eve Moneypenny in Skyfall and Spectre

Naomie does Bond girl so well and now she returns as Moneypenny in Spectre. Back in 2012 she kept things simple in Skyfall, making the most of her natural looks. Eyes were little more than a touch of mascara, lips were matte nude. It meant she could focus on kicking ass and didn't have to worry about her lipstick smudging. From what we've seen of Spectre so far, it looks like she'll be bringing this low-maintenance look to the 2015 instalment. Of all the Bond girls, this is the easiest look to channel and we love it!

Léa Seydoux as Madeleine Swann in Spectre

Giving Moneypenny a run for her money is Léa as the glamorous Madeline Swann. Everything about this look screams Hollywood glamour, particularly the blood-red lips. Look towards deeper ruby shades and team with subtle mascara and a thin flick of eyeliner. Her style wouldn't be complete with those perfect curls either. Use straighteners to flick the hair inwards and frame your face, then finish off with hairspray. If the curls are too tight, loosen up by running your fingers through them.

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