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Natalia Vodianova ready to experiment with her look

FashionBy Sunday World
Natalia Vodianova ready to experiment with her look

Natalia Vodianova feels ready to change up her beauty look.

The Russian model, who is known for her light brown tresses and thick eyebrows, admits she was careful not to alter her signature style too much when she was first making a name for herself in the fashion industry.

But the 34-year-old Calvin Klein muse now feels more freedom to change up her style.

“When I turned 30, I started to colour my hair, adding more blonde,” she told Britain’s Marie Claire magazine. “I'm ready to experiment with my looks now, but if I did anything too crazy it might scare my boyfriend (Antoine Arnault).”

As a young girl Natalia was always interested in fashion and reveals some of her earliest memories involve watching her grandmother putting her make-up on. Even though there wasn’t much access to beauty products during the restrictive Soviet Union era, Natalia shares that her beloved grandmother always wore red lipstick and had her hair styled in a classic up ‘do.

“When I was 14 she even stopped me from plucking my eyebrows. I'm thankful now, because they've become a big part of my look,” she explained.

Natalia is currently pregnant with her second child with Berluti boss Antoine and also shares three children with her ex-husband Justin Portman. Despite being busy juggling family life with work commitments, the star always tries to spend five to 10 minutes each day applying her make-up before she leaves the house.

Her go-to make-up products include a slick of Fresh Sugar Lip Treatment tinted balm and a swipe of Charlotte Tilbury Rock ‘N’ Kohl eye pencil across her lids for a touch of drama. She also adores a spritzing on a little Guerlain Shalimar Souffle de Parfum.

And to ensure her youthful glow, Natalia likes to kick-start her day by drinking a glass of hot water with lemon each morning. Though she admits to indulging her sweet tooth from time to time.

“The macaroons and fresh croissants are amazing in Paris,” she smiled.

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