Isn’t she lovely? Bella Thorne attended the premiere of her highly anticipated movie, ‘The Duff’ on Feb. 12 and we are loving her romantic curls. Get her look below.
Bella Thorne has been getting us all excited for The Duff by filling up her Instagram with constant promos and after seeing her gorgeous premiere look, we’re even more ready for the film! What do you think of her look, HollywoodLifers?
Bella Thorne ‘The Duff’ Premiere Look: Get Her Romantic Curls
Bella always looks so great for her red carpet appearances and at just 17-years-old, we love that her look is never overdone and she wears just the right amount of makeup.
For this occasion she rocked a very subtle smokey eye with silver shadow on the inner corners to give her a bright wide eyed look. She wore pretty pink blush on her cheeks and a cool pink gloss to finish off her look.
What we especially love about Bella’s premiere style are her soft romantic curls. Her gorgeous red hair was curled away from her face at the ends to give a nice full look that’s perfect for a date night.
To get Bella’s look, you’ll want to use a spray that can both protect your hair from heat and provide good, soft hold like Bumble and bumble Spray de Mode.
This quick drying styling spray is great for giving hair flexible hold with tons of body, like Bella’s!
Bella Thorne: It’s Not All About ‘Looks’
Bella might look gorgeous every time she hits the red carpet, but she’s so down to earth! She’s a strong advocate of anti-bullying, and she shared with HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY that even the most beautiful people can be a ‘Duff’ in situations:
“The duff isn’t necessarily whether you are fat or ugly, it’s a matter of sometimes not being accepted…understanding that no matter what you do in life, regardless of your looks, smarts or wealth, there is always someone that will have more. We have to love ourselves for who and what we are.”
Well said, Bella! What do you think HollywoodLifers, about Bella’s romantic premiere look? Tell us if you love it as much as we do in the comments below.
— Kindra Bailey; Reporting by Dory Larrabee