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Fonda's Cannes look explained

Published 20/05/2013

Jane Fonda
Jane Fonda

Jane Fonda has revealed the items used to create her Cannes Film Festival beauty look last night.

The 75-year-old actress turned heads yesterday dressed in a vibrant fuchsia off the shoulder dress with matching nail polish.

Jane certainly knows a thing about red carpet glamour and shared the secrets to her flawless appearance as part of her role as a L'Oréal Paris ambassador during the event.

"All the products used to create my look are L'Oréal," Jane explained in a video for "This is great for eye shadow for an evening smoky-eye look and this is my favourite mascara [Volume Million Lashes]. Together, this is my perfect combination, oui!"

In the behind-the-scenes clip, Jane poses with two other L'Oréal Paris brand ambassadors Aishwarya Rai and Maudy Koesnaedi.

All three stars had their make-up created by the beauty brand's make-up artist Karim Rahman before their appearances yesterday.

Jane teamed the brightly coloured fruity dress with a twinkling diamond chocker that boasted a large pink stone.

She added a pair of silver peep-toe heels and carried a small hard grey clutch bag.

The two-time Oscar winning star later stepped out at the Vanity Fair after party looking immaculate.

Jane's fuchsia show-stealing frock followed her equally stylish entrances earlier in the Festival, such as her dazzling floor-length turquoise dress sported on day four of proceedings.

To go with the gown, Jane displayed a beauty look that was the height of elegance and grace, especially when it came to her artfully volumised hair. Her short locks were swept breezily upwards, making for a chic and very glamorous style.

Jane kept things simple with a subtle glossy lip colour and smoky eye with just a hint of shimmering gold eyeshadow.

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