Belfast Telegraph

Saturday 26 July 2014

Liv Tyler loved movie hair

Liv Tyler

Liv Tyler says the best part of filming her latest indie movie was having "big, amazing hair".

The actress has just finished shooting the indie film Jamie Marks Is Dead which is directed by fashion photographer Carter Smith.

She says the best part of making the movie was her costume and make-up, which made her feel like American actress Tawny Kitaen in the '80s hard rock videos she filmed for the band Whitesnake.

“It looks beautiful but it’s a weird movie. I had long fake pink nails and a kind of grown-out perm,” Liv laughed to WWD. “It was so fun to have big, amazing curly hair. I was channelling Tawny Kitaen, Whitesnake video moves.”

Liv spoke while at the Cannes Film Festival, where she attended a string of events looking stylish and chic.

On Friday Liv attended a special promotional event for her new campaign with Magnum ice cream.

The star wore a summery floral dress and black sandals to unveil the short film she collaborated on with German director Wim Wenders based around the Magnum 5Kisses range.

Her latest role comes after it was recently revealed that actress Amanda Seyfried would be replacing Liv in the Givenchy fragrance adverts.

The model-and-actress has previously explained how Givenchy's artistic director of make-up Nicolas Degennes came to create a lip stain named after her.

Liv's Lips, from the beauty brand's holiday collection, looks like a black lipstick, but transforms into a sheer mulberry coloured stain on application.

"He made it for me," Liv told style.com last year. “I’ve always loved sheer berry stains, I went through one whole box [of the Liv's Lips black bullets] in a month - it’s like crack.”

Liv's long-standing contract with luxury French beauty brand Parfums Givenchy has seen her promote everything from foundation to fragrance over the last ten years.

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