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Florence Pugh and Olivia Wilde’s Do not Worry Beloved Nails

Now that “Do Not Worry Beloved” is lastly in theaters, we can’t stop buzzing about all of the 1950s-inspired hair and makeup information in the motion picture. Half-up poufs, cherry-red lips, cool updo buns, cat-eye liner — the primary characters, particularly Alice (played by Florence Pugh) and Bunny (Olivia Wilde), are dressed up in midcentury-modern touches. That opts for their nails, too.

If you missed out on the manicures in “Do not Worry Beloved,” we extremely recommend offering the motion picture another watch, since this is an appeal information worth keeping in mind. Vanessa Sanchez McCullough, the movie’s nail artist, put a great deal of cautious idea and factor to consider into every manicure you see in Success. Sanchez McCullough just recently shared the behind-the-scenes scoop on a few of the most standout manicures, consisting of which items she utilized on Pugh and Wilde, and it’s most likely you’ll find a couple of favorites.

DON'T WORRY DARLING, from left: Harry Styles, Florence Pugh, 2022. ph: Merrick Morton / Warner Bros.  /Courtesy Everett Collection

“Flo’s nails were done by me for this motion picture,” Sanchez McCullough’s Instagram caption stated. She then described that she dealt with star nail artist Jolene Brodeur and manicurist Lisa Pena-Wong to develop the “stunning nails for all of the females in the motion picture.”

For Alice, in specific, Sanchez McCullough utilized the CND Plexigel, a kind of brush-in-a-bottle nail-enhancement system, to develop her brief extensions. “Then we selected my preferred shade of red for her nails called Cherry Apple by CND shellac. It’s a deep color that still has an excellent pop of red to it. The longer nails lengthened Flo’s hands and finished her entire appearance, ” she composed.

However that’s not where Pugh’s nail preparation ended. “We likewise kept Flo’s toes done throughout shooting,” Sanchez McCullough continued in the caption. “For that I utilized CND Vinylux in Soulmate. I enjoy Vinylux since it dries so rapidly and lasts so long. Flo had the ability to enter the closet without needing to stress over her toes being dry! Soulmate is a stunning peachy shade that is soft and womanly and matched the red on her nails completely.”

DON'T WORRY DARLING, from left: Olivia Wilde, Nick Kroll, 2022. ph: Merrick Morton / Warner Bros.  / Courtesy Everett Collection

While Alice stuck to single-colored nails, Bunny had on a super-popular, retro nail-art pattern at one point that so occurs to be rebounding: half-moon nails. While Brodeur did the majority of Wilde’s manicures in the motion picture, Sanchez McCullough was accountable for this negative-space nail-art minute. “We utilized OPI Big Apple Red ($11) for @oliviawilde. Strong. Completely groomed. Hot,” Sanchez McCullough’s caption stated.

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