Adele Brings ’60s Bombshell Beauty To The NBA All – Star Game

If there’s one thing Adele known how to do on the beauty front, it’s capture old – school glamour. And over the weekend at the 2022 NBA All – Star Game in Cleveland, Ohio, the ‘Easy on Me’ singer reimagined a classic ’60s style icon equation – a leopard print coat, bombshell blowout, and graphic cat eyes – with a distinctly modern twist.

In an Azzedine Alaia grayscale leopard print coat and turtleneck ensemble capped off with knee – high suede Manolo Blahnik boots, Adele looked short of photoshoot – ready as she watched the game beside her boyfriend Rich Paul and fellow chart – topper Mary J. Blinge. Above the neck, Adele complemented her ensemble with vintage – minded beauty codes originally popularized by the likes of French stars Catherine Deneuve and Brigitte Bardot with their penchant for big hair and dramatic cut – crease eye looks.

With her thick strawberry blonde lengths smoothed into beautifully polished, yet voluminous waves by hairstylist Sami Knight, Adele’s gaze was encased in exaggerated feline flicks stack of false lashes courtesy of her makeup artist Anthony N. Nguyen. What made these elements feel fresh, and decidedly today, were her sculpted, yet glowing complexion, full brows, and expertly overlined rosy nude pout. Plus, of course, her modern take on a French manicure with sharp, extra – long glassy talons by Kimmie Kyees.

As a whole, Adele’s look was a stunning play on fierce, feline glamour; one that, beyond just watching the game in style, had her ready for a post – game dinner or after – party. Infusing the trends of today with elegant nods to the past, Adele continues to be a thrilling source of beauty inspiration, from the stage to courtside.

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