Vanessa Hudgens made the recent cover of Flaunt Magazine. It looks like.
Hollywood Life is reporting Hudgens, 25, made the cover of this month’s ‘Distressed’: Back To School issue wearing a Topshop bustier crop top and Siwy distressed jeans, which could be a big fashion item this year. But, it’s the hair and makeup Hudgens is sporting that is causing the commotion and confusion. The sweeping, fanned mostly blond locks frame her half-closed smoky eyes and red lips, as if she’s channeling Taylor Swift, as she stands next to a motorcycle. It’s quite a good look for her, even if you aren’t really sure it’s Hudgens.
The makeup artist opted to go for a dewy skin look, which really illuminates the red lips. The dewy skin look also gives Hudgens a look of glowing, flawless skin, adding to her seductive flare. The smoky eyes, which includes five earth tones and some shimmer, giving the look a smoothness that only adds to her gorgeous, sultry appearance. The Jacquie Aiche jewelry Hudgens is wearing is understated but classy.
This shot, photographed by Stevie and Mada, combines the pose, the Old Hollywood makeup, the angles all add up to make a great picture, reports The Gloss. It represents a break from Hudgens’ Bongo ads recently. Practicality of what Hudgens is wearing to go for a motorcycle ride aside, both Hudgens and Flaunt took some chances, made some minor changes, and came up with a winner, adding a creativity and vivacity to Hudgens’ appearance.
What seems to be the difference maker is where the shot was taken. The camera is shooting from below, throwing her face into high relief, highlighting her eyes. Hudgens or no, this is a really cool photo and a lot more interesting than most straight-on magazine covers we see these days.
Celebuzz is reporting that one thing Hudgens brought to the table was her abs she worked hard to get. Hudgens credits indoor cycling and modern yoga for her success. The 25-year-old shared the magazine cover with her 4 million Instagram followers Tuesday, Aug. 19, writing: “Cover of @flauntmagazine’s #thedistressissue. I like