Rachel Hannah Weisz
Rachel was born on March 07, 1970.
London, England, UK
Natural Hair Color
She is not present on social media.
Rachel Weisz looked beautiful and stylish as she opted to dress up in a polished ensemble comprising of pristine white silk blouse with folded sleeves, which were studded with black stone and pair of black trousers, while walking the red carpet at the premiere of her latest film Complete Unknown held at the Metrograph on August 23, 2016 in New York City.
The 46 year old English actress was seen at the premiere event with her dark brunette locks pulled back in a classy hairstyle as she sought to complement her sophisticated ensemble that included a white blouse with conservative neckline and which she had tucked in to manage the loose silhouette and a pair of black trousers, which completed classic black and white combo and drew eyes to her svelte pins as well.
Rachel had opted to style her glossy brunette tresses in a chic tied up hairdo, which makes it near to impossible for us to ascertain her hair length at the event. So, we will have to go with her usual hair length for this segment.
The Constant Gardener actress opted to style her silky medium length brunette locks in a chic bun hairdo. She had lightly brushed her locks back and away from her face and gathered in a bun just below crown of her head. She had left some strands loose at the nape of her neck. Also, her hairdo helped made her pretty face center of attention.
For her classy appearance at the event held on Tuesday night in NYC, she opted to coif her fine dark brunette tresses in a messy straight textured hairstyle, which was well supported by her classy makeup that included a slick of bright pink shade on her lips, dab of rosy hued blush on her cheeks and swipe of black eyeliner, which drew attention to her beautiful eyes.
Begin with clean, straight and dry locks. Next, apply high shine oil evenly over your locks. To ensure it has been spread evenly, brush your locks with a wide tooth comb. With a mix bristle brush, smooth your locks back in a ponytail but make sure the ponytail isn’t tight and clean. Wind ponytail around itself to style a bun.
Rachel Weisz showed off her flawless style sense as she stepped out in an elegant black dress with row of buttons on the left side and huge red lapel on one side and a thigh grazing hemline, which showed off her toned legs to perfection, while heading in studio for her appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on August 25, 2016 in New York City.
The English actress had opted to wear her glossy dark brunette tresses in a classy hairstyle, which was a perfect foil for her classy and sophisticated dress that had a curve hugging design, which helped emphasize her slender midsection and accentuate her gorgeous curves and a thigh skimming hemline, which drew eyes downwards to her toned pins.
The Bourne Legacy actress opted to style her medium length dark brunette tresses in a chic hairdo as she headed into pre-record her appearance in the famous talk show, where she promoted her new movie, which was released on the same day as her appearance at the show.
Rachel opted to style her silky medium length locks in a loose waves hairstyle. She had opted to part her locks neatly on the left side with her on the same side neatly tucked behind her ear. Her hair on the other side were styled to fall in cascading waves and to partially cover her face on that side. Also, her loose locks were swept over her shoulder in glossy and classy waves.
For her stylish outing, the 46 year old beauty opted to wear her fine and luxuriant dark brunette locks in a messy straight textured hairstyle, which was well supported by her choice of sophisticated makeup that included a swipe of bold red shade on her lips, dab of rosy hued blush on her cheeks and slick of black eyeliner.
Prep your clean and dry locks by misting generous amount of texturizing spray. Make sure that it is spread evenly over your locks. Next, separate your hair in sections and roll each section onto hot rollers. Let your hair sit in rollers for ten to fifteen minutes. Take hair out of rollers and finger comb to take care of tangles. If needed, mist some more texturizing spray.