With bright pink lips, taupe eyeshadow, loose waves, and gently swooped bangs, Elisabetta looks fresh and gorgeous at the Up in the Air premiere at the Rome International Film Festival in 2009.
Playing it Straight
Elisabetta goes for an au naturel makeup look and plays it straight with a simple half-up style as she walks the red carpet before the premier of Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo in 2005.
At the cocktail party to celebrate the opening of the Roberto Cavalli flagship store in Paris, Elisabetta is the picture of effortless beauty, with minimal makeup, a light pink lip gloss, and a sleek ponytail showing off glowing amber highlights.
With nude lipstick, statement smoky eyes, and shoulder-length chocolate brown locks styled in loose curls, Elisabetta is paparazzi-proof on the red carpet at a Roberto Cavalli show during Milan's Autumn/Winter 2010 Fashion Week.
Elisabetta wows the crowd at a 2007 event for the Italian television show Festivalbar, with long, flowing waves, beautifully bronze skin, and just a touch of henna-hued lipstick.
Elisabetta attends the Los Angeles premiere of Up in the Air in 2009 with gently flushed cheeks, shimmery pink lips, and glossy brown layers parted on the side and styled in perfect curls.
At a Robert Cavalli event in 2010, Elisabetta dons light pink lipstick and soft, smoky shadow, and twists, swoops, and pins her long waves high on the back of her head in a flowing pony.
Elisabetta looks camera-ready at an Autumn 2009/Winter 2010 Milan Fashion Week event, with a raspberry-hued pout, glowing skin, and a zigzag part in her gently curled dark brown strands.
Smile for the Camera
At a Roberto Cavalli after party following a Fall/Winter 2007 Milan Fashion Week event, Elisabetta knocks it out of the park with her classically cool minimalist-makeup look, simple low chignon, and bright, engaging smile.
Dazzling fuchsia lips, shimmery pink blush, soft gray shadow, and full, glossy curls make a sexy statement on the red carpet as Elisabetta steps out for the premiere of The Men Who Stare at Goats during the 53rd London Film Festival in 2009.