DirtyCurl: Bond girls are forever

DirtyCurl speculates on the products that Bond girls would wear today.

Text: DirtyCurl

How many Bond girls do you remember? All charming and seductive, one by one. I have tried to find, guess and reveal their beauty hints to you!

 Ursula Andres, Dr. No, 1962

The first and the definite Bond girl
She would probably have nourished skin by using NIVEA Nourishing Body Milk.


Honor Blackman, Goldfinger, 1965

The lesbian female pilot, who cannot resist the charm of Bond
Get this silky voluminous hairstyle with CHI Magnified volume extra film finishing spray.


Diana Rigg, Her Majesty’s Secret Service, 1969

The only Mrs. Bond. Respect.
The ultimate eye trend during the 60’s: black Liner by MAC


Lana Wood, Diamonds are forever 1971

Plenty O’Toole: Hi, I’m Plenty.
James Bond: But of course you are.
Plenty O’Toole: Plenty O’Toole.
James Bond: Named after your father perhaps?

Super doll-eyes for Lana Wood: Lancome Hypnose Star Mascara.


Jane Seymour, Live And Let Die, 1973

The supernatural girl, her power vanishes when she sleeps with a man. Guess what!
Shimmer, golden cat eyes, I suggest the Dior summer 2012 gold palette.


Barbara Bach, The Spy Who Loved Me, 1977

The KGB Agent who falls in love with James.
The “almost natural” glowing face: Chanel shimmer powder.


Maud Adams, Octopussy 1983, The Man with The Golden Gun 1974, A View to a Kill 1985

The only Bond girl that appears in three Bond movies
Sexy and classic for ever, red nails are never boring. Deborah Lippman nostalgic red for her!


Miranda Frost, Die another day, 2002

Miranda helps Bond keep incognito by kissing him.
Natural and nude skin, is always a safe and impressive choice. Laura Mercier Compact Powder is the product for her.


Eva Green, Casino Royale, 2006

The stunning Eva Green brings the mix of style and sensuality.
My all time classic and favourite, Chanel Red Lipstick


Bérénice Marlohe, Skyfall, 2012

The last (for now) Bond girl.
The “killer”manicure, the OPI Collection named after the movie.


I believe that most of us want a “James Bond” type of guy in our lives. So, if they did it, why don’t we girls?

Tonia found her “James Bond” type. Find out more here!