Eva Longoria shines at Cannes Film Festival

Eva Longoria shines at Cannes Film Festival

Eva Longoria is a regular guest at the Cannes Film Festival, held on the stunning Côte d’Azur in France. She is one of the most glamorous stars that typically graces the red carpets at the festival. This year, Eva attended the party organized by Magnum VIP Pleasure Is Always On, alongside other celebrities like Stella Maxwell and Irina Shayk.

For the occasion, Eva wore an elegant champagne-colored slip outfit designed by Naeem Khan. Her outfit included a maxi dress with a straight skirt, a circular neckline with a halter floor, and an open back, decorated with sparkling crystals. She paired it with matching slippers and sparkling jewelry.

Glamorous Hair and Makeup

The actress completed her outfit with long earrings and statement rings. Her makeup gave her porcelain skin a slightly smoky effect on the eyelids with a thin cat eye, nude lipstick, and tan blush. Additionally, she styled her chocolate-colored hair in a high, spiked ponytail, with straight lines and a stripe on the front.

On social media, the 48-year-old celebrity shared some details of her attendance at the Magnum party, thanking the organizers for inviting her and other world-famous celebrities. She wrote on Instagram, “Hello Cannes! What a way to start one of my favorite times of the year. Thank you for having me back at @magnum beach this year. Such a fun night!”

Eva Longoria’s Directorial Debut

Before attending the party, Eva was seen exuding beauty and glamour at the Hotel Martinez, where stars like Irina Shayk often stay. The hotel staff received her with a bouquet of flowers. After the party, she was spotted leaving the hotel wearing a ready-to-wear design by Elie Saab consisting of a white maxi skirt open at the front and a shirt with a V-neckline and lapels.

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Eva Longoria is currently preparing for the release of Flamin’ Hot, her directorial debut. The film centers around the true story of Richard Montanez, a janitor at the Frito-Lay factory in 1976 who later created the popular Flaming’ Hot Cheetos. She considers Flamin’ Hot as a way to connect with her Mexican origins.

The film was presented earlier this year at the South By Southwest Festival in Austin. Critics have praised it, giving it a 70 percent acceptance rate on platforms like Rotten Tomatoes. The film is set to be released on June 9th and will be available to viewers globally via Hulu in the United States and Disney+ in Latin America and Europe.]

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