'Egyptian queen vibes': Halle Berry's Cleopatra-inspired makeup look stuns fans
Halle Berry showed off her golden eye makeup, dressed up as Cleopatra in a behind-the-scenes snap, on Instagram. The 55-year-old posted a selfie as the ancient Egyptian queen Cleopatra whom she portrays in an advertisement for Caesars Sportsbook on Sunday, January 16.
In the photo shared by Berry, she can be seen sporting the bold makeup look — dazzling cat eyes with gold and blue eyeshadow. She even has sequined gold eyebrows to match the eyes, topping it all off with a black bob with cropped bangs for the Cleopatra look. The American actress, who has 7.4 million followers, captioned her post as, "Half woman. half warrior. delicate and strong."
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The Oscar-winning actress debuted as Cleopatra in a commercial for Caesars Sportsbook that also starred pitchman JB Smoove, 56. The 55-year-old actress' fans were in awe of her new look as one commented, "Sheesh...Queen HB!". while another said, "This is what Cleopatra should look like". "SEXYYYYY LADYYY!!!", wrote another. One fan commented, "55 and still crushing on you."
One Instagram user wrote, "Every time, I see you, I get Twitterpated", while another wrote, "Those eyes! Queen - you kill it every. single. time." "I have always thought you were one of the most beautiful women to walk the planet since 6th grade. 30 years later and nothing has changed," wrote one fan. Another wondered, "So when does the new Cleopatra movie drop because you are sending me Egyptian Queen vibes." "I wish this was a new movie role, Halle the Egyptian queen," wrote another.
"Whoa, whoa, WHOA!!!! ALL WOMAN, ALL WARRIOR!!!! Delicate and Strong are requisite for that most perfect combination! Cheers!," wrote another one of the actress' fan. Another said, "Stunningly beautiful as usual Halle! Cleopatra wishes she looked as good as you!!!." "You sure are queen. You are showing OUT in every area of your life - fitness, career and new relationship," added another fan.
Recently, the 'Monster's Ball' star paid tribute to the legendary actor Sidney Poitier upon his unfortunate passing in a Variety cover story. In the cover photo of Variety, she can be seen wearing a black blouse with leather pants and knee-high boots while sitting next to Sidney, who just calmly gazed at the camera.
The actress wrote, "I will recall him as my first mirror, and the true measure of a man and I will forever see him as the angel in the balcony watching over all of us." She added, "His work behind the scenes was as important as his on-screen work. It served as a blueprint for future filmmakers, for Black people who yearned to demonstrate their value on both sides of the camera."