Lady Gaga’s glam team free have free rein to experiment

Lady Gaga is up for trying any looks her make-up artist and hairstylist throw at her.The singer and actress has never shied away from bold looks – both with her beauty choices and outfits.Which means that when her glam squad suggest new ideas, she’…

Lady Gaga is up for trying any looks her make-up artist and hairstylist throw at her.

The singer and actress has never shied away from bold looks – both with her beauty choices and outfits.

Which means that when her glam squad suggest new ideas, she’s always happy to go with the flow.

“If there’s something I want to try, I just ask her and we try it,” make-up artist Sarah Tanno, Marc Jacobs Beauty global artistry ambassador, told The Hollywood Reporter.

“Most make-up artists want to kill me for saying that, but she really is a dream client for someone who loves to be creative.”

Her hairstylist Frederic Aspiras, who she brought along to work on the set of new film A Star is Born, echoed the sentiment.

“I’d love to say I’m dying to try something on her, but we end up doing it,” he smiled. “We’ve tried almost every hairstyle and colour. Lately, I’ve been bringing back styles and reinterpreting them in a new way.”

Talking about one of their favourite Gaga looks of recent months, the pair opted for the Venice Film Festival premiere of A Star Is Born in August (18).

The 32-year-old was dressed in a feathery Valentino gown, with her blonde hair styled in an elegant updo and her make-up complementing her pink dress.

“I wanted to create the most timeless updo for this special day,” Aspiras shared.

“(I felt the make-up should) be all about her beautiful skin with soft hues.”

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