The boys stole the show, but not Furlong…
When our Aussie sportsmen are off the field, they always scrub up pretty well. Even the shaggier among them don’t look too shabby in a suit – and the Allan Border Medal awards were certainly no exception.
However, it was the guys’ leading ladies that really stole the show. With most of them donning a floor length gown, there was definitely a hint of 50’s glamour in the air. A prime example? Lee Furlong – wife of Shane Watson, who on Monday night picked up his second Allan Border Medal to date.
Furlong looked captivating in a floor sweeping white, ethereal designed, one-shoulder gown. She chose a deep red/plum lipstick and soft pinned-back waves to complete her old-Hollywood look.
Her make-up was kept fresh and youthful and she absolutely glowed as she shimmied down the red carpet with hubby on her arm. (Hang on a minute, perhaps that glow isn’t down to a fabulous illuminator – we’re definitely on bump watch with this one!)
What do you think of Furlong’s old-Hollywood look?
NIVEA Trivia: When was the first ever NIVEA product released onto the market, and what was it?
Yesterday’s answer? Inspired by the snow-white colour of the brand’s iconic Crème, the name ‘NIVEA’ was derived from the Latin words niveus/nivea/niveum, which mean snow.