Miss Universe Iris Mittenaere says ‘French lady style’ is manufactured

June 28, 2017 - miss universe

Tousled hair, fresh-faced makeup and a certain je ne sais quoi are hallmarks of French women’s character — or, during least, a idealized chronicle spooky about by American fashionistas.

Miss Universe Iris Mittenaere, who won a 2017 competition representing her home nation of France, looked a partial during a Statue of Liberty in NYC on Tuesday, exuding French-girl stylish in a floral hang dress and ideally dismantled waves.

USA TODAY trafficked with Mittenaere, along with Miss USA Kara McCullough, on a pre-Fourth of Jul debate of Ellis Island and, fittingly, a Statue of Liberty, deliberation a relic was means by France to a United States.

While Americans might be spooky with a fugitive secrets of French style, that enables her countrywomen to demeanour overwhelming with clearly small effort , Mittenaere explained to USA TODAY that it’s all an illusion.

“They dress differently since they try to be some-more natural, though they unequivocally consider a lot about it before they dress,” she said.

As distant as differences go, “Their makeup is reduction heavy, and even their hair,” she said, mentioning “messy hair” as a really French characteristic.

However, that messiness mostly takes utterly a bit of time for French women to manufacture. “They’re like ‘Oh, this is natural, we usually changed my hair,” though it took them hours to do that,” she said, gesturing to her curls. “Even currently with me, it’s like, ‘That’s natural,’ though no, it took me roughly an hour.”

That being said, she “loves Americans’ hairstyles,” for their elaborate styling and glamour.

By this indicate in their manifestation terms, magnificence comes second inlet to Mittenaere and McCullough, who live together in NYC when they’re not roving a universe carrying out their Miss Universe and Miss USA duties. Mittenaere took home a a Miss Universe climax in January, apropos usually a pageant’s second French winner, with McCullough, representing D.C., winning Miss USA in May.

See some-more views of their nationalistic outing below.