Halle Berry shows off full golden eye makeup in behind-the-scenes snap as Cleopatra on Instagram
Halle Berry showed off her golden eye makeup as Cleopatra on Sunday in a behind-the-scenes snap on Instagram.
The 55-year-old actress posted a selfie as the ancient Egyptian queen who she portrays in advertisements for Caesars Sportsbook.
The photo showed Halle with black bangs and full golden eye makeup along with matching stones lining her upper eye.
Golden gal: Halle Berry showed off her golden eye makeup as Cleopatra on Sunday in a behind-the-scenes snap on Instagram
Halle in the caption for her roughly 7.4 million followers wrote: ‘half woman. half warrior. delicate and strong’.
She added: ‘thank you @r.h.sin’
Halle was referencing New York writer Reuben Holmes, 32, who writes poetry under the pen name r.h. Sin.
The Oscar-winning actress last month debuted as Cleopatra in a commercial for Caesars Sportsbook that also starred pitchman JB Smoove, 56.
Hollywood star: The 55-year-old actress, shown last month in Santa Monica, California, posted a selfie as the ancient Egyptian queen who she portrays in advertisements for Caesars Sportsbook
Powerful quote: Halle also shared a powerful quote
Halle in her Instagram post credited makeup artist Jorge Monroy, hairstylist Sara Seward and fashion stylist Lindsay Flores.
The Cleveland native recently paid tribute to the late Sidney Poitier in an essay written for Variety.
Halle described the impact Sidney had on her life, from the time she was a young girl watching him on Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner to the moment she received the Oscar for Best Actress in 2002.
Going Strong: The Cleveland native is shown earlier this month on Instagram with boyfriend Van Hunt, 51
Paying tribute: Halle, shown last month in Last Vegas, recently paid tribute to the late Sidney Poitier in an essay written for Variety .
When Halle was finally able to meet him, however, she was so in awe of his presence she ‘froze’ and was unable to speak for several minutes.
‘It is the only time in my life when I have been rendered speechless! I was so overwhelmed by his powerful presence, his regal aura, I could not get my words out. For several minutes, I just sat there and stared at him,’ Halle wrote.
Halle can next be seen in the sci-fi disaster film Moonfall that is scheduled to be released in theaters on February 4 by Lionsgate.
Disaster film: The Oscar-winning actress, shown in November in New York City, can next be seen in the sci-fi disaster film Moonfall that is scheduled to be released in theaters on February 4 by Lionsgate