Bond Girls are smart. Over the years they’ve been an astrophysicist who can pilot a shuttle to a space station (Holly Goodhead in “Moonraker”); a nuclear chemist (Christmas Jones in “The World is Not Enough”): a famous cellist (Kara Milovy in “The Living Daylights”); a geologist (Stacy Sutton in “A View to a Kill”), and that’s just a start.
Bond Girls thrive on intrigue — crosses, double crosses, triple crosses, even — and few things say intrigue better than a Burberry trench.
Bond Girls are mysterious. They seldom tell anyone — not even Bond — everything they know or reveal all of their alliances. Maybe that’s why Bond Girls favor smoky eye makeup — it aids in their mysterious appearance. Try Photo-Op Smokebox eyeshadow palette by Smashbox.
Bond Girls wear bikinis. They wear them because they have great bodies — and because they have a great deal of confidence. You’ll never hear a Bond Girl asking her BFF is she looks fat or if her bikini bottom makes her butt look big. A Bond Girl is beyond all that.
A Bond Girl knows lipstick can be used as a secret weapon of seduction. Most men — especially those named Bond, James Bond, love women with bold, red lips. Try the sleekly packaged Dior Addict Extreme lipstick.
A Bond Girl always has the right clothes for the occasion and never ever allows her clothes to wear her — even when she’s attired in something as fabulous as the Lauren Ralph Lauren sequined mesh gown, $280. A Bond Girl is always the most important part of her outfit.
Bond Girls never have bad hair days. Whether it’s cut in short layers like Jinx’s locks or long and luscious like Kissy Suzuki’s in “You Only Live Twice,” Bond Girls have swingy healthy hair. And it even looks good after swimming.