Cheryl flashes back to 60's in new video
The new 60s-style video for Cheryl Cole's new single "Under The Sun"
In the video for her recent number one single, "Call My Name", Cheryl Cole is seen pounding the mean streets of L.A. in the middle of the night, but things are looking very different in her upcoming video for "Under The Sun". Cheryl shakes things up by decamping to a more residential landscape for the video for her next single, "Under The Sun". If you look closely, you can even see a hanging basket...
By the looks of it, Cheryl causes a bit of a stir in 60s suburbia as she drapes herself over a few cars and gets picked up by a couple of male dancers. At one point, it looks like she actually stops traffic.
A sixties sensation
Cheryl also swaps her street-style for a sexy housewife look which is straight out of the 1960s.
She wears a high-waisted, coral pencil skirt and a cropped white cardigan in the video. Thankfully, we can still be sure that it is Cheryl Cole we're looking at as she also wears a pair of leopard print stilettos.
Glimpses of her yellow bra adds another colour to the palette as she leans back over a car bonnet or gets lifted up during a dance routine.
Cheryl Cole's trademark long brown hair is swept up into an impressively voluminous beehive.
Her long locks are whipped up and piled on top of her head, embellished only by a red vintage-style headscarf. The headscarf draws attention to both the beehive and Chezza's fringe, creating the perfect sixties-style hairdo.
A great vintage make-up look
Cheryl's make-up is another vintage triumph. Her sultry eye make-up consists of heavy black eyeliner across her upper lashlines, silver eyeshadow and some great false eyelashes. This look enhances her eyes as she shows off quite a few steamy gazes in the video.
She applied a smooth layer of matte foundation to even out her skin, before applying blusher which emphasises her cheekbones.
One mad housewife
With a look that is somewhere between "Desperate Housewives" and "Mad Men", Cheryl Cole pulls off the suburban sixties housewife look with style.