The festivities may now be over, but we will always have Cannes! With the closure of the 68th Cannes Film Festival on May 24 ended another glorious year of red carpet glamour, fabulous films and all the backstage action from our flawless L'Oréal Paris ambassadors.
Before we go, however, we are going to have one last look down the Cannes memory lane and pick out the hottest backstage footage from the festivities. Here it is: the official L'Oréal Paris rundown of the most magical moments from #Cannes2015!
First up, Julianne Moore and Naomi Watts walk the corridors of the Hotel Martinez hotel, all glammed up and ready for the red carpet. The film-star friends laugh together over the questions of their confession interview together: check out the original interview here!
Get another glimpse at those ever-important behind the scenes preparations with even more exclusive footage of the ambassadors getting ready at the Hotel Martinez!
Even more car clips, even more pre-Croisette confessions: the luxurious ladies walk us through their red carpet routines and how they deal with the clamour of the cameras.
Two big L'Oréal Paris anniversaries required two big, fabulous parties: what would we be without you, ambassadors! Andie MacDowell celebrated 30 years as a L'Oréal Paris ambassador whilst Eva Longoria hit her 10th year with the brand, and we got exclusive access to the celebrations.
How can we forget Doutzen Kroes ' day hacking the L'Oréal Paris Cannes Instagram? Giving us a glance at a day in the life of Doutzen, the Dutch model takes in the Cannes rays by the pool and works a photoshoot with fellow ambassador, Natasha Poly.
To finish on a high, what could be better than the Croisette itself! Here comes the star-studded cast of this year's finest masterpiece, featuring some of our red hot favorites such as Cheryl Fernandez-Versini,Julianne Moore, Eva Longoria, Doutzen Kroes, Barbara Palvin, Aishwarya Rai, Andie MacDowell, Jane Fonda, Natasha Poly, Karlie Kloss, Naomi Watts... the list goes on and on!
But this is not goodbye, this is only au revoir: until next time, Cannes!