Sharon Stone proved that age is just a number as she celebrated going out on a school night for businesswoman Anastasia Soare’s birthday party.
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Sharon Stone, 64, and British makeup artist Jo Baker excitedly described themselves as “Moms gone wild” while preparing to attend the CEO of Anastasia Beverly Hills’ star-studded 66th birthday celebrations this week.
The Casino actress went braless for the occasion, showing off her age-defying sense of style in a plunging black top with a metallic-inspired shimmer.
Jo documented the pair’s night out with a selfie video, where they both exclaimed: “We’re going out on a Wednesday! Just before Christmas and New Year’s!”
“And we’re still b****es!” Sharon cheekily added, before Jo agreed: “We’ve still got it!”
Jo, who was wearing a sparkly eye patch she had created for the occasion, captioned the energetic Instagram clip: “Moms gone wild on a Wednesday…. Happy Birthday @anastasiasoare what a beautiful party and we celebrate you always!!! #birdsofafeather.”
Sharon opted for a more simple makeup look, highlighting her stunning features with pink lipstick and eyeliner.Sharon Stone got into the festive spirit as she acccessorised with diamonds and leopard print for the outing alongside her friend, makeup artist Jo Baker.Jo Baker explained she had created an “impromptu sparkle eye patch last night in minutes” after having no “fancy” clothes to wear for Anastasia Soare’s party.Sharon Stone and Jo were grinning from ear to ear as they shared an insight into their glamorous night out with Instagram users.Sharon Stone took to the red carpet in Saudi Arabia earlier this month in a beautiful fuchsia pink gown.Anastasia Soare is the CEO behind popular makeup brand Anastasia Beverly Hills, and partied up a storm with Sharon Stone to mark her birthday.
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