Estefanía Villarreal rose to world fame when in 2004 she took on the role of Celina Ferrer Miter, Mia’s best friend in the popular series Rebelde. Next, we will tell you how his style changed throughout his artistic career.
When she was still a girl, the Mexican wore dresses with ruffles, stockings and shoes. At that time he still did not imagine that he would be an artist.
Already as a teenager Estefanía impressed the public with her interpretation of Celina in the successful youth series, thanks to which the issue of discrimination was installed. There the actress wore straight hair and tight clothes.
In 2014 she was Doris Balbuena in the series “I don’t believe in men” and by this time her hair was shorter, with waves and she was dressing like a more adult woman.
Currently, in the remake of Rebelde that is broadcast on Netflix, Villarreal plays Celina Ferrer Miter again, but this time as the director of the school where the stories take place. For this, her character requires her to have long straight hair, wear strong makeup and two-piece suits.
Undoubtedly, the inclusion of this artist in the production fanatizes the followers of the first season of the show, which was all the rage in the 2000s.