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Behind every great fashion beauty there lies a great makeup artist. In the case of a long string of one-name supermodels—Christy, Cindy, Linda, and Naomi—that magician has been François Nars, a bespectacled Frenchman whose wand is his makeup brush and his alchemy, transforming mere women into glamazons.
As I mentioned earlier, I am in the process of reviewing all the Nars x Guy Bourdin stuff that I bought. Today I’m reviewing the cinematic eyeshadows in Rage and Mississippi Mermaid, which were the only two I thought were worth purchasing because the other two just seemed too dark/unappealing for my skin tone. 444 more words
Truffaut borrows a lot from different directors. A product of his years watching every film that he can see, writing massive amounts of reviews, treatises and interviews of famous directors, he has absorbed and regurgitated these influences on the screen. 737 more words