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Historical Beauty;

Once they found the lookduring preparation for Niagara, a 1953 thriller-noirthat was it. Monroe had many different degrees of her look. There was the natural version for personal appearances and off duty PR shots. Then there was the film version, which had to be adapted to the character she was playing, and then the fully made-up, all-guns-blazing version of Monroe. This glamazon look is associated more with the studio publicity machine (think of the promotional shots of her for Niagara in the gold-pleated dresscontoured, highlighted, and glossed up to the hilt), very different from her downtime look. Monroe was notoriously keen on protecting and moisturizing her dry skin and reportedly applied a layer of Vaseline or other heavy creams before her foundation. This would have given her a glow under the studio lights, imparting her skin with a beautiful sheen that had the added benefit of making her look ever so slightly soft-focus in front of the camera. Appearing glowing and dewy were key components of Monroe’s makeup; she always looked clean and fresh and never overly powdered, as she knew that moisture equaled youth. Channeling Greta Garbo’s sleepy, heavy-lidded style for her eye makeup, she always wore a half set of fake lashes at the upper and outer eyelids to elongate her eyes and emphasize a sultry look, and sometimes added brown pencil under her eyes to make it appear as if a shadow were cast by the weight of her luxuriant lashes. In Snyder’s own words: I can sit here and do the whole thing in my sleep. Put the base all over, lightly. The formula we used that perfectly matched her natural flesh tone was to mix a quart of Max Factor’s suntan base, a half cup of ivory coloring, and an eyedropper of clown white. Then, highlight under her eyes. Pull the highlight out over and across the cheekbones to widen. Highlight her chin. Eye shadow was toned, and that also ran out to her hairline. Then the pencil on top. I’d outline her eyes very clearly with pencil, but I’d make a peak right upsay almost three-sixteenths of an inchabove the pupil of her eye, and then swing it out there. And from there on out was where we put eyelashes. Also, the bottom line was shaded in with a pencil to make her eyes stand out fully and good. Her eyebrows came out to a point as far as I could get them to widen her forehead. So I’d bring them to a peak just outside the center of her eyes and then sweep down to a good-looking eyebrow. You couldn’t go out much farther than that or it would look phony. Shading broke the bones underneath her cheekbone. I just brought a little line down there, a little darker shadow, so that it helped her stand out.
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