Jim Spellman/WireImageTrends come and go, but for some female
celebrities, having a visible smattering of white
powder on your face on the red carpet is always in
style. Ashley Judd joined the roster of
powder-faced actresses (including Uma Thurman,
Nicole Kidman, and Jessica Biel) at an NYC
Barnes and Noble book signing for her new title, All Things Bitter And Sweet. What is going on here?
As a stylist, there are certain things I always watch out for; exposed safety pins, bra lines, and
OMG-your-Spanx-is-showing are some of
them. Make-up artists I know have similar lists.
Lipstick on teeth, rogue frizzy hairs, WHITE
POWDER ON YOUR FACE fall under the same
Now, women like Nicole Kidman, Uma Thurman,
Jessica Biel and Ashley Judd spend a lot of time in the spotlight, and I'm pretty sure they bring in the big bucks. Where are their make-up artists? And furthermore, why haven't they placed a
moratorium on this particular breed of powder
whose white sheen clearly becomes activated in
the presence of camera flashbulbs? Discuss.
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