August 31 2014

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Bleached Brows On The Big Screen; Cate Blanchett, In The Flesh; And More…


With its nationwide release set for this Friday, the Hunger Games on-set beauty stories just keep coming. Today’s revelation: The hair and makeup team bleached 500 people’s eyebrows, and 75 extras actually dyed their hair for the film. [Us]

What’s the secret to Emma Roberts’ flawless complexion? She’s only 21, for starters. But the It’s Kind of a Funny Story actress credits the Beauty Blender for her perfect skin. “It’s my favorite thing,” Roberts says of the pink, egg-shaped sponge. “You have to get it wet, put it under warm water, and then squeeze it out really well, and then it just makes your foundation go on really dewy and nice. I always have one in my bag all the time.” [Hollywood Life]

Cate Blanchett benefits from some serious airbrushing in her ads for SK-II, the Japanese skincare brand that she reps hard. But on the latest cover of The Economist‘s Intelligent Life magazine, Blanchett goes sans digital retouching, revealing her smile lines, faint bags under her eyes, and some very subtle crow’s feet. And you know what? She’s still drop-dead gorgeous. [msnbc]

Susan Sarandon keeps getting similarly better-looking. “I’ve had some lipo under my chin and under my eyes,” the Jeff, Who Lives at Home star says, while admitting that she’ll consider Botox “as long as doctors don’t go overboard.” But as far we’re concerned, Sarandon seems to be doing just fine without it. [StarPulse]

Photo: Courtesy of Lionsgate Films

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