YEAH RIGHT! Uma Thurman’s ‘New Look’ Explained By Her Makeup Artist

I dont know if i buy this story, but i found this on the net. Had to share:

The Internet was all abuzz yesterday when photos appeared of Uma Thurman rocking a different look at the premiere of her show The Slap in New York City.

The 44-year-old actress’ makeup artist Troy Surratt is opening up about the drastic makeup changes that made her look a bit different.

“We experimented with the makeup,” he told Refinery29. “We did a much stronger brow and a bold lip for a French sort of feel. “The way I shaded her eyebrows with the pencil, I created an uplifting effect. Then, I finished with a shimmering, silky-beige shadow on her lids, and went with no mascara at all. Sort of a reaction against all the fake lashes we’ve been seeing on the red carpet.”


Furthermore, a source told Us Weekly that is was not surgery. “It was a fun makeup choice, something totally different, that’s all.”

Mmmmm! i know makeup does wonders, but this is much to much of a nonsensical piece! But whatever, we still love you Uma, even  if you did just pull a “Renee Zelwegger”


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