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(Yahoo)   Thirty dollars worth of mascara will not make you look like Natalie Portman   (gma.yahoo.com) divider line 108
    More: Obvious, Natalie Portman, advertising standards, Christian Dior, Christy Turlington, Adweek, consumer expectations  
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2012-10-25 06:32:55 PM  

engrishmajor: I could care less about the fraudulent advertising. I'd never expect that I'll look like the model in the ad, but thirty dollars for mascara? Sheesh. Are men really more attracted to women with thick, goopy lashes? I'll stick to the natural look, thank you very much.


i wish more women were like you. you're a keeper.
 
2012-10-25 06:47:17 PM  

thrasherrr: Natalie has a symmetrical, well formed bone structure in her chin and cheeks. Her forehead is broad and high without being a dome. She has nicely shaped and well sized lips for her face. Her eyes are positioned at a near exact golden rectangle proportion to her mouth and chin. She has clear smooth skin, of an attractive light olive color.
In other words, she is a beauty in the classical sense.


I think she's beautiful, and I have ever since i first saw her when she was about 14.

/on TV, of course.
 
2012-10-25 06:59:40 PM  

ScottRiqui: MoronLessOff: I might try that. But I'm kind of uncomfortable buying jeans I haven't personally tried on. I once took two pair, same size/brand/cut into a dressing room. Tried one one and liked it. Bought both pairs. When I got home, the pair I didn't try on barely squeezed over my big butt.

The last time I went shopping for jeans, I tried on a pair of Levis 514 that fit really well, so I proceeded to grab three or four more in varying colors and materials, and just tossed them in my cart. When I got around to actually wearing them, I found that no two pairs fit the same way. They were all wearable, but some definitely fit better than others.

My wife laughed at me when I told her about it - I guess women already know that unless *everything* about two pair of Levis are the same (model number, color, material, etcetera), then there's no guarantee that they'll fit the same, no matter what the waist/inseam measurements say.


Some farker on another thread talked about the sizing problem. He works for Levi and knows about the problem. Basically, they have different manufacturers around the world. Each makes the jeans slightly differently. Thus, even the same size, make, design and possibly color may be different because its made by a different factory

I've talked to other fashion people, and this is a problem for all big production designers.

So, try them on.
 
2012-10-25 08:28:48 PM  
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2012-10-25 08:31:05 PM  
$35,000 of make-up and three professional make-up artists couldn't make me look like Natalie Portman. But maybe Ricky Gervais or Charles Hoy Fort ware within shooting distance. Why anybody would want to look like Ricky Gervais is beyond me.

Did you see the episode of An Idiot Abroad 2 where Karl Pilkington was transformed into a woman by Thai Lady Boys? He actually looked fairly decent and believable as a woman.
 
2012-10-25 08:48:54 PM  
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Only $30 worth? Not Impressed.
 
2012-10-26 02:12:10 AM  
Natalie Portman need boobs. He'd be attractive to men if he had boobs.
 
2012-10-26 03:45:25 PM  
This is not a bookmark to marvel at how an actress with the body of a 12 year old boy turned into a delicious curvy woman.
 
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