We’ve said it before: this is a girl that absolutely does not need to have her eyes enhanced with makeup. Not that any lady “needs” to; but this is one who probably should avoid it.
Amanda Seyfried covers the April 2014 issue of W magazine in Chanel photographed by Craig McDean and styled by Edward Enninful.
On getting her first acting role: “I was a teenager when I booked that part, and acting was definitely not the most important thing to me then. I was undecided about my career: I could have been a waitress in Allentown [Pennsylvania] for the rest of my life! But Big Love cemented my feelings for acting.”
On acting: “Acting kind of bit me in the butt. On Big Love, I realized that I didn’t want to lose this thing that I had stumbled into. Now, I’m at the mercy of my calling. I was lucky back then and a little naive. Now I’m addicted. Addicted and scared but never bored. I get to be other people all the time, and there is nothing dull about that.”
On her dog Finn: “When I landed in Korea recently, there were people holding up pictures of Finn. In the past year, people just learned how to pronounce my last name correctly (Sigh-fred), but they all know everything about my dog.”
Michael Kors Bikini | Tiffany & Co. Bracelet | Lucchese Boots
Michael Kors Cardigan | Louis Vuitton Bikini | Lucchese Boots
It’s like putting visible lip liner on Angelina Jolie. When the feature is so dramatic on its own, any attempts to enhance it tend to cheapen it.
Is it us? We’re not saying she can’t ever sport a smokey eye or even strong eye makeup, but when you start trying to change the shape with things like heavy liner or false lashes, it’s not to her benefit.
And these shots are weird.
[Photo Credit: Craig McDean for W Magazine]
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