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There are more ways than one to get a bobbed hairstyle – and not all of them include scissors. Covering the May 2013 issue of L’Officiel Paris is what we can only assume to be a faux-bobbed Barbara Palvin, hair slicked back and bluntly bobbed, complimented by natural bronzed makeup.
Beautiful Hungarian model Barbara Palvin dons many different looks in her role as the face of L’Oreal Paris. In these shots it’s a beauty look that recalls the fashions of the 1960s with black winged eyeliner all around both the top and bottom lashes.
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…someone goes and puts a blonde, bobbed wig on her. This is the blonde Barbara Palvin we’ve glimpsed before, and while the cover of Marie Claire Italia’s April 2013 issue isn’t the best shot, there are certainly some gorgeous images inside the pages.
L’Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival (LMFF) is starting in just a few days, and along with the host of runways made available for the public to attend, there’s also the chance of running into the gorgeous Barbara Palvin. The Hungarian model and L’Oréal Paris global ambassador is being flown to Australia as a special guest of the festival, which runs from the 18th – 24th March.
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Barbara Palvin just has an incomparable kind of beauty that turns any photo into captivating viewing. Victoria’s Secret were wise enough to catch onto the fact, having now cast her various times across look books, in the Victoria’s Secret 2012 fashion show, and now in their Holiday 2012 campaign.
With perfectly groomed brows, winged eyeliner and a flicked-up 1960s style blonde bob, Barbara Palvin looks utterly divine. This sneak preview comes via her instagram account from behind the scenes on a photoshoot. As for which shoot, we’re not yet sure. But we can’t wait to see it.
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It’s universally proven time and again: the simplest concepts really are often the best. Solve Sundsbo’s video I Love Chanel is a tribute to the work of Erwin Blumenfeld. Starring the perfect features of Barbara Palvin and the pulsing electro beats of Goldfrapp’s Strict Machine, it’s a modern-classic mix that does nothing more or nothing less than what it’s mean to: it draws your eyes…
There’s no denying that there’s a certain art to applying liquid liner: it takes practice. But it’s also more than worth the effort once you master it. On the front of a beauty supplement for the September 2012 issue of Harper’s Bazaar UK, Barbara Palvin wears that perfected winged black liner matched by red lips. The liner here starts from the very inner corner of…