Makeup Quotes

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Marilyn Monroe
“Beneath the makeup and behind the smile I am just a girl who wishes for the world.”
Marilyn Monroe

Yves Saint-Laurent
“The most beautiful makeup of a woman is passion. But cosmetics are easier to buy.”
Yves Saint Laurent

Gwyneth Paltrow
“Beauty, to me, is about being comfortable in your own skin. That, or a kick-ass red lipstick.”
Gwyneth Paltrow

Coco Chanel
“How many cares one loses when one decides not to be something but to be someone.”
Coco Chanel

Katy Perry
“You think I'm pretty
Without any make-up on
You think I'm funny
When I tell the puch line wrong
I know you get me
So I'll let my walls come down, down”
Katy Perry

Mandy Hale
“Consider the fact that maybe…just maybe…beauty and worth aren’t found in a makeup bottle, or a salon-fresh hairstyle, or a fabulous outfit. Maybe our sparkle comes from somewhere deeper inside, somewhere so pure and authentic and REAL, it doesn’t need gloss or polish or glitter to shine.”
Mandy Hale, The Single Woman: Life, Love, and a Dash of Sass

Tyra Banks
“I love the confidence that makeup gives me.”
Tyra Banks

Chuck Palahniuk
“She's not wearing makeup so her face just looks like skin.”
chuck palahniuk

“There are no ugly women, only lazy ones”
Helena Rubinstein

Courtney Summers
“My dad used to say makeup was a shallow girl's sport, but it's not. It's armor.”
Courtney Summers, All the Rage

Mandy Hale
“Maybe it’s NOT Maybelline. Maybe you were just born with it.”
Mandy Hale, The Single Woman: Life, Love, and a Dash of Sass

Roberta Gately
“‎Lipstick is really magical. It holds more than a waxy bit of color - it holds the promise of a brilliant smile, a brilliant day, both literally and figuratively.”
Roberta Gately

“When I was your age...I wish I'd known that I already had everything I needed within myself to be happy, instead of looking for happiness at beauty counters.”
Ilene Beckerman

Marian Keyes
“Failed relationships can be described as so much wasted makeup.
Forget the laughs, forget the fights, forget the sex, forget the jealousy. But take off your hat and observe a moment's silence for the legions of unknown tubes of foundation, mascara, eyeliner, blusher and lipstick who died that it might all have been possible. But who died in vain.”
Marian Keyes, Watermelon

Hannah Harrington
“All of them are the same type; girls with overprocessed hair and too much makeup and way too much access to Daddy’s credit cards. Girls who, if you took away the designer labels, hair dye and cover-up, wouldn’t be more than average-looking, but with all that stuff look too plastic to be pretty.”
Hannah Harrington, Speechless

Rose Pressey
“I fought a killer and didn’t even smudge my makeup.”
Rose Pressey, Flip That Haunted House

Cheryl Cory
“For the love of God, unless you’re prepping for Rigoletto at the Met, go easy on the eyeliner.”
Cheryl Cory

Robin L. Rotham
“That really pissed me off, because I am worth it, goddamn it!”
“I know you—”
“Still talking here!”
Robin L. Rotham, Alien Overnight

Katie McGarry
“Yesterday Allison bought me nail polish in the annoying shade of mauve. How can anyone look at me and think mauve?”
Katie McGarry, Dare You To

Mia Fontaine
“Mia: I was sixteen when I first realized my mom was more concerned about my appearance than I was… I’ll be talking to my mom and realize she hasn’t heard a word because she’s studying my face to see if the foundation I’m using is a good match for my skin tone.”
Claire/Mia Fontaine

Dean Koontz
“How obvious can it be? ... The purpose of makeup is to defy the degradations of time, and time is just a synonym for death.”
Dean Koontz, False Memory

Camilla Gibb
“She kisses the children goodnight, leaving lipstick on their foreheads and a trail of Chanel No.5.”
Camilla Gibb, Sweetness in the Belly

Lynne Ewing
“That night Serena dressed to meet Zahi. She used a metallic green eye shadow on the top lids and the outer half of the bottom lids so that her eyes looked like a jungle cat's. Two coats of black mascara completed them, and then she smudged a light gold gloss on her lips.
She took a red skirt from the closet. The material was snakelike, shimmering black, then red. She slipped it on and tied the black strings of a matching bib halter around her neck and waist. She painted red-and-black glittering flames on her legs and rubbed glossy shine on her arms and chest.
Finally, she took the necklace she had bought at the garage sale and fixed it in her hairline like the headache bands worn by flappers back in the 1920's. The jewels hung on her forehead, making her look like an exotic maharani.
She sat at her dressing table and painted her toenails and fingernails gold, then looked in the mirror. A thrill jolted through her as it always did. No matter how many times she saw her reflection after the transformation, her image always astonished her. She looked supernatural, a spectral creature, green eyes large, skin glowing, eyelashes longer, thicker. Everything about her was more forceful and elegant- an enchantress goddess. She couldn't pull away from her reflection. It was as if the warrior in her had claimed the night.”
Lynne Ewing, Into the Cold Fire

Lynne Ewing
“She dug through the clothes packed in the trunk until she found the blue halter top and black jeans she had been wearing the night Veto died. She wasn't sure why she had saved them, but she was glad she had, now. She was going to wear them tonight in honor of Veto.
She carried them back to her room, stood in front of the mirror over her dresser, and slipped on the gold earrings that had been a gift from Veto. Then she started to dress. She rubbed glitter lotion over her arms and painted black lines on her eyelids. She rolled on her mascara, then stood back.”
Lynne Ewing, Night Shade

Amanda Abram
“Can we get this makeup thing over before we’re late for school?”

“Oh, right.” She jumped up from the bed and opened up her backpack.

I hated wearing makeup, which was why I never wore any. So needless to say, I wasn't looking forward to this.

She held out a tube of something for me to see. “This will help conceal the dark circles under your eyes. And this,” she said, showing me another tube, “will help to conceal the blotchy spots on your cheeks.”

I grunted. “Do you have anything that will help conceal the hump on my back?”
Amanda Abram, The Importance of Getting Revenge

Tapan Ghosh
“It's not your makeup but how you are made up.”
Tapan Ghosh

Katharine McGee
“Calliope leaned forward on the vanity, which was littered with gleaming silver beauty wands and powders and a fresh manicolor mitt—all of it arrayed carefully before her, like weapons polished and laid out for battle. Her own lethal tools, which had always made her so dangerously beautiful.”
Katharine McGee, The Dazzling Heights

“Too often girls cover up their highlights instead of their shadows. And too often the right boys are too late to notice.”
Giovannie de Sadeleer

Ljupka Cvetanova
“There were times when the mood of woman was a result of how she felt. Now days her mood depends on how her eyebrows are been drawn.”
Ljupka Cvetanova, The New Land

Stephanie Lahart
“Makeup does NOT define my beauty. I am unapologetically me, and I love myself flaws and all! As a matter of fact, I feel most beautiful when I’m not wearing makeup. I prefer healthy, glowing skin from the inside out. I drink plenty of water, green tea, healthy smoothies with fresh fruits/vegetables, and I absolutely LOVE my daily Clinique skin care routine. I encourage girls and women all over the world to love the skin they’re in! Strive to have healthy looking skin, NOT perfect looking skin.”
Stephanie Lahart

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