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- MAKEUP BY BEAU NELSON
- GIORGIO ARMANI MAESTRO FOUNDATION BROAD SPECTRUM SPF 15
- LAURA MERCIER CREME CHEEK COLOR IN BLAZE
- TOM FORD SHADE & ILLUMINATE
- NARS DUO EYESHADOW IN ALL ABOUT EVE
- GIORGIO ARMANI EYES TO KILL MASCARA
- HOURGLASS ARCH BROW SCULPTING PENCIL
- NARS SATIN LIP PENCIL IN LUXEMBOURG
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Julie Delpy: I really do the minimum because I don’t like when people wear too much makeup so I’m going to put on...what is it, the thing on the eyelashes, I forget the name of it…
J.D.: Mascara! I’m going to put on mascara. I’m going to put lipstick and a little blush on the cheek. And if I have a pimple I’m going to cover it. And that’s it. I’m not going to do anything else. I’ve been faster in the bathroom than any of my boyfriends. Even the least vain ones.
J.D.: For a few years, I would always put on the song “Waters of March”. It’s a Brazilian song that they turned into an American song. It’s very pretty and very happy. And I used to listen to that every time I got ready to go out.
J.D.: I think Marilyn Monroe is probably the most beautiful woman in the world.
J.D.: Nothing is more beautiful than what children have in their face, something completely naive. Maybe it was completely fabricated with her but it looked very real. And that kind of childlike quality made her really radiant.
J.D.: It’s usually when I feel my face is clean, my hair is pulled back, I’m wearing things that are comfortable. It’s when I feel that I’m without artifice. It’s more a question of feeling clean and neat.
J.D.: I love to have a good colorful lipstick in my bag. For skincare, people give me stuff and I love to try and mix everything. I actually never wear the same cream for more than a month. Chanel. Kiehl’s. The Lab, which is I think a Spanish brand. And I like all sorts of French pharmacy [products], like La Roche Posay.
J.D.: A friend with whom you can joke around and have fun.
J.D.: I wash my face every morning with soap and the last thing I put on is some kind of night cream, whatever one I inherited that day.
J.D.: [laughs] I didn’t even know people did that.