She’s Got The Look – Women Over 35

October 5, 2015

Gorgeous women 35-and-over will grace TV Land primetime in a new modeling competition series like no other. For one very lucky winner, a second chance for a supermodel career, a life changing contract with the world famous Wilhelmina Modeling Agency, and a spread in Self magazine awaits. Watch the nationwide search, follow the drama as the number of contestants dwindles, and root for your favorite to win it all. In June 2008, TV Land launches a new show that is proof positive that the power years are truly beautiful.

Celebrity judges of She’s Got The Look, including supermodel Beverly Johnson, Wilhelmina Models, Inc. president Sean Patterson and celeb stylist Robert Verdi, all join the search for unforgettable faces in their mature modeling pool.
Lauren Hutton Makeup Cosmetics
Looking your best does not mean striving to be a skinny model. The very outspoken Hutton said it is a crime to see young girls vomiting to look a certain way. “They’re in high school, feeling they can only look this way. And every single one of us has a different physiology. It depends where we came from in the world and our genetic background. I have been all around the world probably 35 times. And we’re beautiful everywhere,” she said.

Cosmetic companies do not create makeup for women who have laughed as much as we’ve laughed, cried as much as we’ve cried or seen as much as we’ve seen. The more we experience life the more our face shows our life’s experiences but cosmetic companies do not address our evolution.

Most makeup available today is formulated for younger women. The textures are heavy, the colors saturated and they’re filled with shiny particles that act like airport runway lights in every line, wrinkle or pore, saying “Look over here!”

When I returned to modeling at 46, I began researching, experimenting, and even mixing and blending my own products to create lightweight, sheer, shimmer-free formulas that enhanced my features instead of masking them. Plus, all of my makeup products are cruelty free–they are never tested on animals.

I also believe the right products are only half the equation; application technique and the right tools are just as important. Lauren Hutton Good Stuff addresses all these elements and features a complete line of professional beauty products including lipstick, facial moisturizer, makeup brushes and more.

My line addresses all four skin tone groups–pink, yellow, olive and brown.

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