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Philippe Halsman USA. US Actress Marilyn Monroe. 1952. In this photograph Monroe doesn't look ugly or as if she's been caught "pigging out", she remains glamerous and this has inspired me to concerntrate on all different types of eating, as some women do uphold their beautiful reputation whilst eating junk food. However, this photo still contrasts the stereotype of thin and not eating as she is holding a very fatty burger.
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Marilyn Monroe photographed by Philippe Halsman, 1952. #marilynmonroe
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This really doesn't look like her.
I had not seen this photo before she is so pretty I wonder how old she is ?
A broken person! So sad,she after too much!
Taken by Sam Shaw in 1957.
Norma Jean..........Marilyn Monroe
Norma Jeane (Marilyn Monroe) by a.heart.17, via Flickr
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Marilyn Monroe without makeup. Nothing wrong with natural beauty. ;-)
Wow, she looks like Brittany Spears in this picture Annette Sullivan !
Is that really her... Where's the famous mole??>> confused
This is Marilyn photographed by Milton Greene. Her mole was actually fleshed coloured and it was usually darkened.
Valenteen Kimbrough I am laughing that the bathing suits.
Veronica: her mole was extremely light. She darkened it with eyeliner (or whatever else we can use for stuff like that) to make it more prominent in pictures. A makeup artist suggested she do it and it stuck.
Marilyn Monroe. Don't know which movie she's being prepped for, but this is just adorable.
I believe that's from the set of Some Like It Hot
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Natural beauty should NEVER be toyed with. Norma Jean Baker.. before having work done to look "better".... (???)
I think you're right in this case. Before the Monroe effect was placed, she had a very fresh, more Doris Day style beauty. I prefer this, but she was stunning both ways.