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  • Jennifer Anderson

    Classic Beauty Secrets From Hollywood Screen Sirens ~ Audrey...interesting in this shot you can see her actual eyebrow shape through the makeup.

  • Paulina

    Photo by: John Kobal Foundation/Getty Audrey Hepburn: In both Roman Holiday and Sabrina, Audrey Hepburn drastically cut her long hair into a super-short pixie - and made her male co-stars weak in the knees. The pixie cut was perfectly suited to Audrey's dramatic features (like her famous swan-like neck ), but the style will work on anyone who has an oval, square, or heart-shaped face and straight or wavy hair

  • roxy rose storm

    overwhelmingly inspiring beauty shot of audrey hepburn in 1954 for Sabrina. the defined eyebrows, lips, eyes, and freshly cut short hair

  • Lora Gaches

    Chosen by People magazine as one of the 50 Most Beautiful People in the world. [1990]

  • Collistar

    Audrey Hepburn #Collistar #Sopracciglia #sguardo #eyes #occhi #eyebrows #AudreyHepburn

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