May 24, 2013
With hoards of paparazzi, smart phones and increasingly savvy social networks, the red carpet has become a minefield of sorts. Celebrities are never truly safe from the watchful eyes of the global media (just ask Julianne Moore).
But it wasn't always this way. Liv Tyler addresses this new Hollywood ethos -- specifically the requirement of professional help with hair, makeup and styling -- in her recent interview with Into The Gloss. Beauty norms have shifted significantly since the actress shot to fame in the '90s, and Liv is well aware of the ever-rising standards:
"Everything has changed so much in fashion and beauty since the '90s, when I was starting out ... I would go to things all the time where I did my own hair and makeup. Or, when I did 'Inventing the Abbotts' with Joaquin Phoenix, we were dating at the time, and I threw on this red Prada dress with my weird vintage coat for the premiere."
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