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Jeanine Lobell - Makeup Artist
Jeanine Lobell, who doesn't know who she is? If not by name than her hugely successful make-up line stila is a household name. I much prefer her aesthetic and execution over Bobbi Brown whose business savvy and angle I also admire but her work ironically comes across as heavy-handed at times. Jeanine used to appear in Bazaar in the late 90s and if I can find those articles will scan and post them here. There's surprisingly very little official background info on Jeanine but here's an older article I found:

When celebrity makeup artist Jeanine Lobell first developed her Stila cosmetic line, she revealed to almost no one that she was married to ""ER" star Anthony Edwards.

Recently, Stila was bought by Estee Lauder, giving Lobell the resources and the high-tech labs to develop her ideal products. It has also made her into Madame Mogul. That her hubby has given notice on "ER" sounds like too much of a coincidence.

In town last week for a public appearance at Nordstrom, Lobell seemed much more relaxed about both her business and her famous spouse.

"I kept a good secret for a long time," she said, laughing about how she used to ask the media not to announce to whom she was married. "I wanted to be the one written about and noticed, not because of who he was. Now . . he jokes that he's married to me! Is he gonna stay home and be a house husband? I wish. I tell him: Honey, you stay home and I'll bring home the bacon."

Stylish in a very French way, Lobell is gamine and totally dedicated to her family. Along with Stila, she is raising a family of three children under the age of 8, including a 7-year-old son and two daughters, ages 4 1/2 and six months. She says she isn't finished. "I want five," she smiles. "That is, if my body holds up."

Lobell was born in Stockholm 37 years ago to an American who did not want to return to the States after the Korean War. On her own since she was 16, Lobell lived in Europe and in San Francisco for years and says she learned her makeup skills when she lived in London during her teenage years.

Stila (which is Latin for "pen") was born in 1994 -- a limited color line packaged in recyclable paper with jaunty quotations by famous women (Colette, Edith Sitwell, Gertrude Stein) inscribed under the lids. Barneys was the first store to sell it, followed by Fred Siegel and selected Southern California Nordstrom stores.

Now, Stila is distributed internationally, one of the benefits of being bought by such a big company.

"I like the idea of being an international brand and also working with the best chemists and the best labs," she says. On the drawing boards: a skin-care line, which is about a year away.

Having Lauder bankroll Stila is almost a dream come true, Lobell adds. "Now,

if I want it, I can make it," she says. "You get this picture in your head and see it in your hand six months later. I love that!"

Stila has become a favorite cosmetic for some hot Hollywood properties, especially if Lobell is there to paint the famous faces for magazine covers, red carpet appearances and films. She has her favorites. Lobell designed Laura Linney's siren face for the recent Oscars, turning the blonde into an old- fashioned '50s movie queen with cats' eye black liner, tons of mascara and a bright, slick strawberry glaze on her lips that matched the scarlet of her Valentino couture gown.

Recently, Lobell was holed up in the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills with Liv Tyler during a press junket for "One Night at McCool's." For Tyler, who has puffy, pouty lips, she painted on her favorite red lipstick, a sheer rose-red called Sofia, named for the daughter of a friend.

"Liv has great lips," she said with a laugh, pausing dramatically. "And . . . . they're real. She's so like Ava Gardner reincarnated."

Lobell also works with Jennifer Lopez, Helen Hunt, Charlize Theron, Sharon Stone (for her recent Marie Claire and Elle covers) and a special favorite, Cameron Diaz, for whom she designed her "Charlie's Angels" look.

"I did Vanity Fair, Esquire and Tatler covers with Charlize. She definitely has this pale but golden skin. She's like a Vargas girl. So gorgeous. And Sharon Stone? What great skin she has. Amazing. Her skin is perfect. You really want to show that."

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How adorable is she? And if you squint you can see the old school stila shaker style packaging.



What Lobell does not want to do is show off: Her job is to make her charges look as good as they can. For example, Lobell did Lopez's first Oscar appearance three years ago. She wore red lips (a Lobell fave). This year? Someone else made J-Lo so facially neutral, she almost faded into the charcoal gray of that see-through Chanel. So what was with the neutral face and those red fox-fur fake eyelashes?

"That was about a makeup artist trying to have their moment on her face," said Lobell. "My attitude? It's about balance. Most of the women I work with, I know, and I know what their quirks are. I consider it my job to bring out the best in them and make them comfortable. But you see this all the time where a makeup artist gets so caught up in their own creation, they make it all about them."

Tiny and girlish, Lobell almost looked lost standing with the phalanx of makeup artists Nordstrom hired for the Stila day. Surrounded by all of the young women wearing the Stila French blue and navy rugby shirt and jeans, Lobell also looked very unlike who she is. There is no Chanel suit, Manolo shoes or fabulous jewelry. Her own face appeared almost devoid of makeup. You could see her freckles through her foundation -- she was using Pivotal Skin, the new sheer, buildable base from the Stila Sport line -- and red lips, which she suddenly wiped clean to demonstrate a favorite color.

She reapplied Esme, which she said "works great on brunettes, but also for blondes who maybe want to try a red but are afraid. This red works for everyone."

On Lobell, the soft, universal red looks rosy and brick. On a redhead, she said, it would look more vividly red.

"There is a red lipstick for everyone," she said. "I hate makeup rules which say if you're a blonde you can't wear red lipstick, and if you have brown eyes, you can't wear green eyeshadow. People try to create a platform by having all of these rules. And there are no rules. There is a red lipstick for everybody and a green eyeshadow. You've just got to find the one that is right. "

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US ELLE February 2002

" Earth Girl "
Photographer: Gilles Bensimon
Fashion Editor: Isabel Dupré
Model: Carolyn Murphy
Make-up: Jeanine Lobell
Hair: Oribe




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US Vogue January 2010

Miss Chief
Photographers: Inez van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin
Hair: Christiaan Houtenbos
Model: MIA
Makeup: Jeanine Lobell
Stylist: Marie-Amélie Sauvé


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W October 2010 : Michelle Williams & Ryan Gosling by Inez & Vinoodh

Make-up & Grooming: Jeanine Lobell
Stylist: Lori Goldstein



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W October 2010 : Michelle Williams & Ryan Gosling by Inez & Vinoodh

Full list of Credits & Better Quality Images:

Stylist: Lori Goldstein.
Hair Stylist: Jimmy Paul for Bumble & bumble
Makeup Artist/Groomer: Jeanine Lobell for Kevyn Aucoin Beauty
Manicurist: Nicole LeBlanc for Plutino Group/Taupe Salon and Spa.


Beauty Products:
Dolce & Gabbana The Makeup: Perfect Finish Powder Foundation in Ivory | The Eyeshadow in Desert | The Eyeliner in Chocolate | The Mascara in Black | The Blush in Nude | Shine Lipstick in Ruby.


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Harper's Bazaar Russia June 1998

"Summer Line"
Photographer : Wayne Maser
Fashion Editor : Sarajane Hoare
Hair : Serena Radaelli
Make Up : Jeanine Lobell
Models : Rhea Durham and Mike Campbell


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THE NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE WINTER 2012

Photographer: Collier Schorr
Model: Bella Heathcote
Stylist:Ethel Park
Makeup Artist: Jeanine Lobell


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Document #2 : Lindsey Wixson, Jamie Bochert and Karlie Kloss

Karlie Kloss by Collier Schorr
Fashion Director James Valeri
Make-up artist Jeanine Lobell
Hair stylist Holli Smith





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teenVOGUE February/March 2003


Model/Celebrity: Gwen Stefani
Photographer: Herb Ritts
Stylist: Andrea Lieberman
Fashion Editor: Kate Young
Hair: Danilo
Make-up: Jeanine Lobell



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teenVOGUE February/March 2003

" It's Gwen's world - We just live in it" Many of the links to the best images/outtakes are broken but it's still worth a look. I do still own this issue (fully intact) but if there's enough interest I will scan the entire editorial along with interview





the teenVOGUE crew: stylist Andrea Lieberman, make-up artist Jeanine Lobell, VOGUE design director Charles Churchward, fashion editor Kate Young, hair stylist Danilo, Gwen Stefani, photographer Herb Ritts, teenVOGUE art director Lina Kutsovskaya, teenVOGUE Senior Editor Entertainment Nicole Vecchiarelli, teenVOGUE Senior Editor Lauren Waterman and set designer Thomas Thurnauer.


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US Vogue September 2011

"Lofty Ambitions"
Model: Anja Rubik
Photographer: Alex Prager
Stylist: Elissa Santisi
Hair: Recine
Makeup: Jeanine Lobell


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Moschino F/W 10.11 : Alessandra Ambrosio by Inez & Vinoodh


New York – April 15, 2010
Photographer : Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin
Stylist : Anna Dello Russo
Hair : Eugene Souleiman
Make Up : Jeanine Lobell
Model : Alessandra Ambrosio
Creative Direction: M/M (Paris)

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Dug around a bit and found one of my favorite beauty articles from HB. They used to do amazingly informative and enjoyable behind-the-scenes features on both prolific and up-and-coming talents in the fashion industry. I loved how visually appealing the layouts were.


Beauty Secrets: let's get minimal - Jeanine Lobell
Harper's Bazaar September 1999
Journalist: Emily Dougherty
Still Lifes: Charles Masters



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Harper's Bazaar UK May 2014



AMERICAN BEAUTY
Photographer: David Slijper
Stylist: Leith Clark
Hair: Adir Abergel
Make-up: Jeanine Lobell
Model/Celebrity: Kirsten Dunst



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