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Eugenia, Ruslana K. and may be NaTALIA V.(lipstick or mascara ads)

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I think Lily Donaldson would be amazing in a makeup ad. She has really intriguing facial traits. Imagine Lily doing mascara ads.....
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Definately Alyssa Sutherland and Ujjwala.
Dunno about Alyssa, but Ujjwala has done ad campaigns for YSL cosmetics. She looked great, needless to say!

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And of course, Megan Ewing's lovely face deserved a makeup campaign YEARS ago. She appeared in several editorials for beauty products and she is just ridiculously photogenic.



Can she possibly BE any prettier?!


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The shoulds and the should nots
Valentina Zeliaeva: Boring, but still classically beautiful and appealling to the masses.

Polina Kouklina: Russian doll with accessible looks.

Nicole Trunfio: Great for the "edgy" look.

Hana Soukupova: Classic meets exotic. Lots of possibilities, here.

Solange Wilvert: Delicate, classic features.

Sydonie Herrera: Bold, dramatic but still classically beautiful face.


Models who should NEVER do cosmetic campaigns:

Elise Crombez: Too boyish-apish.
MariaCarla Boscono: Oddly attractive, but zero mass appeal.
Louise Pedersen: Simian-scary.
Gemma Ward: To odd.
Raquel Zimmermann: Longfaced.
Adina Fohlin: SCARY.AS.HELL.
An Oost: Ditto.
Lily Cole: Startlingly alienlike.
Lily Donaldson: Hammerhead resemblance is too much of a liability.
Karolina Kurkova: The shark-mouth ruins everything.
Eugenina Volodina: Too much XY.

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Ashton K- Raquel Zimmerman did dior cosmetics... i hated the ads but i still believe her face could be used she's gorgeous

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Eugenia, Ruslana K. and may be NaTALIA V.(lipstick or mascara ads)
haha natalia v already has plenty,,but i agree with Zhenya and ruslana k..and i also think hana s with her classic slavic look!

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Eugenia's had cosmetic campaigns for Chanel and YSL.

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yes but would be great with more..

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ruslana k i think is new in the fashion industry but she is great for one!
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yes but would be great with more..
Definately.

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Valentina Zeliaeva: Boring, but still classically beautiful and appealling to the masses.

Polina Kouklina: Russian doll with accessible looks.

Nicole Trunfio: Great for the "edgy" look.

Hana Soukupova: Classic meets exotic. Lots of possibilities, here.

Solange Wilvert: Delicate, classic features.

Sydonie Herrera: Bold, dramatic but still classically beautiful face.


Models who should NEVER do cosmetic campaigns:

Elise Crombez: Too boyish-apish.
MariaCarla Boscono: Oddly attractive, but zero mass appeal.
Louise Pedersen: Simian-scary.
Gemma Ward: To odd.
Raquel Zimmermann: Longfaced.
Adina Fohlin: SCARY.AS.HELL.
An Oost: Ditto.
Lily Cole: Startlingly alienlike.
Lily Donaldson: Hammerhead resemblance is too much of a liability.
Karolina Kurkova: The shark-mouth ruins everything.
Eugenina Volodina: Too much XY.
that nicole u talking about does not even look like a model..

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