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Post by Admin Thu 12 Apr 2018, 05:31

Hmmm.  Vogue really are her biggest fans, eh?

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APRIL 11, 2018 10:44 PM

Amal Clooney's name comes with a checklist of immediate associations—her work as an international human rights lawyer, her marriage to actor George Clooney, and her role as a multi-tasking mother of 9 month-old twins Alexander and Ella. This month, the May Vogue cover star opens a window into her sartorial tastes, experimenting with classic pieces with a twist from Oscar de la Renta, Balmain, and Alexander McQueen—and yet, in the beauty realm, her head-turning, voluminous blowout is perhaps the most well established aspect of her personal style. Whether paired with a bordeaux lip stain, oversize sunglasses, or a pressing of metallic eyeshadow, Clooney's tumble of thick, swingy, polished brunette waves is a uniform scene-stealer, and it works every time.

A recent trip to New York City, where Clooney's thick swingy mane looked especially robust, was no exception. And the go-to beauty strategy is no accident: From dinner dates and red carpet walks with her Oscar-nominated husband to days spent at the UN, juggling mom duty, or attending protests (the couple donated half a million dollars to the student-led March for Our Lives and attended it themselves), the sleek lengths make an unabashed statement of bold femininity, while accomplishing practical magic: the polished style allows Clooney to pursue her work while simultaneously navigating Hollywood's glamorous red carpet scene—all without missing a beat.

Here, a look at how the British-Lebanese barrister is single-handedly bringing the power blowout back into the present tense.

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