Create a Signature Look with Permanent Makeup

\n\nCoco Chanel may have defined the most durable signature look. From the early 1900s until her death in 1971, ailment pills Coco’s influence and personal style defined fashion for much of the 20th century. Her short-cropped curls and red-painted lips were as recognizable a part of her personal style as her signature Chanel No. 5 perfume and iconic square-cut jackets.\n\nToday, clinic treatment we need only glimpse the cut of a suit or catch a whiff of scent to identify it as Chanel. The power of a signature look lies in its ability to instantly evoke not only recognition but an aura defined by the individual’s unique personality. Some of most copied recognizable signature looks include:\n

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  • Angelina Jolie’s cat-eye makeup.
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  • Vogue editor Anna Wintour’s iconic pageboy bob with thick bangs, for sale a hairstyle she’s worn since her teens!
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  • Pink’s punky pixie.
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  • Gwen Stefani’s bright red lips.
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  • Rachel Zoe’s wide brimmed hats.
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  • Katy Perry’s two-toned black and colored hair.
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  • Kris Jenner’s dark smoky eyes.
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\nClick here to see many of these looks in Beauty High’s 15 favorite celebrity signature looks of 2012. Beauty High also includes Lady Gaga who, while she doesn’t actually have a single signature look, can always be counted on to push the boundaries of reality in her hair, fashion and makeup choices.\n\nFashion, hair and makeup are the cornerstones of a signature look, but artistically applied permanent makeup should be the foundation.\n\nNext time: How to create a signature look