Audrey Hepburn is an icon of the old Hollywood. She was gracious, gentle with a classical feminine look, always a real lady which inspires us even today.
Just like Marilyn Monroe, she was and will always be a real inspiration for the fashion designers and stylists.
How did she manage to always be beautiful and flawless?
- "For beautiful lips, speak only words of kindness". Audrey always wore a red lipstick. It was the most modern lipstick of that era (Marilyn wore it too). But the lipstick is not enough to be beautiful. According to her, one should speak only words of kindness in order to be beautiful.
- "For beautiful eyes, look for the good in others". Audrey stayed true to her natural eyelashes color, which had a characteristic natural shape. Her lashes emphasized her eyes. According to her, in order to have beautiful eyes, one should look for the good in others. She was well known by her big heart, because she consecrated the end of her life by helping children.
- "The beauty of a woman is not in the clothes she wears, the figure that she carries, or the way she combs her hair. The beauty of a woman is seen in her eyes, because that is the doorway to her heart, the place where love resides". Everybody knows that we can't find a single flaw in her look. She was always beautiful. But according to her, it is not important what we wear and what kind of makeup do we have, because being beautiful according to her is to have a charisma, and to have a big heart and we should always help to everybody who needs it.
- "For a slim figure, share your food with the hungry". Audrey was UNICEF's ambassador. She once said that it was good to be a celebrity because she could use her position to help and to speak in the name of those who couldn't. It is also true that she always had a slim figure.
- "The beauty of a woman only grows with passing years". As years pass by, we gain experience and we're not that worried about our look like we used to be. But women are like the wine, even more beautiful as every year pass by. Audrey stayed an icon till the end of her life.