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Monica Lewinsky and Other Beauties


Monica Lewinsky is a wonderful, sweet and natural girl. She came to Patrick’s (Demarchelier) studio all alone. At this time she was the most famous woman in NYC. Very calm and relaxed. She was a natural in front of the camera. Love Monica Lewenski.


Giving myself a lift with Mark Traynor lifts. Mark Traynor was my makeup instructor at the Wilfred Academy Beauty School on Broadway, NYC. I never paid attention. Thanks for the instruction, never too late. Mark Traynor Deluxe Face Lift


What a fun day working with Susan Lucci on a photo and video shoot with “The People’s List.” Important info: Christie Brinkley and Susan Lucci drink warm water and lemon in the morning. People Magazine, ABC/Lincoln Square Productions, Producer, Kristin S. Pisarcik. Photo by Heidi Gutman. Sandy Linter, Makeup. Vanessa Ungaro, Hair.


Christie Brinkley “Swinging beauty” shots for her new Bellissimo Prosecco. She makes it all look so effortless, and then I remember I’m working with a supermodel genius. Sandy Linter, Makeup. Mitch Berry, hair.


Elizabeth Hurley’s wedding day on the arm of her friends, Sir Elton John and David Furnish at Sudeley Castle, England. She married the gorgeous Arun Nayer. Sandy Linter, Makeup. Serge Normant, Hair.

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Sandy Linter is an iconic makeup artist. Name a supermodel, Hollywood legend, rockstar, head of state or the top photographers in the world, and Sandy’s worked with them all. She’s been Lancôme’s Beauty at Every Age Expert since 2008 and is the author of “The Makeup Wakeup: Revitalizing Your Look at Any Age” and “Disco Beauty: Nighttime Makeup.” Sandy can be reached through Rita Hazan Salon in New York City.

6 thoughts on “Monica Lewinsky and Other Beauties”

  1. First I read the article Lessons for living from the dying…then I read this. Unfortunately this article adds to the pressure older women feel about the physical part of aging.

    • Hi Kathy,
      I’ve never even had Botox or facial surgery. While I’m not thrilled with what’s happening to my face as I get older, I love looking at beautiful women, regardless of whether they’ve had anything done. There are women who’ve had work done who look great. On the flip side, there are lots of women who’s Botox and surgery looks terrible. The bad ones make it easy for me to live with the face I have instead of running the risk of winding up with one that horrifies me. Talk about regrets… Besides, after 10 breast cancer surgeries and eight rounds of chemo, I’m just grateful to be here. No pressure.

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