Streisand has said of Beaton, “When I started, in the '60s, the beauty symbols were infantile girls like Sandra Dee. And a lot of people, including my mother, didn't think I'd e'er be a motion-picture show star. And it was quite a thing for me, all of a sudden, to rich person Cecil Beaton say he thought I was one of the most exquisite women in the world. I mean, he liked the harm in my nose.” By any standards, Miss Streisand is extraordinary. The camera is never unreactive to her, in a good photographer's hands.
Barbra Streisand's 'Funny Girl' Makeup Was No Laughing Matter (PHOTOS) | HuffPost
Barbra Streisand's turn as Fanny Brice in 1968's "Funny Girl" was quite mayhap our first intro to the over-the-top fabulousness that is Streisand. Her captivating singing voice, on-point comedic timing and, almost importantly, her fuzz and makeup inspired us from day one. (This writer sends her sincerest apologies to anyone who's ever so been within earshot of her "My Man" renditions.) To celebrate the day of remembrance of the film's release today (Sept.
Barbra Streisand's Changing Looks | InStyle.com
Streisand started taking appearance risks in overflowing school: "I put streaks in my haircloth with hydrogen peroxide, point in time put a launder on to try and hiding some of it. But the rinse was ready-made of all different colors..the streaks turned all those colors!