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Monday, May 23, 2011

Why Did Olivia Munn Attend the Beauty Culture Opening?

Why Did Olivia Munn Attend the Beauty Culture Opening?

She sure as Hell didn't dress for it. I don't get why people consider her hot, astoundingly she made Maxim's Hottest Chicks this year. Anyway, she doesn't look that good at event that just was about looking pretty.

I can only guess how dumb the conversations could have been in a gallery filled with models, wait a second
Thanks, Vanity Fair
Gisele B√ľndchen (hot model) "Some of the times I’ll look at a photo of myself and ask ‘Ugh, what’s happening?’” she told us. “But the most important thing for me is that I’m never looking at the pictures asking, ‘Do I look pretty for my eyes,’ because I am my worst critic. It’s more about, ‘Did I capture what is trying to be captured?" I could have died listening to those witty and thoughtful conversations.

Beauty Culture really captured the vanity of LA culture as did those quotes.

Check it out it's just pictures of hot chicks. Supposedly, the hottest chicks, and then even more digital photos on big screens. They probably have security cameras.

Then this is cool "The Photography Space has also created an interactive BEAUTY CULTURE Digital Salon. Guests can alter an image of themselves by changing their hair style, hair color and eye color and by applying cosmetics. They can explore the idea of the beauty of facial symmetry by applying a filter to average the two sides of their face. Visitors can then choose to email or upload to Facebook their “before” or “after” image." In other words Facebook toy"

The scariest thing is the lecture series, because who cares? Secondly, Lenoard Nimoy's lecture which seems to be about him  taking pictures of ugly people naked.

September 15, 2011, 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM

Public Lecture: Leonard Nimoy
Actor, writer and photographer Leonard Nimoy has possessed a love for photography since he was a child. BEAUTY CULTURE features images from his “The Full Body Project” which uses photographs of non-classical models in a hope to foster discussions about beauty, social acceptance, culture and health.

It is, I just googled it and an some not pretty people were naked.

Before the ugly naked people head to


The Annenberg Space for Photography
2000 Avenue of the Stars, #10
Los Angeles, CA 90067

BEAUTY CULTURE is open to the public and runs through November 27, 2011.

Photo via Just Jared