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Lauren's Life

As we age, not only does our skin change, but our faces do, too. We need different ways to put on makeup, and we need different products: What works for 20-year-olds just doesn't work for women over 42. When I went back to modeling at a then-unheard of 46, there was nothing out there that suited us. Most makeup companies just forgot about us - the biggest, wealthiest, healthiest, the best-educated generation of women in the world's history.

So I put together what I learned in over four decades of working with almost every type of makeup in the world. (I bought and tried almost everything when I traveled.) This, along with the tricks I've learned from the great makeup artists of the 60s on, helped me figure out exactly what I needed to look good and keep working.

The result: Professional Makeup, a complete line of beauty products with everything you need to look beautiful, and step-by-step tips and secrets to make it incredibly easy.

It's good stuff. You'll find it will make a difference in your life by making you look and feel younger. I hope you try it and that it works as well for you as it has for me.

Love and laughter,
 Lauren Hutton

About My Makeup

Makeup Tips and Tricks


Pictures & Stories

  • Guess What I Found
    Pacific River, New Guinea, 1995. Me and a cute herpetologist would go snaking at night on the only asphalt road where snakes would come to warm themselves. I brought this 15 foot Amethyst Boa back to my hotel room. I kept him in a Nike bag which he seemed quite happy in.
    I was making bead necklaces for the Huli warriors I was about to go stay with.

  • Hugging my dear friend Georgio Armani before his spectacular event 'One Night Only' in NYC

  • One of The Tribe
    Hangin' out in Maasai Territory with a group of warriors as my guides.

  • A Snake Handler?
    Maasai believe that all snakes kill. They're impeccably polite and would NEVER touch you. But when they thought I was too close while photographing this Boa, they kept whisper (shouting) Mama! Mama! And fluttering at me like butterflies to run away. They saw me grab this guy out of the creek when he leapt at me and their eyes nearly pop out!

  • A Snake Handler?
    Maasai believe that all snakes kill. They're impeccably polite and would NEVER touch you. But when they thought I was too close while photographing this Boa, they kept whisper (shouting) Mama! Mama! And fluttering at me like butterflies to run away. They saw me grab this guy out of the creek when he leapt at me and their eyes nearly pop out!

  • A Snake Handler?
    Maasai believe that all snakes kill. They're impeccably polite and would NEVER touch you. But when they thought I was too close while photographing this Boa, they kept whisper (shouting) Mama! Mama! And fluttering at me like butterflies to run away. They saw me grab this guy out of the creek when he leapt at me and their eyes nearly pop out!

  • This Ain't No Zoo
    While the hippos decide to wrestle for it, these two lion help each other. Males are usually territorial but one of the lions was injured. His friend keeps a watchful eye out for danger.

  • This Ain't No Zoo
    While the hippos decide to wrestle for it, these two lion help each other. Males are usually territorial but one of the lions was injured. His friend keeps a watchful eye out for danger.

  • Checkin' the Scene
    This great vehicle is Tim's of Royal African Safari (in case you want to go, email him at Tim@RoyalAfrican.com). He designed it. Tim studied Botany and Zoology and is a great guide.

  • A Girl's Got to Look Good Anywhere
    After being in the bush for weeks, I have to touch up. I can't meet the other campers looking like a warrior!

  • During a Magical Walk
    Every morning on the coast at Ras Kutani, I walked to breakfast thru these flowers that had bloomed and fallen at night. I felt like at a Balinese wedding. (Continual African Magic!)

  • Sittin' Pretty
    After weeks in the bush with 8 men, its good to have an afternoon with the girls.

  • Local Savior
    My friend, Carter Coleman, of the African Rainforest Conservancy. 20 years ago, I told him stories of Africa. Instead of going to Harvard Law, he moved to Tanzania and started ARC to save the Rainforest that he and his tame eagle were hang gliding over. He got local villagers involved and they've replanted over a million trees. (http://www.africarainforest.org or www.tfcg.org)

  • Lots and Lots of Animals
    This is Hidden Valley, Tanzania. Just an oval depression in the plain with one tree. There were about 1/2 million gnus and zebras behind those guys just over the horizon. It reminded me of an old cowboy movie with Apaches lining the rim of the depression all the way around.

  • Mini Me
    Two old pictures of me as a little one. Even my baby teeth were gapped!

  • Mini Me
    Two old pictures of me as a little one. Even my baby teeth were gapped!

  • That '70's Shot
    Picture of me taken in the mid 1970's

  • My 60th Birthday at the Office
    The office bash for my 60th birthday. That's me holding the globe. The cake was from the NBC Today show. They rolled it out to my suprise when I was there earlier that day.

  • My 60th Birthday at the Office
    The office bash for my 60th birthday. That's me holding the globe. The cake was from the NBC Today show. They rolled it out to my suprise when I was there earlier that day.

  • A Whaleshark of a Time
    One of my passions. Diving with the biggest fish in the sea--whalesharks

  • A Whaleshark of a Time
    One of my passions. Diving with the biggest fish in the sea--whalesharks

  • My Sexy Underwater Friends
    My main diving buddies Bret, Mitch and Fred. All famous in the diving world.

  • Some Drinks and Dinner with Friends.
    In Bilbao, Spain for the opening of the Guggenheim museum. Dennis Hopper, who is the VP of our gang, Min, the curator and Frank Gehry, the great architect who designed the museum.

  • Irons and Gehry
    Jeremy Irons and Frank Gehry on bike in Bilbao, Spain. First Guggenheim motorcycle race when they opened the Guggenheim there.

  • Things that could have been...
    In Turkana country-Northern Kenya. If I'd had any brain, I would have made her my mother-in-law.

  • Dinner?
    Ice fishing in Northern Sweden.

  • A Joke
    Just discovered on a boat in the South Pacific the guys had just ruined my best bathing suit.

  • Me, Santa?
    Xmas eve 10 years ago I almost lost my mind. I took 6 little boys to FAO Scwartz in NYC with 6 million other people. Most of these are my Godsons.

  • Recovering
    The guy I won't let go of is Dr. Eugene Libby of Las Vegas, NV (Ex-fullback). After he performed an 8 1/2 hour operation that saved my life. I was all doped up. I look like the trollip of Hollywood!

  • Bonding with the Natives
    My Godson and friend in Africa

  • Friends Pay a Visit
    Fish (Lawrence Fishburn) and his wife Gina Torres who came all the way to Las Vegas after I got crushed by the motorcycle.

  • Hey, If It Works
    Picture I took in Vietnam of a 70 year old lady rowing a perfectly round basket for a boat.

  • Looking the Part
    1st of 31 movies "Little Faus and Big Halsy." Bob Redford, me and 30 stuntmen-where I learned to ride motorcycles.

  • Nike
    Cruising around with my just bought Chinese Nike shoes.

  • Fun with Family
    My God daughters, Stella & Lola

  • Going Home
    1 year after my accident. After rehab, leaving St. Barth's

  • Behind These Walls
    New Guinea highlands entrance to Witch Doctor University. I got in, but I couldn't enroll. Only for the boys.

  • Country Road
    The road to my country home in the Southwest

  • Photo-Op
    Back in 1992 a photographer wanted to shoot in Florida, but because he never shot people over 25 and I was 47 I knew that I had to come up with a good photo-op. Gators have weak muscles for opening their mouths. So the trick is to keep his mouth shut! I wrestled this 9ft., 370lbs gator for 45 minutes. My shrink says this is how I should handle men!

  • Me and Arnold
    On a TV show with a young Arnold Schwarzenegger, 1974. The dumb photographer forgot the most important part-the fact that I was in 5 inch high heels holding Arnold Schwarzenegger up in the air! He had just bench pressed me so I had to get my honor back.

  • Dogsledding
    Alaska, March, 2002. 400 mile dogsled through northern Alaska. I started dogsledding two years before in Sweden. It makes me feel fantastic-and there's nothing like living with 40 dogs!