A rare view from backstage during a make-session with Pat McGrath. Scarlett Johansson, the diva we imagine wearing jeans and a t-shirt, the girl next-door with lips that aren’t. (…) When you first look at a face, you wonder what will remain of it or how it will change with a single expression, you wonder how what you see would taste or feel against the skin, if it’s beauty you want to admire you are almost fearful in front of it as if it was a rare image you were lucky to see. In awe as we are with most things we find astonishing in nature, there are personifications of ideals that go beyond are most sensible imagination, or at least create it through their craft whichever it may be: acting, singing, posing, or just being. Source:  DG Make Up http://swide.com