A grad of Paris's École Chauveau (the Harvard of makeup schools), Gucci Westman Neville, international artistic director of Lancôme, gave new meaning to "makeup artist" by creating the shadow palette Pop Cherub. We see the masterpiece of pastels and brights passing muster with Andy Warhol.
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