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NPR Interview With Michele Probst, September 2012

"Makeup for male politicians, explains Michele Probst — founder of Menaji Skincare for men — should appear natural and be undetectable. "It's about making the candidate look healthy and appealing," she says. "Not pretty." 

For Obama's face she suggests a "nice matte." She adds: "I also wouldn't mind if he took away some of the earned gray hair. He needs to look fresh and ready to go." 

And for Romney: "For such an attractive man, he certainly doesn't seem to have found a comfortable look." The former governor "needs to go maybe a half-shade warmer than his natural skin tone." 

And as for Romney's hair, perhaps "not so much product."

- Excerpt from NPR article (below)

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In The Cut Interviews Michele Probst, September 2012

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Fashion Week With Duckie Brown


"Michele, 
I just want to say thanks so much for all your help and amazing magical skin care products. Love Love Love. You all were so lovely to work with we can't thank you enough for helping us make the models look amazing."

Daniel Silver/DUCKIE BROWN

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Michele with Duckie Brown, NY Fashion Week Fall 2012

 
 

Behind The Scenes with The Menaji Team at NY Fashion Week 2012

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Menaji Skincare Sponsors Duckie Brown & Perry Ellis at NY Fashion Week 2012

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