8 Most Iconic Lipstick Moments In Film History

  
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If you’re looking for timeless beauty inspiration that will never go out of style, there’s no place better to look than the heroines from classic films! Starlets throughout the decades have proven that certain lip colors will never look outdated and have inspired us for years to cultivate their look and mimic the colors they made iconic during their time on screen. Whether it’s Audrey Hepburn crooning at the back of a taxi applying peach lipstick or Cher and Dione teaching Tai how to blot during her makeover, join us at Fame10 as we recount the 10 most iconic lipstick scenes in film history.

8. The Notebook

The vintage-inspired makeup that Rachel McAdams rocked in The Notebook was remarkable. Her 1950’s waves, porcelain skin and deep lips were natural yet perfectly suited to the era. McAdams’ naturally full, pouty lips reflected the era perfectly and with her sweet pink lip color she blissfully won the heart of her dreamy love interest Ryan Gosling.

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7. Thelma and Louise

In Thelma and Louise, lipstick takes on a symbolic role that underlies the plot structure of the film. As the two ambitious women set off on their vacation, they snap a selfie of themselves with perfectly applied lipstick. When Thelma loses her savings, she throws the lipstick out the window in an act of lost hope and an iconic lipstick moment that no one can forget.

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