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In 1962 the death of Marilyn Monroe, to a seemingly endless parade of conspiracy theories, which, even to this day, have been implanted in the minds of many people.
Marilyn Monroe used to be a surprising medicine cabinet staple for my skin to glow and be bright, a former acting school classmate, said.
The late, legendary the bomb apparently was in the habit of rubbing it with petroleum jelly (Vaseline) before a long, hot bath every day to keep her body hydrated.
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“Marilyn Monroe had the most beautiful skin I’ve ever seen,” said Chris Taylor, at a recent event celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute in New York city, Page Six reports.
“She was in a class with Lee Strasberg in one day, and I just had to ask what she was doing,” the actress and the academy award-nominated screenplay cont’d, pointing to her time as a teammate of James ‘ at the Actors Studio in New York city. “Marilyn told me,” I rub my entire body down with Vaseline to get it in a three-hour bath in warm water every morning. It will give your skin a shiny glow.'”
Although petroleum jelly is supposedly working miracles in front of the screen siren Taylor, who was nominated for an Academy Award for screenwriting for “Lovers and Other Strangers,” and also played the leading role in “The Nanny” was, they are not all the same, good luck.
“So I tried that. I’m about to drown,” she joked of the slick trick.
Monroe, seen here in this April 1962 file photo on the set of her latest film, “Something’s Got To Give,” it was said that it was a slow process, for a glowing skin.
Coach had said in advance that She is well-known to the layer of petroleum jelly on her face and her make-up, to make a beautiful camera in light.
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Also ahead of her time, the actress is said to have been advocating for a safe and secure atmosphere.
“In spite of the great rush to California, and I don’t think that suntanned skin is more attractive . . . or healthy, for that matter. I am personally opposed to a deep tan because I like to feel blonde all over,” she said, according to the outlet.
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