Every movement begins with a moment.
Inspired by a patient's statement that before cancer, she used to be much more carefree, The Mimi Foundation gave 20 cancer patients makeovers. The only rule was that the patients keep their eyes closed while make-up artists applied gaudy eyeshadow, bright lipstick and lavish wigs. The idea was that the participants' discovery of how silly they looked "allowed them to forget their disease, if only for a second." A photographer was positioned behind a one-way mirror during the reveal, to capture their reactions.
Thanks to Tami Bohn for today's fodder.
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