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Can the McCanns be thinking straight?

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Re: Can the McCanns be thinking straight?

Post by Autumn on 08.05.10 4:12

Justagran, I think you are right in thinking that Kate probably applied the make-up. If you zoom in on the photo, Madeleine seems to wearing skillyfully applied white eye-liner beneath her lower lashes ( similar to the way in which Kate applies it to herself as mentioned in JAGN's earlier post). The smudge of eye shadow on her right cheek brings to mind the chocolate used to cover the bruising on baby Peter's face - perhpas that wouldn't have crossed my mind had it not been that she looks so sad in this photo. Is there any info about when and where this photo was taken and who took it?


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Post by vaguely1 on 09.05.10 14:59

Not that it's worth arguing, but white eye-liner is worn along the inside of the eye, above the eyelashes. It's not worn as a decorative make-up, but work to create the illusion of larger eyes. IMHO, she doesn't have that on, or more to the point, we wouldn't be able to see it on a person from that angle.

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Post by aiyoyo on 09.05.10 16:38

IMo,I think the photo is Maddie.

Whoever applied that make up did it too severe.
Maddie looked distorted somewhat from a child.

And whoever decided to put out that photo certainly was thinking straight.
In fact if I may say so the person is rather stupid to think that could make a change to the search.
But of course I forgot it was never about the search, it was about marketing Maddie.

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