Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen’s Secret to Looking Fierce in Photos [WATCH VIDEO]
Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen aren’t only queens of fashion design, they appear in some of the fiercest looks ever to be seen on photos. Read on to learn more about this scoop.
Haute couture twins Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen have built up a retail empire featuring the boho and oversized look they love. They are also some of the fiercest looking females ever photographed on the red carpet. What’s the secret to their killer looks on camera?
If you’ve ever chanced upon images of the pint-sized twins on television, magazines or online, you may have noticed the intense and sultry gleam of their light green eyes and the barely there pout of their lips. They have rarely been photographed smiling.
However, they are very rarely photographed not looking on-point and poised to glare down upon the camera with a practiced rock star stare.
Their secret is this: the 28-year-old twins have an incredibly simple trick for their nearly identical femme fatale expressions. Just before they turn to face the camera, they both whisper the word “prune.”
The beginning sound of the word causes them to purse their lips, and as they turn towards photographers, they end with the “ooon” sound, relaxing their mouths in the process.
All that’s left is bringing their heads forward to accentuate their chiseled jaws and turning on the concentrated headlights of their eyes.
The result is a fiercely riveting photograph. Every. Single. Time.
So if you’re into these pair of fashion designer magnates, who became the wealthiest women in the entertainment business in their teens, just think about prunes each time you’re about to be photographed.
Big things do come in small packages. Even “prunes.”
Take a look at this video on some of the rare appearances the fashionable twins have made on the red carpet:
That’s the latest news on Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen’s secret to photographing like rock stars. Stay tuned for more celebrity news here at Movie News Guide (MNG).
Photo Source: Wikimedia Commons/David Shankbone