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Dakota Johnson praised by make-up artist

Published 13/11/2015

Dakota Johnson
Dakota Johnson

Celebrity make-up artist make-up artist Pati Dubroff has a real love for client Dakota Johnson.

Actress Dakota Johnson is gracious, according to her make-up artist Pati Dubroff.

The two recently shot an editorial together as part of The Hollywood Reporter Beauty Issue, which saw other A-listers like Reese Witherspoon and Taraji P. Henson pose with members of their beauty team.

Talking about the shoot, Pati reveals she was thrilled with the outcome. "She was so gracious to be part of this with me," Pati beamed to the THR's Pret-a-Reporter. "You never want to ask favours from clients, and it feels like a big favour to ask for someone to take time to be photographed yet again, but she was super gracious and we have a real love for each other."

For the feature Dakota wore a floor length orange dress while Pati went for androgyny in a white trouser suit and brogue. Kirsten Dunst also appeared in the piece, alongside her hairstylist Cervando Maldonado. Kirsten talked about how Cervando persuaded her to cut her long locks into a bob. The look was a winner and even landed the blonde star at number 15 on THR's Hollywood's Best Beauty Moments of 2015.

"I was so excited and surprised," Cervando exclaimed of the shoot.

While Kirsten may be happy to listen to Cervando when it comes to her hair, her wardrobe decisions are a different matter. "I don’t think I’ve ever gotten (style) advice," she told Gotham magazine in August (15). "It’s more that I had really good influences. When I was 16, I was working with Sofia Coppola, who is one of the chicest women I’ve ever met. And my mom was always into fashion. She lived in Germany for ten years and had a lot of old Kenzo in her closet."

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