Marilyn gets a touch up from Whitey

Whitey Snyder was Marilyn Monroe's makeup artist throughout her career: from her first screen test in 1946 to her funeral makeup in 1962. The pair developed a close working relationship. Towards the end of her life, Monroe asked Snyder to prepare her face if she were to die before him.

Photo by: Milton H. Greene

Date: 19/04/1955

Image: monroe-GOXF

Edition of: 495


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