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BEIRUT: Sun-kissed cheeks straight from the Jbeil beach, Fairuz-colored eyelids and lips like Haifa: Makeup artist Bassam Fattouh infuses a little local flair into his signature cosmetics line. Fattouh, whose celebrity clientele range from diva pop-star Haifa Wehbe to MTV news anchor Jessica Azar, is the only makeup artist in the region who's developed his own line of beauty products, which can be found in international department stores such as Harvey Nichols and Saks. Before becoming a celebrity in his own right, Fattouh trained at a Paris institute for cosmetology and opened his own business in 1997 . He's worked with big makeup groups such as Clarins and Dior, and he eventually started making his own cosmetics inspired by his experience working with high-profile Arab women. Q: You're the only makeup artist in the region with his own product line.
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