Go Behind The Scenes With Demi Moore at Her "Wanted" Shoot

11/20/2009 at 05:54 PM ET

Ever wondered if it’s as glamourous as you imagine on the set of a beauty photo shoot? Who better than Demi Moore to take you behind the scenes? Helena Rubinstein’s newest face reveals a behind-the-scenes look at how her campaign for All You’ve Ever Wanted came together.


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Aron on

Isn’t ‘Wanted” an Angelina Jolie movie?

perhaps they should have called it, “Desired,” or
translated Wanted into another language…

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lizzy on

ewww look at her wrist and hand holding the perfume! this was really badly photoshopped. i’m not even focusing on the perfume.

Takashi on

Weather or not Rihanna wants to be a role model or not, she is going to be seen as one. Girls look up to her and she knows that, so I think she should at least make an eoffrt to be a good person. I also thing that her blunt jab at white people is extremely racist. But I will say, I am white, and I do think she should act as a role model. But just because I am white and want her to act as a role model, doesn’t make my opinion wrong.

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