Makeup artist Melissa Murphy is showing the public an even more naked side of porn stars. Murphy has been Instagramming before and after pictures of her adult industry clients without and with makeup. Most of the stars have everyday problems from blotchy skin, bags under their eyes to lackluster hair. But, with a few strokes of the makeup brush and some flawless makeup application, they turn into bombshells -- proving that anyone can be sexy with the right attitude.
Post continues after gallery. Murphy has amassed a collective following of almost 85, fans by sharing her makeup tips, product recommendations and final looks on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube. That is slander. Not all of the women are porn stars. I do makeup on men, children.
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Melissa Murphy, the makeup artist known for releasing before and after beauty shots of porn stars and nude models has released her latest batch of photos. With 93, followers on Instagram , Murphy, 37, has become renowned for posting photos of stars posing without any lipstick, mascara, foundation or any other form of makeup for the popular series. While some trolls have made nasty comments, for the rest of us women wondering how on earth we can compete with these glamazons, it's a reassuring reminder that they're just like the rest of us. The makeup artist based in LA works in the adult film industry and features female adult movie stars and playboy models.
For eight years, the folks in the porn industry were Murphy's social circle. Adult actresses became her vacation buddies and closest confidants. But something happened in that threatened to unravel these relationships and destroy her career in the process. Business Insider. Collectively, the internet applauded Murphy's artistry, often commenting on the staggering difference between before and after shots. And it only continues to make the rounds from there. A few months after the Business Insider article went live, I reached out to Murphy, wanting to see how internet-fame was treating her. Had business taken off? Were porn stars clamoring to be made over by her? Turns out, Murphy's ascent into virality was anything but uplifting.