The Dreaded White Powder's Latest Victim: Ashley Judd

When is the FDA going to ban that horrific white powder that makes 40-something actresses look like they dunked their faces in a bowl of flour? It has worked its mischief again, this time on an unsuspecting Ashley Judd. Ashley, who has been keeping a low profile for a few years now, surfaced in New York City this week for a book signing for her controversial new memoir, All That Is Bitter and Sweet. While there’s a lot of tabloid-worthy stuff in her book, the pictures from the book signing are what had the tabs talking last evening.
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When is the FDA going to ban that horrific white powder that makes 40-something actresses look like they dunked their faces in a bowl of flour? It has worked its mischief again, this time on an unsuspecting Ashley Judd. Ashley, who has been keeping a low profile for a few years now, surfaced in New York City this week for a book signing for her controversial new memoir, All That Is Bitter and Sweet. While there’s a lot of tabloid-worthy stuff in her book, the pictures from the book signing are what had the tabs talking last evening.
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When is the FDA going to ban that horrific white powder that makes 40-something actresses look like they dunked their faces in a bowl of flour? It has worked its mischief again, this time on an unsuspecting Ashley Judd.

Ashley, who has been keeping a low profile for a few years now, surfaced in New York City this week for a book signing for her controversial new memoir, All That Is Bitter and Sweet. While there’s a lot of tabloid-worthy stuff in her book, the pictures from the book signing are what had the tabs talking last evening.

Back in October, we reported that Uma Thurman and Nicole Kidman were both victims of the evil powder, and spoke to some makeup artists about what might have gone wrong. The bottom line? Check out your makeup job in good lighting and just stick with blush and a bit of foundation. Mineral powder was high on the list of suspects, so if you’re going out and expecting to be photographed--use it at your own risk! Apparently even the pros have a hard time keeping that stuff under control.