Part of my transformation in Singin’ in the Rain from a young girl of the 1950s to a flapper of the 1920s involved my eyebrows. The makeup people plucked out my eyebrows and penciled in thin lines, to suit the fashion of the times. They assured me that my real brows would grow back, but they never did. To this day, I always carry an eyebrow pencil with me, to touch up my drawn-on brows. — Debbie Reynolds, 2013 (Image: hollywoodpaper4)

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