Environmental crusader Leonardo DiCaprio knows where his priorities lie – and they’re where that thin, perfectly coiffed line of hair right above his eyes is, and definitely not with the polar bears.
The nitwit actor – who has his own eponymously named environmental foundation – had an “eyebrow artist” fly 7,500 miles to tint or pencil or pluck the stray hairs above his eyes.
The Independent calls her the “Australian eyebrow-artist to the stars,” but Sharon-Lee Hamilton has the chops to prove it. She has flown across the world to coif some of Hollywood’s biggest stars. And before the 2017 Oscars, she was again jet-setting to Hollywood to tend to a select few celebrities.
DiCaprio and Tobey Maguire are two of the celebrities who insisted on Hamilton flying halfway around the world. Hamilton costs $200 for a “consultation” for men, but she has all her expenses covered when she’s traveling on request.
DiCaprio has a “climate action plan” that is a 21-page listing of climate change “solutions” and “targets.”
Nowhere in the document was there anything mentioned about a 7,500-mile eyebrow plucking.
Hamilton’s website states that the treatment includes: “A full face read, followed by an all-inclusive service that comprises any tints, stains or lightening required in conjunction with your full expert shaping.
“Included is an eyelash tint as well as a glycolic infused collagen eye treatment plus a full heated paraffin hand treatment followed by a light eye makeup application.”
Isn’t that just delightful?
Guests who visit Hamilton in one of her Salons enjoy champagne, wine and coffee while they enjoy her services.
Hamilton has treated such celebrities as Beyoncé, George Clooney, Kim Kardashian, Serena Williams and Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen.