Miley Cyrus was photographed this afternoon as she left her hotel in New York City.
I think Miley’s outfit is cute and youthful, but what about her hair and makeup? I just think the hairdo is making her look too old, what do you think? Maybe it’s not the hairstyle alone, maybe it’s the heavy makeup? I understand that she’s probably heading to an appearance or a performance and they need it to be heavier for those things. There’s just something almost “too mature” about her look here. I certainly don’t mean she should be in pig tails and ribbons, but there’s something off about the look. Is it just me?
Photos by INF
the color palate for her makeup and the orange spray on tan make her look puffy and just plain wrong. her outfit and hair are nice though
are miley and snooki related? lol
seriously! what the hell is she doing with her mouth?
Yes, she is totally morphing into Snooki!
And my compliments to the author for the euphemism “too mature” – I admit that I’d use less ladylike words.
omg! she looks like tracy from jerseylicious!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! hahahahahahaha minus the teasing.
She looks like she is recovering from some type of face surgery. Or maybe steroids? Too me she doesn’t look older just odd.
She’s doesn’t look mature, she looks gross.
And when will girls understand that brown/orange skin and bright pink lipstick look TERRIBLE together?
looks great. Love those boots. What’s everybody’s problem with her?
I like the hair but the make-up is too much, waaay too much …it just doesn’t look like her.
I agree with you – something is off about the look and it’s making her look a lot more older than she really is. But she probably wants that.
does she look like plastic in these photos to anyone else?.. i mean yikes!
She definitely does ! I keep looking and wondering : what has she done to her face?! I can’t put my finger on it…
Yeh, I think the New Jersey brain-dead slut image has now gone too far! She does have great legs, I mean really great legs.
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