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'I Guess Nobody Liked My Makeup,' Uma Thurman Says Of Surgical Speculation After Red Carpet Appearance

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Feb. 12 2015, Published 1:43 p.m. ET

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Uma Thurman, responding to plastic surgery rumors after she sported a different look on the red carpet this week, joked to TODAY, "I guess nobody liked my makeup."

The A-lister had entertainment outlets and social media abuzz this week after her red carpet appearance in New York for her upcoming mini-series The Slap, as many compared her drastic change of appearance to Renee Zellweger's earlier this year.

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The 44-year-old Thurman danced around any direct references to plastic surgery, saying of the speculation: "I don't know ... I mean, I've been doing this for years and years and years, and people say things nice and they say things mean … you take the good with the bad.

"It's just like, whatever ... I know I look weird!"

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The Kill Bill beauty's makeup man Troy Surratt delved into the technical aspects of the elaborate cosmetic work he did for the actress.

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"We experimented with the makeup," Surratt told the style site Tuesday. "We did a much stronger brow and a bold lip for a French sort of feel. The way I shaded her eyebrows with the pencil, I created an uplifting effect. Then, I finished with a shimmering, silky-beige shadow on her lids, and went with no mascara at all.

"Sort of a reaction against all the fake lashes we've been seeing on the red carpet."

The Slap, co-starring Thandie Newton and Zachary Quinto, airs on NBC Thursday at 8/7c.



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