"The proportion of her face is beautiful," director Oliver Stone says of Jolie (in Versace at the Mr. & Mrs. Smith premiere last summer). "She's a great package, beautifully put together."
At a refugee camp in Pakistan last May.
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And when she left the field? Jolie was quick to treat herself to a hot shower, always her go-to indulgence when she returns from relief work. Even then, her beauty needs are decidedly practical: a dusting of face powder, a few strokes of mascara, a dab of Vaseline on her world-famous lips and – voilà! – she's ready to meet the president of Pakistan. "She wants to make a difference," says Guebre-Christos. "She does it with a lot of simplicity."
And frequency. Two months later, it was off to Haiti, where Jolie and Pitt, along with musician Wyclef Jean, visited schoolchildren and met with local leaders to raise awareness and funds for Jean's relief group, Yelé Haiti.