Oh no! Every girl’s worst nightmare quickly became Melissa Joan Hart’s reality at Disney’s ‘Frozen’ premiere on November 19! Arriving on the red carpet, the well-known actress didn’t know that her powder would be front and center in photos. We’re talking a major makeup malfunction!
Best known for her role as Sabrina in Sabrina, the Teenage Witch, the former child-star, Melissa Joan Hart, 37, probably felt like she was back in high school during this horrifying moment! With photogs snapping away, it was way too late! Keep reading for all the embarrassing details!
Melissa Joan Hart’s Makeup — Powder Malfunction On ‘Frozen’ Red Carpet
Arriving in style, sporting a sexy, off-the-shoulder, curve-hugging, icy blue bandage dress, and with her hubby and three sons in tow, Melissa had no idea her night of family fun would turn into a serious disaster!
It was only after hundreds of pics were snapped, that the blonde actress realized she had white “translucent” powder smeared across her forehead and all over her mouth and nose! It seems her makeup artist took the translucent powder too literally and totally over did it!
To make matters worse, Melissa was beyond horrified and looked frozen upon hearing the news. Unable to make a graceful recovery, she made a mad dash off the red carpet quicker than you can say “Melissa Joan Hart!”
It was very unfortunate to see Melissa experience since she looked amazing otherwise — other than the powder fail, she looked like a super hot mom! With her hair neatly curled into place and her piercing blue eyes heavily rimmed in black liner for the ultimate POP, it was clear that everyone was way too distracted to even notice her serious makeup mishap!
So, HollywoodLifers, what do you think about Melissa’s makeup malfunction? Sound off in the comments below and vote!
— Stacy Cabello
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