The streak of brown blush on the 'Machete' actress' cheeks gives the impression that she has bruises marring her face as she returned to court in Los Angeles for a progress hearing.
Lindsay Lohan returned to court for a progress hearing on Wednesday, October 19, and drew attention with her bizarre makeup. Photos of the troubled actress at the Airport Branch Courthouse in Los Angeles show that she applied brown shade of blusher to her cheeks and went heavy on the eye shadow.
Instead of creating the effect of hollowed cheekbones, the 25-year-old's makeup gave the impression that she had bruises marring the side of her face. Commenting on her makeup, celebrity make-up artist Rachel Wood told Mail Online, "Her application is heavy handed, the color looks dirty not fresh. It's an Eighties-style application gone wrong..."
Bizarre makeup, however, was the least of Lindsay's problem. On Wednesday, Judge Stephanie Sautner revoked the actress' probation for missing too many community service appointments. During the hearing, the judge said that the actress' deliberately "blew off" the court's order for her to work at the Downtown Women's Center as her part of her 360 hours of community service.
"She has to do 56 of 60 days [of community service] with six months already gone. How many violations have there been? Probation is a gift not a right," Judge Sautner said. She also stated she was troubled that Lohan was reassigned by city officials to work in a Red Cross program without court approval as stressing, "Nobody has the power to change my sentence."
By the end of the half-hour hearing, Lohan was handcuffed in the court and taken away by sheriff's deputies. At 12:17 P.M., the "Mean Girls" actress was released from custody after she posted the $100,000 bail. She is to appear before the judge again at a November 2 hearing which could determine whether or not she returns to jail.
Lohan's representative has issued a statement following the Wednesday hearing. To EW, her rep said, "Lindsay is hoping this matter will be resolved on November 2 and the Court will reinstate probation and allow her to continue fulfilling her community service."