AceShowbiz - Leonardo DiCaprio reportedly flied an Australian eyebrow artist, Sharon-Lee Hamilton, from her hometown in Sydney to Los Angeles only to groom his eyebrows before attending the 89th Academy Awards. But it turned out that the news was not true.
A representative for DiCaprio has clarified in a statement that Hamilton was not a member of DiCaprio's Oscars grooming team. DiCaprio's side also said that "The Revenant" actor didn't pay for Hamilton's visit to the United States.
The truth was, Hamilton did fly to Los Angeles to look after four A-listers' eyebrows, which she refused to say the names, but DiCaprio was not on the list. The famous eyebrow groomer only said in an interview with The Sydney Morning Herald that she knew the "Titanic" star. Hamilton was introduced to DiCaprio by Tobey Maguire after she did Jennifer Meyer's, Maguire's ex-wife, eyebrows. "I first began doing Jen Maguire while they were here in Sydney filming 'The Great Gatsby'," shared Hamilton.
Hamilton didn't reveal which celebrities she treated before Oscars, but her previous clients included Beyonce Knowles, George Clooney, Kim Kardashian, Mary-Kate Olsen, Ashley Olsen, Serena Williams and Princess Mary of Denmark. The eyebrow artist usually charges her client $200 for a signature brow consultation.
Hamilton states her various brow treatments in her website. Her website reads, "A full face read, followed by an all-inclusive service that comprises any tints, stains or lightening required in conjunction with your full expert shaping. Included is an eyelash tint as well as a glycolic infused collagen eye treatment plus a full heated paraffin hand treatment followed by a light eye makeup application."