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Taylor Swift's New Look is One Part 'Sullen Boy,' Two Parts 'Top Model'

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Photo: <a href="http://www.wonderlandmagazine.com/2014/11/wonderland-novdec-issue-thursday/">Wonderland</a>
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For Wonderland magazine's November/December issue, Taylor Swift ditched the fake-laugh-and-hand-above-the-head positioning—the providence of so many covers past—for a neutral pout, championed by teenage boys and models alike. The "Blank Space" singer is wearing very little makeup aside from those bronze cheeks, her eyebrows are on fleek, and she's styled in a cozy white sweater. Not a sequin in the vicinity.

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