Vincent Dixon
  • Cancer Patients Forget About Their Illness With Crazy Makeovers

    Photographer Vincent Dixon was compelled by a single phrase: "You know what I miss the most? Being carefree." In the aptly titled "If Only for a Second," he offered 20 cancer patients that feeling with a makeover, done while their eyes are shut. In the following series, he photographs them once at the completion of the makeover, and once more right after they open their eyes.
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  • Cancer Patients Forget About Their Illness With Crazy Makeovers

    Hayat.
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  • Cancer Patients Forget About Their Illness With Crazy Makeovers

    Patrick.
    Vincent Dixon
  • Cancer Patients Forget About Their Illness With Crazy Makeovers

    Fabienne.
    Vincent Dixon
  • Cancer Patients Forget About Their Illness With Crazy Makeovers

    Jeannine
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  • Cancer Patients Forget About Their Illness With Crazy Makeovers

    Noella.
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  • Cancer Patients Forget About Their Illness With Crazy Makeovers

    Ariane.
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  • Cancer Patients Forget About Their Illness With Crazy Makeovers

    Brigitte.
    Vincent Dixon
  • Cancer Patients Forget About Their Illness With Crazy Makeovers

    Click <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pMWU8dEKwXw" target= _blank">here</a> to see video of the patients' reactions.
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