Glamourdaze vintage fashion archive Tue, 29 Jul 2014 15:56:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 1940s Hair and Beauty – Summer Allure in Seconds Tue, 29 Jul 2014 15:56:00 +0000 Actress Jane Frazee’s time saving beauty tips- 1940s Beauty Report by Mary Bailey for Glamourdaze 1943. JANE wants to set her hair, but there’s not much time! So instead of using water, she sprays on a mist of cologne. It dries faster and after her coiffure has been combed and arranged, the gentle fragrance lingers. […]]]> 0 1940s Beauty – Put Magic in to your Holiday Makeup Tue, 29 Jul 2014 15:37:33 +0000 Quick ‘plans for prettiness’ for the 1943 summer girl - Carol Carter 1940′s beauty report for Vacation bound? Or Victory gardening in the backyard? Whatever you summer plans, they’ll go all the merrier if you plan for prettiness! Says pert Dona Drake ” The surest way for any gal to put magic in her […]]]> 0 1930s Fashion – Hollywood styles go white under the sun Tue, 29 Jul 2014 15:04:52 +0000 Hollywood Tries White Magic for Summer 1934- 1930s Fashion By Seymour for THERE’S a childish lilt to Mary Carlisle‘s white gob hat with its navy blue streamers, but her reefer coat is nautical sophistication to its last nickel button! Mary has chosen her accessories skilfully – she matches the blue braid on her coat […]]]> 0 Besame Cosmetics – Vintage America Show Mon, 28 Jul 2014 15:19:06 +0000 Gabriela Hernandez features in pilot vintage era show - The vivacious, multi-talented Ginger Pauley – the vintage girl – put together this very professional pitch for a vintage television show for the networks. Amongst others – she interviews Gabriela Hernandez in her Besame Cosmetics salon in Burbank California. Watch the full feature. It’s a great […]]]> 0 1933 Beauty Shop – Eye makeup styles for Types Mon, 21 Jul 2014 20:54:30 +0000 1930s makeup Tips from the stars - GRETA GARBO EYES. Beautiful, glamorous, disillusioned, they set new precedents in beauty. Notice how clever makeup accentuates the outer lashes, leaving the inner lashes almost untouched. This adds subtle charm. KATHLEEN BURKE has decidedly almond shaped eyes. This type should brush on darkener lightly, accenting the outer lashes […]]]> 0 1930s Beauty Tricks in the Sun Wed, 16 Jul 2014 22:39:27 +0000 Hollywood Beauty report by Carolyn Van Wycks – July 1934 - SUMMER ought to mean the happiest season for us all. But there’s a darker side. And it’s spelled in three words – sunburn, freckles and tan ! A few minutes of protection as demonstrated by these lovelies will save you hours of correction. Linda Parker is […]]]> 0 Ann Rutherford – Beauty and the Beach 1941 Sun, 13 Jul 2014 12:10:46 +0000 Enjoy the sun, sand and sea … and bring your lipstick and mascara! - 1940s beauty report - Denise Caine  for There can be something pretty bewitching about a girl on a sunny beach, as these pictures of Ann Rutherford ( Andy hardy / Gone with the Wind star and soon to be seen […]]]> 0 1920s Fashion – Favourite Footwear of the Stars Thu, 10 Jul 2014 17:40:32 +0000  July 1926 – Glamourdaze review of 1920s shoe fashions - When King Soloman remarked in an outburst of enthusiasm, “How beautiful are thy feet,O queen!” the lady in question must have been wearing an unusually attractive pair of sandals that evening! It takes pretty feet, of course, to give distinction to pretty shoes, but the […]]]> 0 Photobooth Women – 1900s to the 1970s Sat, 05 Jul 2014 17:12:21 +0000 Photobooth selfies of women from 1900s to the 1970s- The first self portrait vending machine or “photobooth” was introduced back in 1883 by a Percival Everett. By the early Edwardian era – photobooth selfies had become quite a craze. They were commonly found at sea resorts. The first set of images found by Walter Plotnick is a touching collection […]]]> 2 The Photographed Woman – 1909 in Virginia USA Sat, 28 Jun 2014 12:46:54 +0000 Rare photograph portraits from Rural America in 1909-1912 Hundreds of female portraits made by an itinerant photographer named Hugh Mangum, who rode the trains to the small towns of North Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia in 1909. They’re notably unusual for the period by their informal and lighthearted style. Source - Duke University Library via […]]]> 3