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MAKE-UP TIMELINE – The Makeup Look from 1910’s to 1950’s
Further to the last big post on the history of Glamour Makeup, here is a visual representation or
Makeup Timeline from the film The Powder and the Glory.
It serves as a great vintage makeup guide.
The Powder & the Glory, a 90-minute documentary narrated by Jane Alexander, tells the story of two of the first highly successful women entrepreneurs.Elizabeth Arden and Helena Rubinstein. One hundred years ago these women immigrated to America and, starting with next to nothing, created what is today the $150 billion global health and beauty industry.
16 thoughts on “Makeup History – The Makeup Look from 1910’s to 1950’s”
The blush in the 1950's makeup is in the wrong position. It should be high up on the cheekbones.
i love how different each look is! though i have to say, it's hard to beat the 50s for sheer prettiness.
I absolutely love this post!
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Fascinating post honey. Thanks for the sweet comments and for following me! I have been following you for a while now. Love your blog too! Happy "hump" day. Kori xoxo
that is awesome! so beautifuly done :)
Lovely! What a great take on vintage chic. :-)
I have been wanting to watch The Powder & the Glory since it first aired! I can't seem to find it on the Internet or on my TV :(
Very cool visuals!
That was fun ! :)
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Amazing! Such a dramatic difference from each look to the next. I love the eyes of the 40's. Fab post.
Marie @ Lemondrop ViNtAge
I'm absolutely fascinating by this documentary on the timeline of 20th century make-up, thank you dearly for blogging about, and bringing, it to my attention.
Wishing you a gorgeous Wednesday, sweet dear!
That's really interesting to see the different eras visually. I'll have to check out the documentary.
I'll have to check that out when I have time – thanks for sharing the link!
Thanks for stopping by my blog. What great images.
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