Looking for an authentic vintage 1930’s make-up look ? Want to feel like a 1930s girl ?
The these two extremely rare make-up guides spanning from the early to the late 1930’s might fill your Christmas stocking very nicely.
Found in an Oxford garage sale and lovingly and beautifully restored; Make-up by Virginia Vincent and The Art of Make-up by none other than Max Factor himself.
The 1930s make-up look changed quite dramatically from pencil thin eyebrows and lush expressionist influenced rouges and lip colors of the early 1930s, to a more subtle Hollywood ideal as taught by make-up geniuses such as Max Factor. Learn tips from the master, as taught to Hollywood actresses.
For the early jazz styled 1930s look as typified by Joan Blondell and Myrna Loy and Carole Lombard to a more ethereal make-up look in the late thirties as modeled by Bette Davis, Vivien Leigh and Merle Oberon. The differences and techniques on 1930s vintage makeup looks are subtle but fascinating to read. Many of the accepted ideas of contouring and highlighting, were only understood by a limited few, and every woman jumped on manuals such as these in order to emulate their favorite actress or feminine ideal.
Make-up and Beauty – Vintage 1930s guides – is a charming and entertaining collection of restored vintage makeup tutorials and makes for an informative trip back in time to a gentler era.
Learn key 1930s makeup styles:
1930s style tips
how to apply 1930s style make up
1930s eye makeup tutorials.
Make-up for the Light Blonde type.
Make-up for the Golden Blonde type.
Make-up for the Chestnut brunette type.
Make-up for the Dark brunette type.
Make-up for the Titian-Haired type
Make-up for the White-haired type.
Vintage 1930s Lipstick technique
Care of skin before and after make-up
and so much more !
Treat yourself or a girlpal.
You can also get the Vintage Make-up Guide Bundle, which includes all 1920’s, 1930’s, 1940s and 1950’s mkeup and beauty guides. A real bargain!
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Perfect 1930's make up tip. We are having a 1930's Christmas party at the office and I'm glad that I have come across your blog and acquired these tips from you. Thank you so much.
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