1960s Makeup – Eight Steps to a Party Face

Groovy 1967 chick makeup guide –

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A cute 1960s makeup tutorial from Teen Magazine in 1967

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1.If your skin is greasy, or partially so, dab with mild tonic down the centre panel, let dry. if skin is dry, use moisturiser instead.

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2.Put a little foundation cream into palm. of hand, let it warm before applying it lightly and evenly over the face.

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3.Gently press on lots of powder using cotton wool. Allow it to set for a minute or two, then brush away surplus with back of cotton wool.

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4.Brush eyebrows with a paper tissue, pencil in a light line if you need it, using soft feathery strokes. or use a block mascara, brushing colour on to actual hairs.

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5. Eye-shadow next – a thin line of grey shadow on upper lashes, then a broad arc of bronze applied in crease at top of eyelid. Smooth in with finger so that colour blends gradually.

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6.Draw a tin line line of eye-liner above upper lid, using a brush. Stop line short at corner of eye: if longer up sweeping stroke is too long.

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7.Use roller mascara on upper lashes: one coat brushed on top, the other from below. Lower lashes at outer corner can be touched in lightly.

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8.Draw an outline of lipstick first, then fill in rest of lips. Quicker alternative to a lipbrush is a slimline lipstick.
Your good to go girl !

That’s all!
©Glamourdaze 2015
Originally 1960s makeup guide published by Teen Magazine in 1967

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