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Questions Most Asked by Teenage Girls in the 1960’s

Seventeen Magazine answers these FAQ’s by teenage girls in the early 1960’s. How to be pretty, how to style yourself. How to be more attractive to boys. Seventeen Magazine was considered every teenage girls best friend. Seventeen’s editor in chief Enid Haupt answers the most commonly asked questions by teenage girls. How to be pretty. What clothes to wear. How…

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Vintage Tips for the Perfect Face

Am I Pretty | Vintage Tips for the Perfect Face

Am I pretty ? Find your own golden ratio for a perfect face by using the rule of thirds. A vintage tutorial by Hollywood makeup artist Ern Westmore. Know your Facial Proportions Aside from knowing your basic face shape, it’s also important for you to know if your features are properly proportioned. Such as the correct distance between your hairline…

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How to be confident and attractive

How to be Confident | Vintage Beauty Guide 1962

How to be confident and attractive by being well composed, and checking those bad habits. Hollywood beauty artist Ern Westmore offers advice. How to be Prettier – Vintage Masterclass Film Visualize yourself as you want to be – a self assured and self confident woman. By simply having a pretend conversation in front of a mirror, you can spot some…

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Twiggy Makeup and Haircut

Twiggy Makeup and Haircut – Iconic 60’s Looks

Twiggy Makeup and Haircut. How 16 year old Lesley Hornby became Twiggy. How she developed her makeup look, her famous crop and who really discovered her. Preceded by Jean Shrimpton and inspired by Pattie Boyd. In January 1966, Lesley Hornby became Twiggy, with a little help from Leonard of Mayfair, photographer Barry Lategan and fashion journalist Deirdre McSharry. Get the…

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Simple 60’s Makeup Look for College Girls 1964

Simple 60’s makeup look for college girls from Woman magazine in 1964. Clever foundation, powder, eye shadow and lipstick tips Helen Temple gives Woman magazine a simple 60’s makeup tutorial for college students in October 1964. 60’s Makeup Look for College Girls Foundation – 60’s Makeup By blending in several tones, you can totally reshape your face with foundation. Step…

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How to Apply 60’s Eye Makeup Tutorial | 1968

60’s eye makeup tutorial for beginners, from Max Factor in 1968. Eyebrow shaping, eyebrow defining, eye shadow, eye liner and mascara 60’s Eye makeup – Beginners Tutorial Before you begin slapping on the gunk, you should know a thing or two about the six eye areas to apply makeup, and what it achieves. Eyebrow: frames the eye and when neatly…

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Sandra Dee’s Vintage 1960s Makeup Tips

Simple Makeup Tutorial from 1960 Vintage 1960s makeup tips from Hollywood actress Sandra Dee. Her teacher at Universal is the great Bud Westmore. The secret says Sandra is to look natural Start with Nails So her hands look prettier and nails won’t split, Sandra Dee applies polish, in pale shades of pearl. Then she uses colorless sealer over all Foundation…

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Mary Quant-V&A-Exhibition

The Wind Cries Mary Quant – V & A Retrospective

Designer Mary Quant still causes a stir From childhood memories of a ballet dancer in miniskirt and tights, to trying on a boys ribbed sweater, Mary Quant helped define the 1960s fashion era. The current Mary Quant retrospective being held at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London reveals a gold mine for fashion lovers and fans of this iconic…

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Straight out of the 60s

Found photos of women in the 1960s – Vintage style in amateur found photos of women in the 1960s. 1960s women’s clothing, hair and makeup looks captured in magical Kodachrome color .What they wore at home, for evening wear, at the beach. Another fashion time capsule. You’ll find the originals on Ebay and Etsy if you’re not too late. Just search…

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Evolution Of Women’s Skincare

A Short History on Skin – By Jane Thomas Back in the early days of the 20th century, most women relied on one or two products or food ingredients to keep their skin looking its best. These vintage skincare routines have been passed down through generations, and some women still use some of the same techniques to keep their skin clean…

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