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1960’s Beauty Advice – Complexion

Illustrated transcription from a makeup video tutorial from 1969 – Thanks to Skip Elsheimer of AV Geeks for discovering and sharing the rare find. written and narrated by beauty consultant Marla Craig. See the video and check out the full lavishly illustrated transcription of the Vintage 1969 makeup Tutorial. 2- Complexion A beautiful complexion is one part makeup and nine…

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1960s Beauty – Lose 5 pounds in 5 Seconds!

Archive makeup video tutorial from 1969 transcribed with color images –  written and narrated by beauty consultant Marla Craig. Introduction. See the original video and read the Vintage 1969 makeup Tutorial – for a lavishly illustrated step by step tutorial. The more interested you are in the world around you, the more interesting you become! And that’s in important part…

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Natalie Wood’s 5 Step 1960’s Makeup Routine.

Five simple makeup steps for the pale 1960s makeup look from actress Natalie Wood. 1.Natalie has pitch-dark lashes and mascaras only the tips – but those thickly! 2.Back in prehistoric times, you had to have naturally curly lashes! Now you can curl them at will. 3.Just a little stroke of eyebrow pencil makes all the difference! Too much emphasis looks…

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The 1960’s London Makeup Look – Pattie Boyd

The 1960’s London Makeup Look – Pattie Boyd In 1960’s Eye Makeup Tips and 1960s Long Hairstyle Tips, I’ve showed you dolls how to put on eye make-up and how to do up your hair – if it is longish. Now lets look at your face – how to care for it and its beauty treatment. Firstly, you must know…

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1960’s Eye Makeup Tips – Pattie Boyd

1960’s Eye Makeup Tips – Sixties model Pattie Boyd Originally published in Sept 1965 in the beauty magazine 16. Pattie Boyd – ( Beatle girlfriend and source of inspiration to classic songs such as George Harrison’s Something and Eric Claptons Layla. ) wrote a column entitled Pattie Boyd’s Beauty Box. In this, the first article, she began with that all…

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1960’s Fashion Lipsticks Advert

A dancing moon, a gay new dress and to match them all, Coty Lipsticks ! Yes – Coty lipsticks are ‘fashion matched’, each a perfect partner for one of the lovely new fondant shades. Choose your Coty Lipstick color from Chatan, Dahlia, Forest fire, Coral Pink, Red Ribbon, Fresh Pink, Spun Gold, Gay Fuschia and Rose Sation. Remember, Coty lipsticks…

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The 1960s face – Five Top Makeup Tips by Gabriela Hernandez

Excerpt from her book Classic Beauty – The History of Make-up, Gabriela Hernandez shares highlights the Five Top Make-up Tips for achieving the 1960s face. 1.False lashes are placed on the top and bottom lashes with several pairs on the top lash. 2.Eyes are worn heavily made-up using dark defining shadows [ Aqua,Green or Blue ] over a base of…

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The 1960’s Make-up Look (1965) Maybelline

A charming 1960’s eye make-up commercial from Maybelline – the creator of mascara. The original formula was invented by New York chemist T.L. Williams in 1915. He gave it its name after his sister Maybel – who had shown him how she concocted her own basic lash make-up from mixing charcoal and Vaseline. When sold locally as Lash-Brow-Ine – it…

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Rare Vintage 1960’s Hairstyles Film

Thanks to Richard Jeffs of The Baim Collection for allowing us to publish this one minute excerpt from the feature Girls Girls Girls from the Harold Baim Collection. Directed by none other than Michael Winner of Death Wish fame. It features a bevy of women on a trip to the beauty parlour to achieve that early 1960’s Hairstyle ! We…

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Rare 1960’s Make-up and Beauty Tutorial Film !

Many thanks to Richard Jeffs of the Harold Baim Collection for giving us permission to feature a minute extract of the Michael Winner directed 1960’s fashion feature Girls Girls Girls. The Baim Film collection really is a lost archive of 1950’s and 1960’s Britain and you can view some wonderful clips on the archive and even purchase DVD’s. Highly recommended….

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