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Vintage 1940’s Makeup and Hair Tutorial

1940’s makeup and hair tutorial for Army Girls. A real treat for vintage makeup fans. Presented by the Hollywood makeup artist Ern Westmore. Courtesy of the Courtesy of the U.S. National Library of Medicine. Makeup and Hair Tutorial 1943 – Ern Westmore Watch the entire Vintage 1940’s Makeup & Hair Tutorial (1943) on our YouTube channel. Foundation Never use makeup…

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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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1940s Makeup – Beautiful Lips and Lipstick Tips

A few Hollywood exercises for glamorous lips plus tips on applying lipstick for your face and nose shape. What your Lips may say about you The face of a otherwise lovely girl can be utterly marred by lips that are too broad, too narrow or just nondescript. Hollywood stars like Marsha Hunt above, practice diction constantly. There is no better…

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Some Vintage Tips for Perfect Lips

A vintage 1950s lipstick tutorial – Where once a girl resorted to biting her lips to redden them before entering a crowded room, there is now a myriad of choice in glamour when it comes to choosing her lip rouge. Hollywood makeup guru Ern Westmore provided this sterling advice which applies to this day. See the video Vintage Tips for…

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Steps to a Perfect Vintage Makeup Face

Vintage makeup tips every woman should learn What types of makeup foundations are there? Cream rouge over foundation Eye shadow basics you should know Is it necessary to outline the eye for good makeup? What is the best way to apply face powder? How can I make my eyebrows look good naturally? How do you properly apply mascara? Dry rouge…

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Vintage 1950s Makeup Tutorial Film

1950s Full Makeup Tutorial – How to achieve a satin clean skin and makeup look to bring out all your natural feminine beauty. Makeup is a study in itself ! You’ll want not only to know how but when to use it. For instance – you wouldn’t any more go to school wearing mascara and eye shadow and lipstick than…

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Foundation Tips From The 1920s To The 1960s

Makeup Trends Through The Years –  By Jane Thomas  Makeup trends have evolved over the years, and with each decade, women learn new tips and tricks to look more flawless and polished by using foundation or makeup base. From the flapper-style makeup of the 1920s to the hippie chic look of the 60s, advancements in the formulation of foundation and the…

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1930s – Eye Beauty Tips of 1935

The 1930s advances in Eye beauty – Learn some vintage Eye Beauty Tips of 1935. Pauline Stark‘s blue grey eyes improve with a touch of lash beautifier. She is using a mustache pomade, recently discovered by screen and stage stars to be good for accenting lashes and for keeping them lustrous and soft. This pomade will not streak or smear…

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The Pin-up Project

Brazilian pin-ups Renata Candido and Karla Stevanatto – In this exclusive interview for Glamourdaze, Brazilian pin-ups Renata Candido and Karla Stevanatto, also known by their nicknames Chubby Pinup and Gia RedHot, tell us the story of the project that has been revolutionized retro market in Brazil. Six months ago, the Brazilian photographic market gained a company specialized in retro and…

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Max Factor – The Art of 1950s Eye Makeup

Eye cosmetic tips from Max Factor- How to make up small eyes With Eyebrow pencil, draw a fine line just above and just below the lashes of the upper and lower lids. Soften this line by blending with the fingertip until it becomes a shadow. This brings the eye into greater relief, magnifying its size. Apply Mascara to the lashes….

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