This post comes to you direct from Old Hollywood Glamour. Here's a fact that'll make you feel like a slob: in the 1950s, 98% of American women wore lipstick. But don't worry too much—for centuries before that, lipstick and rouge were considered the exclusive domain of stage actresses and prostitutes (the two were often not far apart, morally, … Continue reading Pucker Up: Red Lips
This post comes to you direct from Old Hollywood Glamour. Some beauty trends make total sense. Platinum blonde movie-star hair? It's flashy, shiny and fun! Plus, it's a biological signal of youth (and men flock toward it). False eyelashes? They make your eyes look bigger (another sign of youth) and more dramatic. A beauty mark, though? Why? Two … Continue reading Beauty Marks
Makeup isn't necessarily the first thing we associate with Grace Kelly, or even with Grace Kelly's beauty. Actually, in the grand scheme of Grace Kellyness, her makeup probably ranks around… 153 in terms of the interesting things about her. But that's not a commentary on her makeup. That's a commentary on how amazing she was. … Continue reading Grace Kelly’s Makeup: Her Daytime Look
Audrey was a style icon well into the '60s. Don't believe me? Come check out Audrey Hepburn's makeup from that era...
If the only Marilyn pic you can think of is Warhol's famous image, come get some style guidance from the star on a "casual" day.