Vintage Look Archive

Here’s an archive of vintage looks that I have done, alphabetized by 1st name (in process):

Before 1920’s:


Alice Brady - pink flushed cheeks

Anny Ondra – smoky eye makeup and neutral lips

Barbara LaMarr - all about lip liner

Billie Dove - flapper style

Coco Chanel - classic Coco

Greta Garbo – a matte look

Greta Nissen - a pretty in pink look

Josephine Baker – classic Josephine!

May Allison – matte red lipstick

Olive Ann Alcorn – matte look


Alice Faye - matte, bold red lips

Carol Lombard – bright orange summer look

Dorothy Lamour - a beachy look

Eleanor Powell - a wintery, rust lipstick look

Ida Lupino – a glossy lip look

Jean Arthur – sheer orange lips

Joan Blondell – long, black lashes

Katharine Hepburn - fuchsia lipstick

Kay Francis – red lips with shine

Rochelle Hudson - a very natural makeup look

Ruby Keeler - a merlot lipstick look

Toby Wing - berry lipstick

Wendy Barrie – classic bold lipstick


Alice Faye – A summery look

Arleen Whelan – amazing orange red lipstick

Barbara Britton – simple look with warm red-orange lipstick

Bette Davis – orange lipstick

Betty Grable – bright red lips

Betty Hutton - natural, warm rose lips

Gail Russell – orange shimmer lipstick

Greer Garson – glossy orange lipstick look

June Allyson – a natural rose lip

Lana Turner – bold pink lips

Linda Darnell – classic plum lip

Maria Montez – classic red lipstick

Martha Vickers - red lipstick bombshell look

Rita Hayworth – pink lipstick

Veronica Lake – pretty pink lips

Virginia Mayo - a look that goes well with tweed


Arlene Dahl - an “evening” 50’s look

Cornell Borchers – spiced lipstick, nice for fall

Diana Dors – pale, pink lipstick

Dorothy Dandridge - berry plum lipstick

Elaine Stewart – classic 50’s red lips

Jane Powell - classic 50’s red lips

Janet Leigh – bronzed berry lips

Jean Peters - best brows ever

Kim Novak – matte pink lips

Lee Remick - satin orange lipstick

Lena Horne – rose lipstick

Marta Toren – pretty orange lips

Mitzi Gaynor - a peaches n’ cream look

Nadja Tiller – “classic 1950’s” look with red hot lipstick

Pier Angeli - look features pearly peach lipstick

Shirley MacClaine - a glossy red lipstick look


Angie Dickinson – a soft and glowing look

Anna Karina – tons of black winged out eyeliner

Anouk Aimee – sexy, smoky eye

Barbra Steisand – mod black eyeliner

Beatrice Altariba - bright, bright orange lips

Britt Ekland - peach lips and bronze eye makeup

Catherine Deneuve – early 1960’s French winged out liner

Claudia Cardinale – milky pink lips

Claudine Auger – bronze eye makeup with natural lip

Claudine Auger - soft mauve lip

Dalida – thick black eyeliner

Daniela Bianchi – smoky, black eye makeup

Francoise Hardy – classic black eyeliner

Gina Lollobrigida – a soft mauve lipstick look

Jane Fonda - matte makeup

Marina Vlady – bold, red lipstick

Mia Farrow – doe eyes

Nancy Sinatra - wild eye makeup

Paula Prentiss – a soft mauve makeup look

Sheila – a yé-yé look

Star Trek – costume

Suzanne Pleshette - nude lipstick

Tina Aumont – thick black eyeliner and bronze skin

Tuesday Weld - matte orange lipstick look –  Tuesdsay Weld – bedhead hair & nude lipstick

Wanda Jackson - a glossy coral lip look

Ursula Andress - fun with black eyeliner


Ali MacGraw – classic 70’s – tan and minimal

Barbara Bouchet – smoky eyes

Cheryl Ladd – bronzed summer look

Elga Andersen – classic babe pink lipstick look

Jennifer O’Neill – natural bronzed look

Martine Beswick - soft peachy look

Rita Lee – black liner and pale peach lips

Susan George - matte

1980’s & after:

Carol Alt – A surprisingly easy to wear look from 1981 that works today.

Joan Jett – hope this never comes back in style

4 thoughts on “Vintage Look Archive

  1. Hi there! I love all the looks you’ve created! I was wondering if maybe you could do an Audrey Hepburn tutorial. She’s my favorite actress! I even dressed up as her for Halloween several years running. :) Keep up the wonderful posts! Thanks!

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